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My youngest Oliver is 15 months old and I don’;t actually tote him around in a carrier anymore.? In fact, I never really did because I swear I have a dysfunctional back and need a replacement one. Ha! ;)? Butanniversary gifts for couples, I know so many out there who do and love it.? And now I’;m jealous I’;m not carrying Oliver around much because I have seen so many ADORABLE Halloween costume ideas that incorporate wearing your baby in a carrier…;..and would have totally done so this year for Halloween.? Except for the whole back thing.? Darn.

So, I just had to share these with you baby-wearing friends…;..because these hilarious Baby-Wearing Costume Ideas are too cute not to!

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Bag of Popcorn Baby-Wearing Costume via This Place Is Now A Home

Kangaroo Baby-Wearing Costume via HGTV

Mom And Baby Aviator Baby-Wearing Costume via Coolest Homemade Costumes

Chef and Lobster Baby-Wearing Costume via This Charming Life

Empire State Building and Monkey Baby-Wearing Costume via 1337 Mom

Bee and Beekeeper Baby-Wearing Costume via Babble

Cookie Monster Baby-Wearing Costume via Wrap Your Baby

Bumble Bee and Flower Baby-Wearing Costume via Parents

Rocket Ship Baby-Wearing Costume via Murray Party of Four

Frosted Flakes Baby-Wearing Costume via Costume Works

Flower Pot Baby-Wearing Costume via Wrap Your Baby

Horse and Cowboy Baby-Wearing Costume via A Serious Girl

Spider and Web Baby-Wearing Costume via Martha Stewart

Nightmare Before Christmas Baby-Wearing Costume via Wrap Your Baby

Sushi Chef and Baby Sushi Baby-Wearing Costume via One Crafty Thing

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Need a few more ideas for Halloween?

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Or, check out these Trunk Or Treat Decorating Ideas…;

Or how about these COSTUME AWARD TROPHIES for your Halloween Party!

Be you Queen B, Queen WannaBe, or Elizabeth II, the best way to channel your inner Mighty Monarch is to fashion a crown of your very own. Though your royal self will, of course, outshine all the peasants, you can ensure your bag does as well by adding some fun little lights. The matierals to make this precious joo-elle encrusted statement piece can easily be found in the local thrift shop, dollar store, and fabric market, but it looks like you just busted it out of The Tower. So, c'mon princess, get your coronation on!

You never get a second chance at a first impression, right? Well, I’m taking that saying to heart when designing the gardens for our new home. The Tudor has sharp, defined edges & I want to soften the home by creating a wispy, relaxed garden area. The yard is heavily landscaped {at least plotted for it in mulch}, so I’m trying to take the gardening one step at a time, keeping my focus on the end design. I have created a free printable garden journal to sketch my plans, sketch what we planted over the weekend & keep notes on the anticipated growth of the flowers we’ve planted, their light & water requirements & overall care. It’s very simple, just a designated space to track our progress & goals & know what to except in the future, should any plants need to be reallocated to another area.

As mentioned in an earlier post I scored our invitations for a great deal on Groupon! Our invites were beautiful to begin with but they could use a little extra something so I decided to add a little DIY to them. Adding the extra little pizazz cost me literally $10 and added that extra personalization that I was looking for.