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The Best Parent/Child Costume Of Halloween 2012 [Video]

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aliens payload baby costumeJason Smith
wins Halloween, everyone.

The daddy-daughter cardboard costume that had his little girl rolling the streets like Ripley in Aliens has been a huge hit across the web this week.

“I love Halloween, and I wanted to create a costume that my daughter and I could share. She was amazingly content the whole night, and enjoyed looking at everybody else’s costumes! I built this robot suit in two nights and a day out of cardboard boxes and hot glue. My baby girl rides comfortably in a Baby Bjorn with the roll cage protecting her,” Smith describes on YouTube.

“The entire costume only weighs about ten pounds, plus baby. My highest priority was keeping my little girl safe, so the costume was designed for mobility and quick exit in case of emergency,” he continues. “I could leave the claws hanging idle from the shoulder joints while I could address any of my girl’s needs. I would have had to take the suit off to changer her diaper, though!”

See a video of the Aliens Baby Power Loader Costume in action after the jump.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5SaIv4qIrU[/youtube]

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DadCAMP is Buzz Bishop, a dad, broadcaster, writer, and runner from Calgary, Alberta. When not working the mic on XL103, or wrangling his two boys, he's always training for another Team Diabetes marathon somewhere in the world. Read bio and latest posts → Read Buzz's latest posts →

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