I admit - prior to meeting Jason I rolled my eyes at any mention of Star Wars. I just didn't get it. We had been dating for a while when the next installment of Star Wars had come out and Jason was thrilled to go see it in the theater. I told him I had never seen the movies before - he stared at me like I had grown another head then vowed to change that.
He pulled out the DVD's of the earlier releases and we had a Star Wars marathon. I was quickly drawn in and now I've seen all the movies several times. Each time I watch it I grab something more from the story line I missed previously. When we had Dayne, Jason started dreaming about finally owning (through Dayne of course) the At-At from Star Wars. Not the small action figure - the giant toy that costs upwards of $100 or more.
So when I saw these adorable onesies in Sandbox Clothing Etsy shop - I knew I had to have them for Dayne...and for Jason. And yeah, kinda for myself too.
For $12 a onesie I thought it was pretty affordable! Shipping took a bit longer than I had hopped - from the time I ordered it to the time I received it two weeks had gone by but there was a holiday weekend in there too so things may be faster during the standard week. I was very impressed with the quality of the onesies. These aren't lightweight onesies - they're made with 100% Cotton - 6.4 oz Interlock Ringspun. (heavy duty stuff meant to last the test of time) The graphics aren't handpress or heat transfers - they actually print the graphic on the onesie in order to last through many washes and to remain soft.
I washed both prior to putting Dayne in them and felt they washed well. The onesie are a little small for the sizes given - I ordered a 3-6 month size - Dayne is currently wearing 0-3 and inching closer to 3-6 every day for length. These fit him snuggly length wise, width wise it's perfect. Dayne is a long kid though - but I had hoped that a size 3-6 would have lasted longer than I feel these will. I have a feeling he'll only get a few wears out of them before they're too small. I would order a size larger than you believe you will need.
Until he can tell us otherwise - I'm enjoying dictating his cute wardrobe.
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