If you don’t know about “Baby Shark,” I’m not sure if I am happy for you or feel bad that you’re so out of the loop. If you’re not familiar, it all started as a fun children’s song, but has now become more of an anthem that has spawned a whole list of products, like singing toys, bedding and a baby walker.
Next up? “Baby Shark” is taking over breakfast with brand new cereal from Kellogg’s! The limited-edition cereal features “berry fin-tastic” flavored rings and marshmallows. The cereal is not shark-shaped, but here’s to hoping that’s next! The cereal itself actually looks a bit like Froot Loops, which is a Kellogg’s classic.
The box is just as adorable as the cereal itself and the “Baby Shark” video, with bright colors, friendly sharks and an open treasure chest. The boxes vary between Baby Shark or Mommy & Daddy Shark and both also include the song’s most famous lyrics, “doo-doo, doo-doo-doo-doo.”
Baby Shark cereal will be available beginning Aug. 17 exclusively at all Sam’s Club locations before being released to select Walmart stores in late September. You’ll be able to get a two-pack at Sam’s Club for $5.98 (that’s enough for Mommy, Daddy, Baby, Grandma and Grandpa Shark), but the cereal will be sold in a single pack at Walmart.
Depending on how long the cereal stays on store shelves, your kids may be able to enjoy their breakfast while watching a new “Baby Shark” show on Nickelodeon. While there are no details or a date we can catch it on television, Nickelodeon has confirmed the shark family will be joining the network. Oh, Netflix is also getting into the “Baby Shark” business, with a new series coming from the hit video’s creators, Pinkfong.
Just in case you needed one more adorable “Baby Shark” news item, a hospital in Ohio is putting babies born there during Discovery Channel’s “Shark Week” in “Baby Shark” onesies. The hospital expects 170-175 babies to be born there during “Shark Week,” July 28 through Aug. 3.
Oh, and one last thing. Just in case reading the words “Baby Shark” didn’t get the song stuck in your head again, here you go. You’re welcome.
Do you have little ones that are “Baby Shark” fanatics?