Whether your baby is still in utero or is taking first toddling steps, their first experience of any holiday is important. These are the moments that, at the time, you might think you will remember clearly forever. But too soon it will be a distant memory. Taking a few minutes to jot down favorite moments and taking a few special photographs make all the difference. It is these cherished pieces that are worth adding to your baby book; they are stories you will treasure for years to come.
Here are some creative ideas we have compiled about how to remember baby’s 1st Halloween.
“Baby’s 1st” stenciled cutout –
Putting that cute little pumpkin of yours inside a pumpkin –
Or dressing them up as a pumpkin –
This clever momma dresses up her baby while she is napping and sets up whimsical baby dream scenarios, like this spooky witch –
This littlest witch is obviously a good witch – ( sometimes all you need is a black sheet, a placemat and a little creative vision)
When photographing your baby, make sure to not miss getting a snapshot of mom too
Baby foot print keepsakes:
A spooky ghosty –
We got this book when our oldest had her first Halloween and it has been well loved ever since. Make sure to write a quick inscription in the front cover.
My First Halloween by Tomie dePaola