Everyone loves a teddy bear! It’s the perfect complement to a box of chocolates and a bouquet of roses for your beau or boo on Valentine’s Day. You know what’s even better? A baby in a bear costume! “Where’d that come from?” you’ll have him asking. “Yes, of course it’s cute, but are we keeping it? Is this our baby now?” He’ll be speechless!
No wonder Goldilocks chose this little guy’s bed. If it’s anything like this Infant Teddy Bear Costume, then it’s surely soft and cozy enough to keep your little one hibernating all winter. Let’s just hope that this cub gets his naps in on the right schedule, or he’s sure to be grouchy when he wakes up in the spring. Play fighting is one of the most important activities for young bears, teaching them the skills they’ll later use to feed and defend themselves and building their little bear muscles strong. If your little one gets too feisty in this costume, don’t hesitate to swat them with your paw, pick them up by the scruff of their neck and separate them from the other cubs. Bear cubs are ready to go out on their own when they’re a year and a half old––your little one may require a little more gestation time. You know millennials.
Is there anything more adorable than a teddy bear? Maybe your baby? Your baby + teddy bear = the cutest costume ever! This unisex Infant Teddy Bear Costume zips up in the rear and has snaps along the crotch to make your cub’s diaper changes easy––because nobody wants a “poo” bear when that wasn’t what you were going for.