You just need a pumpkin, a punkin, and a sharp knife. Couldn't be easier...

   Pumpkin large enough for your Punkin,
   Sharp knife
   Vegetable peeler, (optional)
   Oven (Optional, for cooking seeds)
   Candles (optional, for displaying Jack-o-lantern)

Step 1: Choose and Carve diaper

Choose a pumkin large enough to insert your child.
As you would commence with any jack-o-lantern, start by cutting a hole in the top of the pumpkin. Just make sure it is big enough for you child's torso plus a little extra for "wiggle room".
Carve two large holes for his/her legs, Again, assure enough space for "wiggle room"
Use the knife or a vegetable peeler to smooth out the holes. Surprisignly, pumpkin skin is tough enough to scratch Baby.
...Make sure your child is happy - having just eaten or just woken up from nap is key....
Insert child into pumkin and take lots of pictures
Treat baby to a bath...

This is soooooooooooooooooooo cute! I love how she's oblivious to wearing a pumpkin, lol.
That's absolutely adorable!<br><br>And your kid is going to hate you.
She already does!!!
wot!! cute!! hah!
You do realize your child will now grow up to be:<br> <a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/The-Great-Pumpkin/">http://www.instructables.com/id/The-Great-Pumpkin/</a><br>
No pumpkin pie for me, thanks.
Cute. ;)<br /> <br /> Great minds <a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/Infant-Pumpkin-Costume/">think alike</a>...<br />
oops. didn't see your post! She was just so small and the pumpkin so big... Love your linked pics!<br />
Your baby is so cuuuuute!<br /> <br /> ...of course, all babies are :D<br /> <br />

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