- Child Fireman Costume
- 100% Polyester
- Shirt fastens at front with Hook and Loop fastener closures
- Pants have elastic waistband
- Molded plastic helmet has sticker detail at front
|Toddler||Waist||17" - 22"||43cm - 56cm|
|X-Small||Waist||15" - 20"||38cm - 51cm|
|Small||Waist||19" - 24"||48cm - 61cm|
|Medium||Waist||21" - 26"||53cm - 66cm|
So, you're raising a little firefighter? Congratulations, your child is going to be a real hero. You'll see some perks from this too! For one, you won't have to worry about your home burning down. Your child will be on high alert, looking for any dangers that might create the spark that lights the whole neighborhood! Luckily, thanks to your kiddo, that won't happen.
You will also never have to worry about changing the batteries in the smoke detector anymore! This is a HUGE plus, as that is a very annoying task to handle. But, as the house fireman, that is their job now! You can call it a firefighter training exercise for them, you could even time them if you want to make things a little competitive! That sounds pretty nice. A home where you don't need to listen to that obnoxious beeping sounds like our kind of place.
This costume will turn your child into an instantly recognizable fighter of the flames! They'll be wearing a red shirt, decorated to look like a fireman's jacket. It has a black collar and reflective strips around the cuffs and torso! You'll find the same reflective strips around the ankles on the matching red pants! Last but not least, we have included a fireman's helmet. The helmet is a classic piece for any fireman and even says "Fire Dept. Chief" on the front, meaning your child is the one in charge!
We know they are too young to hop into anything too risky yet. That's why we've come up with this training exercise so that they can safely practice putting out fires. The exercise is simple. You sit around a campfire and roast a marshmallow. If your marshmallow starts on fire, their job is to blow on it as quick as they can. That way, you get a perfect marshmallow, and they get to practice! Perfect, right?
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