Christmas themed baby Halloween costumes

Christmas themed baby Halloween costumes

Are you a new mom? Do you get really excited for Christmas?  Good news: you can celebrate the holidays earlier this year with these Christmas themed baby Halloween costumes.


Christmas themed baby Halloween costumes

Here’s the roundup of Christmas inspired costumes. There are affiliate links. Happy shopping!

This head-to-toe baby elf costume includes a belt, jumpsuit (with snaps for diaper changes), a hat and slip-on booties. The booties are skid resistant for babies that move around on their feet.

Buy a Santa beard and mustache for a DIY costume.

If you already have a Santa hat, complete your costume with these gold round Santa glasses.

This Christmas Tree costume for toddlers comes in two parts. Have your kiddo wear shoes or tights that match the ornaments.

This baby elf outfit is made for an infant.

Mrs Claus costume for girls like this one is comfortable for a Halloween party or school dress-up day.

Not only can these costumes be used for Halloween, they can be worn at Christmas and for Christmas photos.

Mom and baby matching Halloween costume ideas

Mom and baby matching Halloween costume ideas

Planning your first Halloween with a new baby? Want to dress up together? Here are cute, funny and creative mom and baby matching Halloween costume ideas.


Matching baby & mom Halloween costumes

Here are ideas for matching new mom and baby Halloween costumes. Some are affiliate links. Happy shopping!

This two-for-one Halloween costume is a chef and baby lobster combo.  includes a mom outfit with a hat and apron. The baby is held in a lobster carrier cover and has a cute matching lobster headpiece.

Love adventure? Take your Halloween theme underwater with this diver and octopus baby costume.  It features a divers mask, flippers, octopus baby carrier and baby headpiece.

For this nature-inspired Halloween outfit, mom is the tree and baby is the monkey. Like monkeys? Check out this Curious George Halloween costume idea for the whole family.

Curious George Halloween costume Ideas

Curious George Halloween costume Ideas

These Curious George Halloween costume ideas are a fun way to bring the family together in matching outfits. Mom and baby or toddler can match, plus the dog can dress up like a banana.

Get the look: Curious George Halloween Costume

This zippered baby monkey jumpsuit makes it easy with snaps for quick diaper changes.

The Curious George Man in the Yellow Hat adult costume includes a yellow hat, shirt, pants, polka dot tie, a black belt, and boot tops.

If you’re dressing up a toddler, here’s a monkey costume with non-skid soles. There’s snaps for easy diaper changes, too.

Add a fake banana to complete the Curious George look.

Turn your baby into a banana. This baby banana costume comes with a banana suit and a hat.

Turn your dog into fruit with this dog banana Halloween costume.

Oven baked cinnamon pear chips

Oven baked cinnamon pear chips

Eat this healthy snack anytime!

Pear crisps are so easy to make! A Fall favorite, these healthy cinnamon pear chips are an easy afternoon snack or dessert. They also look fancy on a cheese plate.

This recipe uses brown Bosc pears.

The pears are sliced and boiled.

Sugar and cinnamon (or ginger, nutmeg or cloves) are sprinkled on the pears.

Setting the mandolin

The pear slices don’t have to be paper-thin, but they should be consistent in thickness.  If you don’t own a mandolin, here’s an affiliate link to the progressive mandolin I use. 

These pears were sliced on the #2 setting.

Parchment paper is a lifesaver

These guys will stick to a cookie sheet. For easy cleanup, use parchment paper. 

Enjoy your cinnamon pear chips!

Like healthy snacks? These peanut butter and chocolate banana bites are favorite around here.

Oven baked pear chips with cinnamon and sugar via

Pear Chips Recipe

Here's a Fall favorite: healthy cinnamon pear chips with cinnamon and sugar. It's a healthy, in-season snack. For more recipes, visit

Servings 2 Bosc pears


  • 2 bosc pears
  • 3 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp optional - nutmeg / all spice / ginger
  • dusting sugar


  1. First, set everything up... Set your oven to 250. Bring a pot of water to a boil. Line baking sheets with parchment paper.

  2. Mix together spices and sugar. Set aside.

  3. Prepare the pears. Remove the top and bottom and slice them on mandolin setting #2. Then boil pear slices for 1 minute. 

  4. Drain pears and arrange them on cookie sheets. Sprinkle the spice mixture on the pears and put them in the oven. 

    Check on your pear chips every 30 minutes. Depending on the oven, estimate 1.5 - 2 hours of continuous bake time. It takes a bit of guess work and sampling to tell when they're done. You may want to flip them for the final 30 minutes. 

    The chips will usually crisp up after a few minutes drying out of the oven.

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