HALLOWEEN COSUMES FOR KIDS AND PETS THAT MAKE YOU GO OOH & HAH

It’s my most favorite time of the year–Halloween! I start planning for it November 1. And to celebrate, I thought I’d share some photos of animals and kids in costumes that are full of WIN. Are you ready?

This dog costume is one of my favorites this year because it literally transforms the cone of shame into something to be proud of–a martini. Because if you can drink more than, say, 3 martinis, that’s a feat to boast about. Of course, you may not remember what you do under the influence of 3 martinis, thus needing your own personal cone of shame the day after, but that’s for another post entitled “I wish I hadn’t gone home with ugly troll guy and other humiliating drunk stories”.

martini dog

How freaking adorable are these M&M pugs? Don’t you just want to take a bite out of them? Just the tail, or maybe the head. Mmmm, chocolate…no, wait, they’re dogs…or are they? Mmmm, chocolate…

Pug M&Ms

Any time you can actually put a costume onto a cat without getting your eyes scratched out , you’ve won. They look adorable in them, right? Of course there will be a price to pay for such cuteness. Never think for a moment cats won’t seek revenge by killing you in your sleep. You’ve been warned. Hey, and if you happen to only own a guinea pig, don’t despair. You can include him in the festivities, too. Just be careful if you own a guinea pig AND a cat. Or a guinea pig AND a snake (but that’s for another post entitled, “The time I left the lid off my boa constrictor’s cage by mistake and other mishaps by snake owners.”)

Sushi-Cat-Halloween-Costume2.jpg2_sushi guina pig

Okay, now this costume is a bit easier to manage with a cat because, well, it’s closer to their true nature so I’d like to think they’d secretly find it amusing, although they won’t show it. They may still kill you in your sleep, but that would only be because they’re secretly planning to take over the world. (You didn’t hear it from me.)

Oscar the Grouch

Need a costume for your baby in a pinch? Hungry for dinner? Solve both problems by getting takeout from Chipotle and wrapping the fruit of your loins in some gold wrapping paper. Make sure you take a picture of the cuteness immediately because my guess is that worm will squirm right outta that wrapping in the time it takes to say Boo.

baby burrito

For less than the cost of one of these drinks you can make this costume. In fact, I’ll bet having one of these ridiculously expensive drinks every day adds up to be more than the amount it costs to raise a child. Yes, I’m kicking myself for not buying Starbucks stock in the 90s, too.

Starbucks drink

What could be cuter than baby AND pet together in costumes? Besides the fact that baby looks like he can’t move his arms, which will royally piss him off in about 3.5 seconds, and dog looks like he’s planning to pee on your favorite shoes as soon as you turn your back on him, I’d say this is a raging success and will yield a buttload of trick or treating candy.

baby and dog fast food

I’m sensing an overall theme in this post, which alerts me to the fact that I must be hungry and thirsty. How about you? Have you ever dressed your kid and/or pet up for Halloween?

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. bethtrissel
    Oct 26, 2015 @ 12:38:20

    Oh how adorable!

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  2. RisingSong
    Oct 27, 2015 @ 06:04:19

    Oh my goodness! These are soooo cute! My favorite animal dressed as my favorite drink…nothing more to say. I LOVE the pugs! Yes! Want to eat them! And the Chipotle baby too…oh, wait, that’s cannibalism.

    Thanks for the fun 🙂

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    • Tiffany N. York
      Oct 27, 2015 @ 09:24:59

      I know a lot of people are against dressing up animals, but I can’t help it. The diva and I are going to be peacocks this year. Last year she was a cheeseburger. The year before, a Crayola crayon. Really, it’s the little things in life that get me through it.

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  3. Grief Happens
    Oct 31, 2015 @ 07:05:24

    These are killer! The cat costumes are a hoot!!!! I’m breaking while my 6yo’s mummy costume is prepping in a pot of tea — yeah. This kid has quite the vision for such a young sprout. I love Halloween!

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    • Tiffany N. York
      Nov 01, 2015 @ 11:48:42

      Ooooh, a mummy is a great costume! I tried to copy and paste a pic of the diva and I as peacocks, but it won’t do it. She was a trooper considering she hates wearing costumes, but she knows that if she wants to come trick or treating with us, she has to roll with it. Or be left home. haha

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