Just as many moms and dads from both sides of the pond were finally getting the catchy Baby Shark tune out of their heads, its looks like they will find themselves singing it once again, for better or for worse.
That’s because popular retailers such as Primark and Walmart have decided to roll out new Baby Shark-inspired bedding, which will certainly delight many young fans and better yet, help them snuggle up before bedtime at night.
According to Motherly, the Baby Shark bedding is now available at a bargain at both Walmart stores in the United States and at Primarks all across Great Britain and Ireland. Parents will now have an opportunity to turn their children’s rooms into their very own oceanic getaways with a complete Baby Shark bedroom set. Many of the items range in price from $19.88 to $29.96 and are available in twin and full sizes.
The Walmart exclusive includes a fitted sheet, flat sheet, and a pillowcase. There are also two pillows available if you are purchasing the full set.
Toddlers and pre-school aged children are certainly going to love the new set, as it features the entire Baby Shark crew, which includes bubbles, starfish, jellyfish, and other fishy friends on a solid background.
Here’s the best part: the Baby Shark comforter is fully reversible, giving your child an option to decorate their bed with two different designs. In other words, your Baby Shark fan can choose to decorate their bed with either the characters of the Baby Shark family swimming in a light blue sea, or their fish and sea creature friends on a dark blue background on the reverse side.
So far the news has been met with a lot of excitement from parents who are looking to get a hold of the comforter sets before they sell out.
Seeing how The Baby Shark phenomenon is still going strong, there’s a good possibility that they might sell out at Walmart retailers nationwide. That means moms and dads will have to act fast if they want to get their hands on one.
In addition, there’s also speculation that a Baby Shark-themed clothing and homeware line might also be in the works, too.