Helper of the YearAh, toddlers. So…helpful…right? At this age, your little one is probably in his room, playing quietly all by himself, not making a peep, not needing anything from you, and definitely not making a mess. And this is after he’s cleared the table and loaded the dishwasher, right? Such bliss! YEAH RIGHT! Your kiddo keeps you on your toes day and night. Messy, mischievous, and at times, maddening, toddlers are experts at seamlessly blending mass destruction with heart-melting cuteness. They can’t help it; it’s just how they are! So what’s a tired parent to do? (Drumroll, please!) Introducing…the Toddler Boy’s Santa’s Helper Costume! Never underestimate the power of Santa. Santa can get your kiddo in line when nothing else works. Santa can encourage good actions and put an end to tantrums. Santa may just be the most powerful name in the business of baby behavioral management. A promise of Santa’s visit can turn your toddler into Santa’s little helper faster than you can say, “Naughty or nice!” And suddenly, he’s magically transformed into a helpful little dude, the likes of which you’ve never seen. You’re welcome.Design & DetailsWe aren’t going to say this costume is magical or anything, but…OK, we kind of are. When you little guy slips on the green and red top and matching pants of this look, he’s no longer “Jack, resident little mischief-maker.” Now he’s “Jack, Santa’s #1 Helper,” and that’s a title that means something. Plus, just look at how cute he is in this green and red hat and curved green shoe covers! You mean he’s both well-behaved and photogenic now? We told you this exclusive costume was magic! Christmas in JulyHey, if this look works for you, we totally support your family celebrating Christmas more than once a year. Christmas in July is a real trend, but we think you could hang the holly any time you need to ensure that Santa’s Helper is still in there…somewhere.