Nothing can look better on the adult baby boy than shortalls. I probably have a half-dozen in different patterns and materials, ready for a toddler who needs something durable and adorable for play time.
These shortalls mean work. Well, not work exactly, but moving blocks around from place to place, or pushing trucks around the floor while daddy goes vroooom!
The decals are adorable, perfect for the boy whose inner toddler is maybe 4 or 5. The bib front isn’t going to hold anything but the ‘play zone’ design will remind your toddler that playing can put him in his own special little zone.
There’s a feature of these shortalls that I’m in love with, something that maybe dad will notice and son won’t: namely, the snaps.
Two snaps on the side are critical for dressing. There can be nothing more frustrating than trying to get clothing over a thickly diapered boy. The side snaps make it easy….undo them while your son lies on the change table, slip the legs over his diapers, then do up the side snaps to keep everything snug and comfortable at the waist.
Just as important are the leg snaps. These make changes a breeze. Your little one will be having so much fun playing in his shortalls that his diaper can get quite wet without him even realizing it (tip to dads: check often!)
The leg snaps let you access the boy’s diaper, change him and get him back to play in no time.
Oh – and one other “non feature”: that ‘fly’ at the front? Doesn’t work. There’s no zipper or fly because, well, why would there be?