de411
 
 
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A cuddly triceratops? You bet! This Triceratops costume includes the jumpsuit with a self-fastening closure in the back and a removable character hood with fun plush horns and frill. Also includes hand mitts to keep their little paws warm! 3-piece set. Self-fastening closure in back. Polyester. Imported. *Please Note: The attached booties are as pictured for the 6/12 month size. For the 2T/4T size, the attached "booties" are actually attached foot covers with an elastic bottom. They are not completely enclosed as shown on the model.
 
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Reviewed by: de411
Location: Maryland
Title: Fabulous
Date:October 1, 2011
"Last year was Little Man's first Halloween. He was 8 months old, so I got him the 6 to 12 month costume. He is a tad bit small for his age, so we had no problem with the size even if it ran small as so many reviewers expressed. He had a healthy amount of room in it. However, the head piece was farely large, but he does have a rather small head. So, I just safety pinned it at the base, and it fit perfectly. It wasn't a real problem for him to hold his head up, but sometimes it would slip over his eyes a little.
He won the contest for the cutest costume at the elementary school where I teach, and he was the main attraction at every other party he attended. People couldn't get over how he looked when he crawled across the floor. The tail and the head piece were what made it. Also, the gloves are attached with little plastic strings. I kept them attached so that the gloves would not get lost. It worked perfectly.
I was going to add a picture, but it disturbed me that Celebrate Express' guidelines stated that any uploaded picture would become their property... therefore, they could do anything they wanted with it. Scarey as well as unnecessary!"