- Pair of Mitts
- 100% polyester
- Soft plush orange romper w/ rust colored accents
- Elastic straps at feet w/ fabric dinosaur claws
- Matching orange mittens w/ fabric claws
- Triceratops headpiece w/ Hook and Loop fastener chin strap
|Small (6 - 12 mos)||Chest||32"||81cm|
|Small (6 - 12 mos)||Torso||24"||61cm|
|Small (6 - 12 mos)||Jumpsuit Length||32"||81cm|
|Medium (18 - 24 mos)||Chest||36"||91cm|
|Medium (18 - 24 mos)||Torso||26"||66cm|
|Medium (18 - 24 mos)||Jumpsuit Length||36"||91cm|
|Large (2T - 4T)||Chest||38"||97cm|
|Large (2T - 4T)||Torso||28"||71cm|
|Large (2T - 4T)||Jumpsuit Length||38"||97cm|
|X-Large (4 - 6)||Chest||40"||102cm|
|X-Large (4 - 6)||Torso||30"||76cm|
|X-Large (4 - 6)||Jumpsuit Length||40"||102cm|
Tri and Stop Them!
You know you can't dictate who your child becomes in life, but that doesn't mean you can't...nudge them...in certain directions, right? Right! So as a paleontologist, you take every opportunity to tote your tyke to the natural history museum, read books about dinosaurs, and play prehistoric times in the backyard. So the next time you need to dress your toddler up for something festive, turn it into yet another opportunity to influence their future and opt for this Rust Triceratops Infant/Toddler Costume! It's as cute as it is clever, and the impression it will make on your child may just last their whole lifetime!
In this outfit, digging for dino bones in the backyard becomes definitively more fun, the museum corridors come alive, and even bedtime turns into a Jurassic adventure! You'll love your child no matter what career they aspire to, but for now, it's a thrill to share your love of prehistoric history with your littlest dino!
This fun costume feels as great for your baby as it looks to you! It's a plush romper in earthy hues of rust and orange. It has cute dino feet with claws and matching orange mittens with similar claw embellishments. The headpiece features eyes, horns, and skull frill, and will strap under your kid's chin to turn them into a triceratops faster than they can say "herbivore," which we admit, given their age, may take some time.
The Apple Doesn't Fall Far
We think your "nudging" may really pay off. Before long, your kid will share your love of dinosaurs, fossils, and prehistoric life. Just don't push it too far; your kid may get really into environmental conservation or robotics or brain surgery—it's important to foster their individual interests, whatever they may be!
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