Have you ever stumbled upon a baby deer in the woods? When they’re born they can’t quite keep up with their energetic mothers so the new mamas have to leave them in tall grasses as they go off to find a place where they can graze. When you see them curled in their hiding spot it’s an unforgettable sight, they lay there still as stone with spots on their back to help them blend into their wild surroundings. Does your daughter love that Sunday afternoon walk in the woods? It can be beautiful any time of year. In the spring the trees are looking fuzzy with the beginning leaves and the air smells fresh and green. In the summer you brave the insects and enjoy the lush forest canopy with its symphony of birds. When fall rolls around you two get excited in the crisp air, gathering special leaves from the ground to admire each one’s individual color. The forest is even special in the winter. Though it takes some convincing to get out of the house, you get to see the birds flit from tree to tree deep in the woods as snow crunches beneath your boots. So, it’s no surprise if your daughter wants to be a fawn for Halloween. The creatures are at once delicate with their pattern of spots and tough with their ability to adapt to all sorts of weather throughout the year. She’ll look like she belongs in the wild in the front zippered brown tunic with spots, a beige belly, and fawn hoof sleeve cuffs. She’ll love the velvety texture and the hood with its ears and antlers. Just like that fawn curled in the grass, you saw so long ago, your little one in this ensemble will be an unforgettably sweet sight!