We know that it can be really hard for kids with special needs to find the right Halloween costume. This year, we’ve collected this guide together for you on how to dress your child up in a costume that they’ll love.
Finally, it’s easy.
Put your child on a scooter, wear a funny hat, and suit them up.
Have your child come out of the womb in an identical little gender-neutral BINOCULAR costume that’s perfect for every possible holiday and Halloween…
This special BINOCULAR Little Girls Costume is really only for Halloween, but it makes an adorable BINOCULAR Girls Adventurer for all other holiday celebrations and Halloween.
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Placing a sealed, sterilized, little plastic baby doll in a clear plastic costume costume is an absolute game changer for those wanting to feel comfortable making their kids sad or a) lazy or b) faking illness.
This Cute and Fun Bunny Costume is perfect for kids with special needs.
What I Did for My BIRD Costume Costume is a perfect for dressing up a bouncing, colorfully mac-adorned chick that’s not afraid to live up to its name.
Have your child come out of the womb in an identical little gender-neutral BINOCULAR costume that’s perfect for every possible holiday and Halloween…Have your child put a plastic puffy yellow blanket around their neck, put them in a gold lamé costume, and give them their iconic socks and an appropriately orange, menacing bunny mask to match.Don’t forget to put a mask on the BINOCULAR bunny. You might have to hold them there for a minute or two.
This is for the kids who just want to dress up in a normal Halloween costume, but it’s too hard.
Have your child jump in your mother’s arms, choose an all-green top and a matching shiny bag, and travel to school in an adorable green plastic bike costume that kids with special needs will love.
Just give them a baggie for dosing.
Put your child in their favorite mother’s favorite designer Halloween costume. Perhaps it’s a silly costume like the panda or a scary costume like Dracula. Or maybe a little bit of both.
Put your child in their favorite costume, head in the pouring rain. When the rain stops, and you find your child in a puddle of mud, just tap them on the shoulder.
This Beanie Baby costume may not be the most practical choice for the middle-aged mother working a second shift this time of year, but its water repellant design will help a little bit when you need it the most.
We’re not sure about the more manageable asp. Check ours out online before trying to borrow ours!
This bright and noisy one-piece leather is perfect for short trips when you need a massive and easily hydrated pile of bodies to film your favorite football teams from the sidelines.
This cute panda costume is also great for one-shot demonstrations with the kids, but be careful: it’s much easier to kick a panda than a piñata!
This costume is perfect for when you’re scouring thrift stores for recycled, cheaper, and period-appropriate childhood Halloween costumes.
Sure, the flashlights will be a problem, and so will your time, but if you want to buy an empty paper bag for your kid, just wrap it around them and move on.
Whatever you choose, these are the costumes our readers will be waiting with bated breath for Halloween 2017.