14 Adorable Photos of DC-Area Kids in Their Halloween Costumes

These pics are sweeter than all the candy you scarfed down yesterday.
Photo courtesy of Instagram user @dan.leaman.

1. “OMG I love Halloween!”

A genie and a butterfly. #halloween and #nanafacepaint

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2. Jaws never looked this cute.

Our little Finn in his little shark costume?? #halloweenbaby #happyhalloween #sharkfin #babya #finn

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3. Babar’s baby brother.

4. Little web slinger.

5. Paw Patrol is on a roll with their pumpkin pal.

Halloween was so much fun! I want to trick-or-treat everyday! #? #jakeolantern #babyjake81

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6. Fighting fires with cuteness.

StayDown Thelabel™ Its A Life Style ??? Applypressure???⬇️?

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7. Bewitching.

I put a spell on you… ?

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8. Mini Mini Mouse. 

9. An abundance of adorableness.

Winnie the Pooh & Piglet ? Hope everyone had a faBOOlous Halloweeeeeen!!

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10. Portrait of a girl dressed as Frida Kahlo.

Pies para qué los quiero si tengo alas para volar? ?Happy Halloween!

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11. It is fun to have fun.

12. Hear me roar!

#halloween #wearwolf

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13. Batman’s greatest accessory is Robin.

14. “Trick or treat!”

A fireman and his Dalmatian. #happyhalloween #brothers

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Parenting writer

Nevin Martell is a parenting, food, and travel writer whose work has appeared in the Washington Post, New York Times, Saveur, Men’s Journal, Fortune, Travel + Leisure, Runner’s World, and many other publications. He is author of seven books, including It’s So Good: 100 Real Food Recipes for Kids, the travelogue-memoir Freak Show Without a Tent: Swimming with Piranhas, Getting Stoned in Fiji and Other Family Vacations, and the small-press smash Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and His Revolutionary Comic Strip. When he isn’t working, he loves spending time with his wife and their four-year-old son, who already runs faster than he does.