- Pair of Shoe Covers
- 100% polyester velour fabric
- Jumpsuit has zipper at center back
- Tail sewn to back of suit
- Soft pink udder has stuffed nipples
- Hood has stuffed horns & ears on top
- Hood has hook & loop fastener under chin
- Shoe covers have rib knit ankle cuffs, elastic bands under foot
|Small||Child Size||7 - 8||7 - 8|
|Medium||Child Size||10 - 12||10 - 12|
Do Have a Cow!
Kids have different temperments. Some kids like to run around a bunch and make a ton of noise. Some kids are painfully shy. Others like to whine and cry and throw fits, especially in public. But your kid? They're mostly happy to sit out in the field, eating a snack, moving slowly, and just existing quietly with friends.
Lucky you! We think you should encourage such behavior. Consider this Child Cow Costume as an excellent resource for fostering your child's calm charisma. Think about it: cows love to do all those same things. They're gentle, steadfast, helpful, and (mostly) quiet and obedient. Give 'em a fresh patch of grass and some sunshine, and a cow will be happy for days. Sound like anyone you know? We thought so! You know that saying, "Don't have a cow!"? Yeah, we think that's bogus. Having a little cow grazing around is great!
This Jersey cow-inspired, spotted jumpsuit has a back zipper and a cute tail sewn on! Your kid will be instantly recognizable as their inner animal, come to life. This suit also has a pink udder and the hood has stuffed horns and ears. They won't flap as sweetly in the breeze as a real little cow, but we're guessing your kid can make up in cuteness in other ways. The hood fastens under the chin for easy wearing, and the shoe covers turn feet to hooves faster than you can say "Old Macdonald." Talk about a total transformation! And yet, it's like they've been this cute little cow, chewin' the cud, their whole lives...
Moo-vin' on Up
So the next time you get a little frustrated with how slowly your child moves in the morning, or how many leafy greens they insist on eating, just remember that it could be a lot worse. A lot. Your child could be more similar to a hyena. Or a hippo. Or a ferret. Or a Shih-tzu. Be grateful for your little grazer, and enjoy watching them lie in the grass and daydream!
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