trick or treat because a baby doesn’t eat candy, but you can always give the candy to a friend’s toddler or use it in candy dishes in your house.
3) Where To Go
Consider taking your baby to one of the large shopping malls for Halloween. Malls are the ideal place because they are warm and you will not be exposing your baby to inclement weather. You can walk around with your little one in a stroller or strapped to you in a baby carrier. Your baby will enjoy watching all the other children dressed up. Colorful costumes often catch a baby’s eye. You can also celebrate Halloween with your baby from the comfort of your own home by giving out candy to all the trick-or-treaters with your baby positioned in a stroller by the door or in a baby sling.
4) Pictures, Pictures, Pictures
Memorialize your baby’s first Halloween with pictures. Take lots and lots of pics of your little one in his costume. You might even want to consider making a Halloween scrapbook that depicts your baby’s first Halloween in pictures.
No matter how you celebrate Halloween, it is sure to be a memorable experience for you and your baby.