BewitchingDo you know a little one who is just as charming as can be? Who has a smile that glitters and a laugh that mesmerizes, and a funky potion or two stored in their bag? We’re kidding about that last part. Every good witch knows not to store potions in bags. That’s what bottles are for (duh). What? Oh, yes, sorry. We’re talking about witches. Adorable little conjurers-in-training. You’ll know one when you see one. They’re really good with cats. They have bewitching personalities and a penchant for talking people into stuff. Also, they are usually pretty knowledgeable about potion-storing. These crafty little creatures have great potential, but for now, they’re more than happy summoning sparks and bubbles and giggling the whole night. Which is pretty dang cute, if we’re being honest. We find it better not to fight such mystical tendencies, but instead to embrace them. Chances are your little witch’s magic will fizzle out in a year or two, so you might as well let them enjoy it now.Fun DetailsAnd one way to do that is to let your little one go full witch. That’s right, we’re talking hat, broom, the whole nine yards. You can start with our Toddler Hocus Pocus Witch Costume. This costume has a pullover dress with a glittery knit mesh skirt overlay and an elastic on the back of the waist. There’s an orange ribbon sash with bow sewn to the front of the dress, and the knit mesh capelet has a wide foam collar and fastens with Hook and Loop fastener. Top the look off with the cone-shaped foam hat with glittery mesh overlay and velour band and your little witch will look simply enchanting. Got the MagicThere you have it. Your little one could look oh-so-pretty as they wow everyone with their charms. Of course, we don’t recommend letting them ride broomstick unattended quite yet. They are still just little witchlings after all.