Pregnancy blog, 31/10/2017
Every one of these bump costumes is a treat!
— Grace Lubeck (@secondbasegrace) October 29, 2017
We don’t see what anyone could see in any other costume but this one.
Basketball and hoop
— PreggoInNYC (@PreggoInNYC) October 29, 2017
Do you think baby is destined to be a fan?
I was 34 weeks pregnant here and I painted my belly like a pumpkin for Halloween where did the time go, my little monkey is almost 3 now. pic.twitter.com/p5buYBQv9R
SOFIA (@ch0fiaa) October 28, 2017
When you're 38 weeks pregnant and your baby is the size of a pumpkin, why not dress like one?
I can't with my damn costume. Only thing that looked good with a 9 month pregnant belly pic.twitter.com/6wX5xJR52p
— Cari (@cari_tla) October 29, 2017
And it's a great excuse to try out some alcohol-free beers.
The Queen, Bey
Bruh I'm at a Halloween party and this chick shows up as pregnant Beyoncé and I think she just won Halloween pic.twitter.com/saCl2WFWbT
— Cassie Thompson (@cassafrass28) October 29, 2017
With a flower arch and everything... serious Halloween goals.
Happy Halloween everyone!
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