Waddling Teen Penguin Costume
It’s tough, living in rural Alaska. It’s always just so, so, so cold. There’s not much to see except.. snow...and of course, your teen still locks themselves in their room and doesn’t want to talk to anyone. It’s what teenagers do. But getting by in this climate and geography requires strong community ties. So here’s our suggestion: pick up this Teen Penguin Costume and let your kid see how the best cold-weather, flightless birds survive brutal winters by using the warmth of others around them!
Seriously. Penguins (though not found in Alaska) are some of the best socially-oriented birds! They all huddle together all winter long to keep warm, and sometimes look after each other’s children while parents are away hunting for food. And maybe your kiddo just needs a little of that social edge to make these rough winters just a little more warm and bearable. Let the penguin be your teen’s guide!
This warm and comfortable penguin tunic looks just like the formal bird. With holes for hands on the wing sleeves and attached yellow feet shoe covers, your kid will be cozy as a fuzzy chick. Attached to the tunic is a penguin hood with eyes and beak. And the whole ensemble is brought together with a fancy red bow tie attached at the neck. Penguins are very fancy, so we couldn’t put this costume together without some kind of dress wear! Now all your teen needs is an appetite for raw fish, but that’s totally not necessary at this point.
A Strong Waddle
Hopefully, this outfit will help your kiddo open up to the community a little bit more, as well as stay warm in the fierce wind chills that can cut across those open fields. With a few good friends, they’re sure to totally forget just how tough these winters can be! Waddle on!
- Jumpsuit w/ Attached Hood & Shoe Covers
- 100% polyester
- Polyfoam penguin tunic
- Holes for hands on the wing sleeves
- Red bow tie attached at the neck
- Attached yellow feet shoe covers
- Attached penguin hood with eyes and beak