Created by the infamous Tim Burton, The Nightmare Before Christmas was a godsend to goth kids everywhere. In our family, Halloween is every day. My best friend loves Jack Skellington and had one of those plushie keychains of his face on her backpack in high school. I just recently became a fan, and my stepson loves the soundtrack! Whether you’re a Christmas enthusiast with a dark side or a Halloween fanatic, I think that we can all agree that this movie is a masterpiece. The spooky stop-motion film actually took 3 years to complete, can you believe that? Your baby might not defeat Oogie Boogie and save Santa Claus, but they certainly can do a lot in three years’ time. No matter your age, whether you love musicals, stop-motion, or Halloween, The Nightmare Before Christmas is for everyone.
No animal or man can SCREAM like I can, with the fury of my recitations! Your baby may not say Jack’s quote in so many words, but holy cow can they SCREAM…at least they’ll be sporting these precious shoes while doing so!
How cute is this prediction card? I totally didn’t text my best friend asking her to please have a baby so that I can fill this out and send it to her…
This Christmas why not gather the whole creepy family under the tree and celebrate together. You could even add a little trick r’ treating to your normal holiday traditions. Is that too much? Well, maybe this romper will suffice.
This onesie could not be more true. Your little one might be cute, but they can certainly resemble a nightmare. They’re your nightmare, though.
“I am the Pumpkin King”. Your baby may be your Lil pumpkin, but be careful calling them a king (or queen for that matter) it might raise their ego!
If you are a Nightmare Before Christmas fan, you NEED this for your baby. The artwork is cheerful, bright and true to Sally’s patchwork dress from the movie.
This is one of our favorite mashup snapsuits. Lock, Shock, and Barrel following Jack across the street pays homage to the iconic Beatles Abbey Road album cover.
Kidnap the Sandy Claws, tie him in a bag – sorry. Here at Geek Baby Clothes, this is our personal favorite Nightmare Before Christmas song. Teach your baby this song while you’re changing their diaper in the middle of the night.
The gang’s all here in this awesome onesie design. What’s not to love?
Lock, Shock, and Barrel take the place of Snap, Crackle, and Pop on this creative spooky snapsuit. The dice included as the surprise inside may or may not be a euphemism for a full diaper. We’ll let you decide.
Sally’s patchwork heart makes this snapsuit stand out. You and your little one are simply meant to be.
Closely resembling the movie poster, this artsy bodysuit will be sure to spookify your baby’s wardrobe. We’re not sure why, but this reminds us a little bit of a classic painting by Vincent van Gogh.
If you’ve played Kingdom Hearts II, you’ll know that these three not only serve as Oogie Boogie’s henchmen but also make an appearance serving Maleficent.
Dr. Finkelstein pays tribute to Mary Shelley’s Dr. Frankenstein. We think that the pink background of this snapsuit looks best with Finkelstein’s exposed fleshy brains.
I know what you’re thinking. This looks just like the Beatles Boogie onesie that we featured earlier. This one is a little more detailed and Halloween-ish. If you’re a goth kid, you’ll most likely lean towards this one.
Calling all of our 80’s parents! This design is ingenious. Oogie Boogie (enveloped by the orange python that eats a Christmas tree in the movie) replaces the typical ghost in the ghostbuster’s symbol. Who ya gonna call?
Even apart from the clever pun on the snapsuit, this outfit is stylin’. You could pair this with a cute pair of black booties or socks and watch your baby spook everyone in the house. We wish that they made these accessories in adult sizes!
We know it’s out of the question to give your baby sugar. But what if you did? Would they be like the pumpkin spider from the movie and crawl up the wall? You can put them in this sugar skull style moon onesie.