Mastering the Lingo
"What do you want for dinner, kiddo?"
"Umm... So, peanut butter sandwiches?"
Yeah, we've all been there. So, your kiddo is in their dog-mode. They're running around on all fours and will only speak in various animal noises. It's usually dog, but they occasionally decide to throw in a meow or a bird chirp. We've even seen some pretty impressive dinosaur calls and one of the Product Development kids has a horrifyingly accurate Jabberwock burble that still haunts us to this very day.
The problem is how do you manage to communicate with your kid when they decide to forsake all knowledge of your shared common language for a new (however temporary) life of doggo sounds? Well, we've got good news and bad news. We're in development of a spectacular costume that will bestow you with the ability to communicate with animals of all forms. The problem is it is going to be a while before it is ready. So, until then, we have some consolations.
Design & Details
Your tyke is going to be in dog-mode for a while, so you may as well lean into the fun of it and make it all look a little less ridiculous... by making it adorable with this Puppy costume. This is a soft tunic with long sleeves and multiple shades of brown faux fur. (The dark tummy is our favorite.) The hood is a floppy-eared doggo with an embroidered nose and shiny eyes. Foot covers will make their bounding perfectly poochy.
A Costume Caper
Now, here's the grand trick. If your tyke is all in on the dog talk, all you need to do is get a Puppy costume and a costume for a pupper and suddenly you've got a dog-kiddo who can talk like a person! (Okay, maybe that's going too far, but the costume will at least get you through the phase!)