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Look, there’s not much to say. Someone dressed up a baby as Andy Reid. And it’s absolutely the most adorbs thing I’ve ever seen in my entire life. It just proves that everyone looks better in a walrus mustache. The only way it’s better is if the parents put the kid in a Hawaiian shirt like the Chiefs coach wears. [Continue Reading]
This is absolutely adorable. Well-played.
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The mustache really ties it all together. Andy Reid has led the Chiefs — last year’s NFL doormats — to the league’s best record so far this season, and he’s now inspired quite possibly the most adorable Halloween costume of 2013. From the Kansas City gear, to the headset, to the glasses and, of course, the ‘stache, this baby is a mini Reid in every way — though...
Yes, this is a baby dressed up as Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid for Halloween, and yes, it's the most adorable thing you've ever seen.
The adorableness of this baby dressed as Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid is off the charts. Between the glasses, mustache, headset and Chiefs clothing, the costume is spot on. Bet this kid doesn’t take nearly as many naps during the day as the real Andy Reid does though.
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I would never be able to look at my child the same if I dressed him up as Andy Reid.
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KC fans love to dress up as their head coach, and some devoting parents decided it would be a good idea (it was) to dress their infant child up as Andy Reid for a neighborhood Halloween party. The kid looks a lot like him, it’s weird, and I’m hoping that this isn’t a Halloween costume, just a Monday.
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This is may just be too adorable of a post for NZ, I feel all warm and fuzzy just viewing it. This infant is dressed up like Andy Reid for Halloween, including the Reid ‘stache and headset.
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Earlier this week, we showed you what we believe was easily going to be the best child Halloween costume of 2013 with little Kliff Kingsbury. After being introduced to baby Andy Reid, we’re thinking we may have to divide the competition up by age. How perfect is that? The parents of the infant version of […]
If for some reason I was to dress myself up as an NFL coach for Halloween I suppose Andy Reid would be one of the better options. Of course I doubt I could pull off the costume as well as this baby.
There it is. Mustache, glasses slipping down his nose, headset, and the general I’ve seen it all look.
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Which baby coach has the cutest Halloween costume? Is it Andy Reid, or what about Dana Holgorsen? Take a peek through the gallery here and vote!
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It’s simple: babies dressed up as overgrown children = comedy GOLD.
As proof, we give you Baby Andy Reid and Baby Bill Belichick, early winners of this year’s favorite Halloween costumes:
Your move, baby Tom Coughlin …
Bravo. Baby Andy Reid is the only better baby costume out there. Have a safe and wonderful Halloween, everyone.
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