- Pair of Shoe Covers
- 100% polyester faux fur & fiberfill
- Tunic has hook & loop fastener at center back
- Fully-lined tunic has fiberfill stuffing between shell & lining for plump look
- Hood has hook & loop fastener under chin, plastic eyes on top
- Shoe covers have hook & loop fastener on ankle strap, elastic under foot
- NOTE: model is wearing yellow pants and a long-sleeved shirt that are not part of this costume
|XS - 6/12 Months||Chest||30"||76cm|
|XS - 6/12 Months||Length||16"||41cm|
|S - 12/18mo||Chest||32"||81cm|
|S - 12/18mo||Length||17"||43cm|
|M - 18/24MO||Chest||34"||86cm|
|M - 18/24MO||Length||20"||51cm|
|L - 2T/4T||Chest||36"||91cm|
|L - 2T/4T||Length||22"||56cm|
Is your child strangely fixated by puddles? Do they guzzle their drinks like birds and walk with their toes turned outwards? Have you witnessed random arm-flapping and loud throaty noises? Well, we hate to break it to you, but your child may be suffering from Ducky-itis.
Don't panic! Ducky-itis is not contagious and it is curable. It usually arises in small children who have vivid imaginations. They imagine themselves as ducks, but then somehow they get stuck in the illusion and believe they are a duck. Fear not! We've been dealing with such ducky behaviors for years now. We have a few home remedies that should help your kid revert to their normal human mannerisms in no-time. First, try communicating with them in duck. It is likely they will be confused by your lack of communication skills and revert to English to clarify. That is the first step for healing: recognition.
Secondly, if their ducky-itis is persisting, we recommend allowing them time to be completely a duck. This will include appearing like a duck by wearing something like this Yellow Ducky Toddlers Costume. Our costume has a soft faux fur body in bright yellow. The body is happily plump, and there is a small white tail attached to the back. There are also faux fur shoe covers, as well as Hook and Loop fastener closures. A duck headpiece completes the look with black beady eyes and a little orange bill. The headpiece stays on with help of the chin strap.
Shake those Tailfeathers
Once your child has been completely submerged in a ducky lifestyle, it is likely their case of ducky-itis will break. This usually happens when your child "molts" or removes the duck outfit. Once they see that their body underneath the feathers is not ducky at all, they will usually revert to normal human behavior. Do not be concerned if occasional ducky sounds or actions appear again. If it happens in small doses, it is likely that your little one is just "being silly."
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