I had been thinking about this the past couple of days. I was thinking about painting it as a beach ball, but now I don't think I will go the painting route. I saw an idea about ironing the image of a sonogram on a t-shirt and dress as an x-ray machine.
Candy 26, DF 37, Expecting 1st--1/6/12. Team Yellow!!!
I was 8 months along for Halloween in 2009. My mom had a pumpkin costume that normally needed a pillow to fill it out but I was able to fill it out naturally. It was the perfect costume since that was pretty much how I felt.
I was 7 1/2 months pregnant with my first at Halloween. I had DH paint a pumpkin on my belly but I'd only let him take pictures, I wasn't going out like that. It was fun and it was a nice way to get DH involved. We teased that baby Earley was a pumpkin for her first Halloween.
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Report This| Share this:Painted Preggos - Time to get your belly ready for Halloween!I was 7 1/2 months pregnant with my first at Halloween. I had DH paint a pumpkin on my belly but I'd only let him take pictures, I wasn't going out like that. It was fun and it was a nice way to get DH involved. We teased that baby Earley was a pumpkin for her first Halloween.
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