Toddler Tattooed Costume T-Shirt
- 100% polyester jersey knit; 90% polyester/10% spandex knit mesh
- Short-sleeved T-shirt has full-length fitted mesh lower sleeves w/ tattoo print
- Print design of shirt looks like leather vest over white T-shirt
So your toddler wants to join a biker gang, but you're not ready to let him get inked yet. And yeah, that might make you a lame parent (let's face it...these days, what 2 yr old doesn't already have a tattoo of his favorite squishy toy or Disney character?), but we get that you're just trying to protect him. After all, your non-full-sentence-speaking kid can't even decide between a bedtime story or a song half the time...and you're just supposed to trust that he's ready to permanently scar and embellish his body with the representative art of his personal choosing? After all, we've all got a friend who make the mistake of getting a Tweetie Bird tattoo on their shoulder that they lived to regret, and those guys didn't even get tattoos until they were 18!
Also, you're not too sure about this new biker gang your little one has been hanging out with. There's just something a little intimidating about a pack of toddlers blazing down the sidewalks on their trikes, you know? And these particular tots like to ride fast and take chances. What happened to the days when climbing up the slide instead of just going down it was the biggest thrill around? It's enough to make the parent of a maybe-not-so-consistently-potty-trained child feel old!
But breathe easy, parent! Look to this Toddler Tattooed Costume T-Shirt as a compromise. It will make his arms look like they're covered in tattoos, but without harming a single speck of his precious-wecious skin! This way he stays cool in the eyes of his edgy new playgroup, and you get to maintain the Cool Parent Cred you've been building up. (That is, until he starts asking for a Harley. Then you're either going to have to cough one up or simply settle for being the lamest parent on the block for the rest of your life and also the history of the planet and maybe even the history of the dinosaurs, according to what your kid currently thinks is the longest span of time.)