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Celebrating My Baby’s First Halloween With Babies”R”Us

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of  Pampers and P&G. All opinions expressed are 100% mine.

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This October will be my baby girl’s first Halloween and the entire family is over the moon about it! I know it’s so practicable… dressing my baby girl up as a princess, but seriously… how cute does she look? We also just moved to Georgia from Maine and Halloween in Maine consist of putting your little ones in snow suits and THEN putting on their costume. I never had the opportunity to dress my first daughter in a cute princess costume because it was far too cold on Halloween night. I have been told that the weather is beautiful on Halloween here and Georgia and I can’t wait to celebrate not only my baby’s first Halloween, but our families first Halloween in Georgia.

With two older children that are ready to conquer our entire neighborhood (which is quite large and hilly) and hit up every available house for trick-or-treating, I really want to make sure baby is wearing a dependable diaper. The last thing I want to do is have to return home because baby’s diaper is leaking, that is why we plan on using Pampers to ensure we have a leak-proof Halloween. Pampers is always my go to diaper when I know I will go a few hours without the opportunity to change baby’s diaper!

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Wondering where we got this adorable little tutu dress for my baby’s first Halloween? None other than Babies”R”Us, a place where I have  always purchased costumes for my children when they were tiny.  There prices are also spectacular and unbeatable for such great quality. I purchased this dress for only $4.99, what a steal! I highly recommend you to purchase your child’s Halloween costumes at Babies“R”Us!

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Babies“R”Us Halloween Event

From 10/15-10/31: Share your baby’s Halloween photo with #BRUHalloween or enter for a chance to win a $1,000 Babies”R”Us Gift Card! Babies“R”Us and Pampers are partnering to help you celebrate your Baby’s First Halloween. On Saturday, Oct. 18 at 10 a.m., all Babies“R”Us stores nationwide will be hosting an in-store Halloween event for moms to celebrate Halloween with their babies! The events will include:

  • Craft time where you and your baby can design a personal trick-or-treat bag
  • A parade around the store where you and your baby can show of your Halloween costumes
  • Halloween story time where you can sit with other moms and babies and listen to a story from Highlights magazine

 

 While you are there, take advantage of the FREE $10 Gift Card you can receive when you buy any two Pampers super packs of diapers. Plus you can buy any Pampers value box of wipes for only $19.99. (REG $23.99.) Now those are some spooktacualr savings!

 

 

 

21 thoughts on “Celebrating My Baby’s First Halloween With Babies”R”Us

  1. My favorite memory of my daughter’s first Halloween was getting her dressed up and taking her around to visit our family; she was adorable.

  2. Dressing up my little sunshine as a pumpkin & going to the pumpkin patch ♥ took some cute pictures that day ♥

  3. For my 2 year old’s first Halloween we brought her to Boo at the Zoo. It was her first trip to the zoo. She was dressed as a baby bat and it was the cutest costume. I loved it so much.

  4. My grandsons first Halloween he was scared. He was afraid of all the scary costumes and didn’t really know what to think about the situation

  5. Because my baby girl was only a month old at Halloween, we didn’t really go out. We dressed her in the most adorable pumpkin outfit, though, and brought her over to the across-the-street neighbors to ‘ooh’ & ‘aah’ over!

  6. We spent my son’s first Halloween moving into our new house. We had buckets of candy at our apartment and at our house and gave out at both places. My little one was happy to sit and play with the moving boxes while dressed as a little football player.

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