Parenting a Pokémon
Does your toddler have a passion for Pokémon? Were their first words, “gotta catch em all!”? Does your toddler always seem to have energy to spare? When you go to public places, do they complain about being stuck in a stroller? Are you sick of all these questions and want us to get to the point? Alright. If you answered yes to any of our questions, you may be raising a Pikachu and not a human child.
This may sound like a problem but keep this in mind: Pokémon are incredibly cool. Just ask your toddler! They can learn skills that seem like magic. They go on adventures. Pokémon are adorable and easily charm potential trainers. When a Pokémon “grows up” their entire look changes. And if you become best friends with a Pokémon, they will stick with you for all of life’s twists and turns. So, if you find yourself living with a Pokémon instead of a human, we suggest you fully embrace the opportunity.
Let your toddler reveal their true form with this Classic Pikachu Costume. It doesn’t come with any learned skills or TMs (ask your toddler, they can explain), but it will get them ready for some high energy fun! They’ll be ready to send bolts of lightning at their Pokémon enemies with their stitched on tail. Their full transformation will be easy with the included headpiece that features Pikachu’s adorable expression and tall pointed ears. Plus, while they’re dressed in this super-soft, yellow jumpsuit, your toddler will be extra cuddly.
How to Raise a Pikachu
It’s probably a bit difficult to wrap your mind around how raising a Pikachu will differ from raising a human, but your toddler should be able to clear things up. Our advice, however, is simple. Don’t let them play in the rain. Let your young Pikachu walk beside you when you go anywhere (they prefer being right next to their humans). Most importantly, limit their caffeine intake (they’re already filled with electricity).