Oh Dear, Oh Dear!
When you have a toddler at home, you're all too familiar with the rush to get somewhere on time. Once you manage to get your little one moving there's still a lot to do. If it's a weekday and you're trying to get them ready for their day, an outfit must be pulled on and at a minimum, they need shoes on their feet. That morning's toothbrushing can be overlooked, there's time for that before bed and you can make them brush for an extra minute. Breakfast? Grab-and-go will have to do. Socks? Hopefully, they're already on and preventing a slim percentage of feet-stink from reaching your nose later in the day.
We started thinking about famously late characters, looking for some sort of life advice that could calm anyone that's perpetually late. Of course, the White Rabbit came to mind. But, we've never been told what has him always rushing to his next engagement so we began to wonder if the White Rabbit had a family. It seems possible—you know, rabbits being productive little animals and whatnot—and it would really explain why he's always late for his obligations and acting exceptionally frazzled.
Design & Details
Instead of embracing your own status as a rushed White Rabbit let your toddler take on the role. Your toddler will look as distinguished as that relatable little fellow in this Made By Us Dignified White Rabbit Costume. The 4-piece costume is easy to put on thanks to its separates including a pair of faux fur pants with an elastic waistband. When your toddler is dressed in a red, velvet tailcoat and satin vest they'll look ready for even a trip to see the Queen of Hearts. To complete your little one's rabbity look, they'll have a headpiece with soft-sculpted rabbit ears that are perfect for some impatient wringing.
Look at the Time...
If you're really looking to impress the importance of punctuality to your toddler we suggest giving them a quick lesson on how to tell time and getting them an oversized clock. They may not be able to tell you if you're 5 or 50 minutes late leaving the house after just one lesson, but they won't be able to ignore the time with a ticking clock in their coat pocket either.