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8 Birth-Inspired Halloween Pumpkin Carvings

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Birth Halloween Pumpkins There is something awesome about being pregnant when Halloween rolls around.  You can get creative with the costumes and you have a pretty good excuse to eat all the candy you want (kind of) and it is just a fun-filled time of the year.

One big part of Halloween of course is pumpkin carving.  I have seen some pretty ridiculously-awesome carvings, from realistic looking to just down right creative.  While searching for some ideas for our pumpkin carvings this year I came across some birth-inspired carvings.

Click through to see 8 birth-inspired pumpkin carvings perfect for your porch on Halloween…

 


  • Babe in Belly 1 of 8
    Babe in Belly
    This pumpkin carving is gorgeous. The silhouette of the babe is pretty perfect and the glow gives you the impression of looking right in.
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  • Giving Birth 2 of 8
    Giving Birth
    Oh the humor in this one - the pumpkin's birth face makes me laugh.
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  • Photo Inspired 3 of 8
    Photo Inspired
    This photo has been circulating around Facebook and someone used it as inspiration to create a unique pumpkin carving.
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  • Pregnant Silhouette 4 of 8
    Pregnant Silhouette
    A unique side view of a pregnant mama with a baby ready to be born.
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  • Scary Fetus 5 of 8
    Scary Fetus
    This pumpkin brings in the Halloween theme with the babe in belly playing spooky.
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  • Birth Gown Pumpkin 6 of 8
    Birth Gown Pumpkin
    The use of three pumpkins creates this awesome image.
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  • Umbilical Cord 7 of 8
    Umbilical Cord
    Another pumpkin carved with a fetus attached to the umbilical cord.
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  • C-Section Pumpkin 8 of 8
    C-Section Pumpkin
    Much like the birth gown pumpkin this one uses a few pumpkins and is definitely scary enough for Halloween.
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::Which is your favorite?::

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