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Toddler Hootie the Owl Costume
- Shoe Covers
- 100% polyester velour, faux fur & interlock knit; 100% polyurethane foam
- Long-sleeved velour shirt has back zipper, faux fur belly, feather-shaped sleeve appliques
- Velour pants have elastic waistband
- Hood has foam padding for shape, appliqued owl face
- Hood has interlock lining, Velcro tab under chin
- Also available in child & adult sizes
Has your toddler always been wise beyond his age? Have you found yourself coming to him more often for advice than any other guru in town or even the entire world? Have strange spiritual people such as Tibetan monks, or even great scholars from esteemed universities come to examine his philosophies on life, the universe, and everything that dwells within those boundaries? Sure, it seemed a little strange when people started asking for your child by name, but they looked professional enough, and now it’s just become a part of your daily routine. You wake up in the morning, get them dressed, and then listen to them teach a seminar on the finer aspects of multi-variable algebra followed by a philosophy lesson on the works of Plato. Well, first of all, we just have to say that’s crazy impressive and we’d love to meet this kid along with any budding documentary film-maker looking for his big break, because this little guy sounds incredible!
Second, and more importantly. We’d like to introduce you to an excellent professional, yet adorable uniform your wiz-kid could don for his first guest lecture at Yale. This owl costume is symbolic of the wisest animal on the planet (We’re sure your tiny professor already knew that), and will show that through him. It will also look so gosh darn cute that while the audience gives them a standing ovation for an eye-opening lecture on the migration patterns of flightless birds, they’ll also be saying “aww” to your little champion of the scholarly arts. Before long he’ll be headmaster at his own college and you can just kick back and watch the Nobel prizes come in.