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Child Thing 1 & Thing 2 One Piece Costume - Dr. Seuss


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Dr. Seuss Child Thing 1 & Thing 2 One Piece Costume includes:
  • Jumpsuit
  • Attached hood
  • 2 interchangeable patches

Officially licensed Dr. Seuss product.

More on Dr. Seuss Child Thing 1 & Thing 2 One Piece Costume: Then out of the box came Thing Two and Thing One! Dress your little one up as the Cat in the Hat's mischievous little sidekicks with a Dr. Seuss Thing 1 & Thing 2 One Piece Costume for kids! This comfortable red jumpsuit features blue ankle and wrist cuffs and a matching fuzzy hood. With the option to be Thing 1 or Thing 2 using the interchangeable patches, your child can dress up as either one of the Cat in the Hat's blue-haired buddies! Shoes not included.


  • Body: 100% polyester, exclusive of decoration
  • Hood: 75% acrylic, 25% polyester

Care instructions:

  • Hand wash cold, line dry

Not for children under 4 years.

SKU: P732790

Product Warnings & Disclaimers

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.



  • Body: 100% polyester, exclusive of decoration
  • Hood: 75% acrylic, 25% polyester

Care instructions:

  • Hand wash cold, line dry

Not for children under 4 years.

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A Dr. Seuss Costume for Seuss Celebrations

Millions of children have discovered the joy of reading through the works of Dr. Seuss. Stories like The Cat in the Hat are cherished the world over for their charming rhymes, imaginative illustrations, and most importantly, their accessibility to beginning readers. For many kids, a Dr. Seuss story is the first book they ever read on their own. It's no wonder then that Dr. Seuss's birthday has become a day to celebrate all things Seuss and to ignite a passion for reading in the latest generation of kids. On March 2, or the nearest school day, you'll find events across the country in honor of Dr. Seuss's beloved children's stories. At libraries, schools, and community centers, children and their parents and teachers dress up as their favorite Seuss characters, read Dr. Seuss stories, and create Seuss-inspired arts and crafts. These Dr. Seuss parties aren't just a lot of fun, they can instill a life-long love of reading, writing, and creativity in the children who participate.

At Dr. Seuss parties,
A fun thing to do
Is wear a Seuss costume.
Your child should too.
Might they want to dress as Thing One or Thing Two?

Your child will look adorable and stay comfortable dressed as the mysterious mischief makers from The Cat in the Hat. Hopefully, they resemble their illustrated counterpart in looks only! 

   A happy child wearing a Thing 1 costume in a Seuss-themed reading corner

Thing One/Two Costume

Whether they're trick-or-treating or at a Seuss party, Thing One/Two is sure to make a splash! This one-piece costume comes with two interchangeable patches, so your child can be Thing One or Thing Two, even in the same evening. The onesie features a furry blue hood and zip closure, and it's so cozy your child will want to sleep in it.

Additional Details

  • Zip closure
  • Mixed-fabric hood
  • Elastic cuffs
  • 2 patches: Thing 1, Thing 2
  • Doubles as sleepwear
  • Officially licensed Dr. Seuss product
The cover of the latest Dr. Seuss book: Horse Museum

The Latest Seuss

Although Ted "Dr. Seuss" Geisel passed away in 1991, he still has stories to tell. Two books have been adapted from his manuscripts since his death. The latest is Horse Museum, which shows the many ways to appreciate art.

A DIY paper cat hat like the one from The Cat in the Hat

DIY Dr. Seuss Crafts

A Dr. Seuss celebration calls for Seussian crafts, like DIY red-and-white striped hats. Along with costumes, crafts help bring the stories of Dr. Seuss to life.

A woman reading Dr. Seuss to a group of children wearing cat top hats

Dr. Seuss Fun Fact

In honor of Theodor Seuss Geisel and all that he did for children's literacy, his birthday, March 2, was declared National Read Across America Day, also known as Dr. Seuss Day.

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