This post has been sponsored by Dr. Seuss and KidzVuz.com. All opinions are my own.
Halloween is fast approaching and as I asked my daughters what they wanted to be, my oldest kept saying a character from a book. Imagine our surprise when we received an email offering us a Dr. Seuss Halloween costume to check out. Well, my daughter was over the moon when it showed up because it was a character from one of her favorite books – Green Eggs and Ham! This costume is available only at Spirit Halloween, and here is why you should pick it up.
Easy to Put On
As my daughter explains in the video above, this Sam I Am costume is super easy to put on! It took her only minutes. Fall in Upstate New York can be pretty cold, and we are known to have chilly Halloween nights. So as a mom, I was really happy to see that this costume can go on easily over her clothes – meaning it will keep her extra warm while trick or treating. But if you live in the South, no worries, this costume will be fine by itself, with no clothing underneath.
My daughter is not a fan of clothes. I am going to be honest here. If she could run around the house all day naked, she would. So I was shocked when she kept this costume on for hours and hours. She danced around and even took a nap in it. Trust me, that says something. A lot of times Halloween costumes are itchy and uncomfortable. Not this one.
This costume is just perfect. As you can see, it even comes with the perfect accessories. Not just the iconic “Sam-I-Am, I-Am-Sam” sign, but also with a plate of green eggs and ham! If you don’t agree that this costume is just super adorable, than you should look again. My daughter looks exactly like Sam-I-Am in it, and is so excited to show it off to all of her friends on Halloween.
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Tessa Smith is a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer-approved Film and TV Critic. She is also a Freelance Writer. Tessa has been in the Entertainment writing business for almost ten years and is a member of several Critics Associations including the Hollywood Critics Association and the Greater Western New York Film Critics Association.