Rules are Made for a ReasonHave you ever seen kindergarteners after their first day of school? Most of them look like they’ve been through a battle. If their hair started in a neat pony or brushed just right for their First Day of School picture, it will probably be a wreck—dangling half off their head. If there was a craft of any sort, chances are they will be covered in at least one of the supplies they were given. Now, imagine someone, even a little younger, heading off to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. We all know that witches and wizards don’t attend Hogwarts until they’re 11 when most children are capable of functioning without constant reminders or naps. Now we know why that will never change. Forget a little one’s hair being dishevelled or a new T-shirt stained with finger-paints, you may just have a whole new lifeform after a day spent learning potions, transfiguration, or charms. It’s too risky.Product DetailsNow, if you really must get your little ones outfitted for Hogwarts before their letters arrive, make sure you’ve got them in something up for the task. This exclusive set of Deluxe Gryffindor Robes should do the trick. The luxe black robe will make minor accidents hard to see. If your toddlers have a rough day while wearing this robe, they can throw up the hood to disguise at least a bit of the evidence. Of course, your little one will also just look plain awesome in the Gryffindor colors and with the noble lion crest stitched on the front of the robe. Hogwarts PrepWhile you wait for the Hogwarts letter, make sure your little one sticks to all the lessons learned in grade school. The theory behind properly handling a wand can be directly linked to how to hold a loaded paintbrush. Cleaning up an overturned bottle of glue can help your little one understand how complex cleaning up spilled potions ingredients can be. Of course, it’s also important to learn to wear wizarding garments well, so let your toddler twirl and play in these Deluxe Gryffindor Robes.