These 12 pregnant ladies came up with the best Halloween costumes

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It’s not uncommon for pregnant women to feel left out of social events. Between physical limitations, fatigue and the busyness involved with planning for their little ones’ arrivals, new moms may feel as though life is passing them by.

If you’re expecting and feeling down about missing out on Halloween festivities, you should know it doesn’t have to be that way. Your baby bump can translate into a fun costume feature!

Need some inspiration? Check out a dozen expectant mamas who totally won Halloween with costumes that only pregnant women can pull off.

1. Beer Belly

Enjoy the night like a good old boy.

2. Pot of Gold

There’s definitely a treasure at the end of this rainbow.

3. Moneybag

We’ll bet that cute little officer charmed the robber into turning himself in and handing over the loot.

4. Peppermint Candy

Mommy’s little sweetie takes on a whole new meaning.

5. Winnie the Pooh

And all this time, we thought Pooh Bear’s tummy was round because of all the honey.

6. Kool-Aid Man

Don’t worry, no actual walls were broken in the making of this costume.

7. Minion

Missing out on trick-or-treating would be despicable.

8. Pumpkin Farmer

Just another new mom showing off her cute little pumpkin.

9. Pokeball

You don’t have to catch them all when you know yours is the very best.

10. Magic 8 Ball

This expecting mom knows where to find all the answers.

11. Sunny Side Up

That’s what you call having the whole family for breakfast.

12. Mr. Smee

Captain Hook is nothing without his first mate.

Just because you have a bun in the oven doesn’t mean you have to miss out on Halloween fun. You can rock the night dressed up in a unique, creative costume.

[h/t: Hello Giggles]


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