- 100% polyester faux fur, satin & fiberfill
- Satin-llined sleeveless fur tunic has Hook and Loop fastener at center back, elastic in lower edge
- Fiberfill stuffing between lining and outer shell for plump appearance
- Satin-lined fur hood has soft-sculpted muzzle & ears on top; fastens w/ Hook and Loop fastener under chin
|6/12 Months||Child Size||6-12 Months||6-12 Months|
|Small||Child Size||12-18 months||12-18 months|
|Medium (18MO-24MO)||Child Size||18-24 months||18-24 months|
|Large (2T-4T)||Child Size||2 - 4||2 - 4|
|X-Large (4-6)||Child Size||4 - 6||4 - 6|
Hop To It!
Your older child is at "that age." Suddenly, he's too cool for...well...just about everything, including his baby sister. You know it's a phase, and he'll grow out of it, but still. You wish there was soemthing you could do to help bring them closer together.
Well, we heard he's going as a magician to the huge costume party and 1) we think that's great! It's a classic costume we love to see out in the world, and 2) we want to suggest this adorable Rabbit Toddler Costume for your youngest child, as a way to bridge the gap between them. Every magician needs a rabbit, right? With this little white bunny by his side, your son will be the BEST magician in school, maybe even the county. Once he sees how well she works with him on stage and charms the audience, we bet he'll be whistling a diffeernt tune about family game nights or helping her out of her high chair after dinner. Trust us, it works like magic.
This adorable costume instantly turns your babe into a bouncing bunny! It's a satin-lined faux fur tunic with fiberfill stuffing for added plumpness. A matching white satin-lined furry hood has a soft-sculpted muzzle and ears, which not only make her adorable, but also keep her cozy. And voila! You have a sweet kids' costume for your toddler, and a path to peace for your older kid. That's a lot for one costume to accompish!
The greatest thing about this look is that it works on so many levels. Easter, Halloween, a school play, or your kid's magic act—all of these events could call for a sweet bunny to show up. She's not quite at the walking stage yet, at least not confidently, so hopping seems advanced; but something tells us her big brother may be happy to teach her when she's ready!
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