When your infant is as cute as a bug in a rug, then you should purchase one of our bee, bug or butterfly costumes. There is a large selection of butterflies, bumblebees, spiders and lady bugs to choose from. All the bugs are friendly, even the spiders, which are traditionally spooky and scarier for Halloween, so even the shyest child will find them appealing. Colorful butterflies will charm your child and as will the vivid bee and lady bug attire.
When you are a wee toddler, almost everyone and everything is bigger than you. This makes kids gravitate toward things that are small, like bees, butterflies and other bugs. Kids squeal with delight when they see a butterfly flutter, lady bug fly or another bug creep along. Always inquisitive, toddlers will often investigate bugs; they might chase after a butterfly, toddle after a creepy-crawly or let a lady bug crawl up their arm.
The life of bees, which live in colonies led by the queen bee, intrigues kids. As the bees buzz from flower to flower, they get nectar, which help pollinate plants. While not all bees make honey, bumblebees do and they use nectar. Butterflies intrigue kids because they start off life as caterpillars, which most tots learn from the classic children's book, "The Hungry Caterpillar." After they grow, caterpillars form a chrysalis around themselves and transform into a butterfly.