- Hooded Jumpsuit w/ Attached Mitts & Enclosed Feet
- 100% polyester velour fabric
- Hooded jumpsuit has off-center front zipper
- Mitts sewn to sleeve cuffs flip back to free hands
- Tail sewn to back has wire inside
- Enclosed feet have appliqued paw pads on bottom
|0/3 Months||Sleeve Length||8"||20cm|
|0/3 Months||Inseam||7 1/2"||19cm|
|0/3 Months||Jumpsuit Length||18 1/2"||47cm|
|3/6 Months||Sleeve Length||9 1/4"||23cm|
|3/6 Months||Jumpsuit Length||21"||53cm|
|6/9 Months||Chest||23 1/4"||59cm|
|6/9 Months||Sleeve Length||9 1/2"||24cm|
|6/9 Months||Jumpsuit Length||23"||58cm|
|9/12 Months||Sleeve Length||9 3/4"||25cm|
|9/12 Months||Torso||14 1/2"||37cm|
|9/12 Months||Jumpsuit Length||23 1/2"||60cm|
This costume is the best way to transform your infant into a cute little mouse! Well, actually, it's not really a very small mouse at all. By your average mouse's standards, Your little one as a mouse would be a giant, like 10 times their size! But, if you compare your baby to the size of a human, this little rodent is still quite small. Regardless, this costume will turn your infant into a large or small mouse, depending on how you see it.
Mice, despite the bad press they sometimes get, are actually pretty dang cute! They scurry around with their little button nose and cute ears, looking for little snacks us humans have left behind. As far as rodent's go, we put mice at the top of the cuteness list, right up their with squirrels! After all, the poor little guy just wants some cheese!
This costume comes as all one piece, making it very easy to keep track of! It comes in the form of a onesie, with mitts over the hands and little booties sewn to the bottom for the feet. The bottoms of the feet even have detailing to make it look like a mouse's paw, because details are important. There is a tail on the back of the costume, and a hood is attached to the neckline of the onesie! The hood has big mouse ears on it, meaning all you need to do is draw on some whiskers and you will be ready to go!
When feeding your mouse, it's important to remember that mice only eat cheese. That's right, nothing else. When trick or treating, not many people will be giving out cheese, unfortunately, so it's important that you remember to pack a couple cheese sticks along! Have fun!
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