The Amazing, Awkward & Hilarious: 25 Halloween Costume Ideas For Siblings

Over here, I have me a couple of toddlers. Who happen to have been blessed with a mama who loves the Hallowe’en. I have but a few short weeks to get their costumes together with ease, as I’m not a fan of doing stuff like this last minute. I take this Hallowe’en business seriously, y’all. You’ll notice that in my roundup, there are four contenders in the line-up of ideas for Abby and Wyndham’s costumes for this year. Comment to tell me what you think is the best pick for them!

  • Gang of Superheros 1 of 24
    This one, right here? It slays me. Pretty much sums up how most toddlers probably feel at being jammed into a Halloween costume.
    Photo via: Ego TV Online
  • Milk & Cookies 2 of 24
    Hand in hand this is way too cute! However...my toddler wouldn't be letting me put anything box-like around him. Would yours?
    Idea via: Parents
  • Football Fans 3 of 24
    Simple and so darling.
    Photo Credit: The McCllenahans
  • Little Red Riding Hood & The Big Bad Wolf 4 of 24
    This one is a contender in the line-up of choices for my little ones. If I'm going the DIY route we had better decide soon!
    Photo Credit: Lil' Sugar
  • Ice Cream Cones 5 of 24
    With sprinkles and topped with cherries, but of course. Clever!
    Idea via: Parenting
  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar 6 of 24
    Gah. LOVE this. Both of our littles love Eric Carle books, The Very Hungry Caterpillar being the most favoured. I die from the cute.
    Photo Credit: Lil' Sugar
  • Super Mario Bros. 7 of 24
    Hilarious! Their little expressions are classic. This looks like a super easy idea to execute.
    Photo Credit: Ego TV Online
  • Thing 1 & Thing 2 8 of 24
    Another contender. Because, obviously - it's just too reminiscent of what things are like around here on a daily basis.
    Idea via: Parenting
  • Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum 9 of 24
    The characters from Alice In Wonderland that always get forgotten! Yea, for the underdogs! The costumes are amazing.
    Idea via: Parenting
  • Hatching Chicks 10 of 24
    Adorable and easy, the way many parents like it.
    Idea via: Parenting
  • Sparkly Butterfly & Fuzzy Caterpillar 11 of 24
    Very darling and creative. I love the caterpillar costume idea for babies who aren't crawling yet - my Abby would have none of this confinement. And Wyndham, well I doubt he would care if we dressed him as a Faery...
    Photo Credit: Hart & Sew
  • Star Wars 12 of 24
    Amazing, right? How on earth did this guy get his child to wear the R2-D2 costume? Mine would have a fit. Perhaps it's an age thing. Older kids would probably love it?
    Photo via: Imgur
  • Young Batman & Robin 13 of 24
    Great shot. Batman & Robin costumes are such a fun idea for sibling brothers!
    Photo Credit: Squidoo
  • The Wizard of Oz 14 of 24
    A great excuse to have a lot of kids, no?
    Photo via: Squidoo
  • Three Blind Mice 15 of 24
    Triplets? Anyone? How about just an incredible dose of cute?
    Photo via: Squidoo
  • Captain America 16 of 24
    Magnificent. Our parents really knew how to throw down in the DIY Halloween Costume making department. I mean, right? Let's get back to that.
    Photo Credit: Ain't It Cool
  • Batman & Robin 17 of 24
    Amazing action shot. Batman and Robin forever.
    Photo Credit: Ain't It Cool
  • Angry Toddler Birds 18 of 24
    For all you Angry Bird lovers, I know you can't WAIT to stuff your kids into something like these.
    Photo Credit: Cool Mom Tech
  • Pebbles & Bam Bam 19 of 24
    Sweet and simple, no make-up or masks required. Perfect for younger toddlers, who aren't down with all the Halloween fuss.
    Photo Credit: Rae Gun Ramblings
  • Willy Wonka & His Oompa Loompa 20 of 24
    Hilarious! Love this idea, great execution.
    Photo Credit: Mediocre Mama
  • Robin & Super Girl 21 of 24
    More superhero adorableness, redefined.
    Photo Credit: Costume Express
  • Woody & Jesse 22 of 24
    The fourth costume idea in our line-up of contenders. Wyndham LOVES all of the Toy Story movies and might just have a small baby himself if we were to outfit he and his sister like this.
    Photo Credit: The Dowdles
  • Vintage Star Wars 23 of 24
    Gah! More retro awesomeness! Bust out the cardboard boxes and duct tape people, this is how it's done.You know, for those who have toddlers that would be okay with having boxes on their heads.
    Photo Credit: Growing Up Star Wars on Flickr
  • Candy Boxes 24 of 24
    So clever, so tasty.
    Photo Credit: May Day

Some pretty great ideas right? Don’t forget to let me know which pair of costumes you’d like to see Abby and Wyndham in this year!


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