Toothy Shark Costume
Sure, most kiddos teeth at the average age (6-12 months); they knaw on some frozen rings, nibble your fingers, and basically put everything in their mouth to chomp on for a while. But your little one never fully grew out of that stage. Your kid just loves to gnaw on things! Popsicles, lolipops, baby back ribs, corn on the cob (actually, we love to gnaw on those things too). They take pride in gnashing their pearly whites to scare their baby sister, and they're top of their age class in the pool (not to mention a bit too good at sneaking up underwater and grabbing your legs!). Wait, are you sure you have a human child on your hands? It sounds like us that your little tyke may just be a shark in training!
But...how to warn people that your kiddo is actually a little sea predator? This Toothy Shark Costume will highlight your child's ferociously adorable nature, and keep 'em cozy while out of the water. Sure, raising a shark may be an unexpected surprise, but try to embrace this unique opportunity to get up close and personal with a shark without the threat of being eaten. It may not come around again soon!
Your little swimmer will look sharp in this grey jumpsuit with attached mitts. The shark hood has a wide opening for their face, and the fin and tail are attached to the back. Your tyke will feel so cools as they stoop and run back and forth behind the couch so that only the fin is visible—just like a toothy shark prowling the waters!
Food For Thought
You know, having a tiny shark around may just come in handy! People will flee when they catch sight of your kid, so you'll spend a lot less time waiting in lines. You'll also almost never need a scissors to trim lose threads or to cut flowers from the garden. Just ask your little one to chomp down; you'll both be happy! Win-win!
- Bodysuit w/ attached mitts and foot covers
- Grey polyfoam suit w/ attached mitts and feet zips in the front
- Attached shark hood has generous opening for the face
- Shark fin and tail are attached to the back