Sleep. Poop. Cry. Repeat. This funny onesie baby bodysuit will bring smiles and laughter where ever you and your baby go. Dress your baby to the nines with this 100% cotton one piece. It has three snap leg closure for easy changing, a comfortable envelope neckline, and a beautiful print that's bound to get the baby all happy and giggling. Makes a great gift!
• 100% ring-spun combed cotton
• Heather colors are 52% ring-spun combed cotton and 48% polyester
• Fabric weight: 3.9 oz/y² (132.2 g/m²)
• Side-seamed construction
• Envelope neckline
• Three-snap leg closure
The Sleeping Monster
By Shane’s Brain
One night, the baby went to sleep
The parents sighed, both breathing deep
With tired eyes and tear-stained cheeks
They hadn’t slept in seven weeks
That day had been like all the rest
The baby nestled on mom’s chest
The mother stopped her restless snoring
To endless crying at four in the morning
She changed his diaper
Sang a song
She knew this day
Would be really long.
So she did her duty
Helped the dude
Changed his clothes
And made him food
She sat there tired, tuckered out
While baby boy began to shout
While she tried every remedy:
Bottles, Diapers, Screen TV
The entire day had gone like that
Crying, screaming, taking naps
Dad came home, then came the chore:
Getting the child to sleep once more
After a while, with many tries
The baby finally closed his eyes
The parents sighed, huddled together
Relieved this wouldn’t last forever.
Here at Shane’s Brain, we know there’s an opposition in all things. Every good, beautiful thing comes with a price. For all of the great things about babies, we can’t ignore that they can be pure torture. We created a onesie (Nap, Smile, Be Cute, Repeat) that acknowledged all the great things about having a baby, and the things that made the effort worth it. This onesie commemorates quite the opposite: the immense struggle and effort that it takes to raise a child. Every day can seem like this onesie: the baby takes naps, soils their pants, screams for no reason, then does the whole thing over again. Parents have to face lack of sleep and incredible frustration. Simple things like eating and relaxing become daily challenges. Parenting is definitely not for the faint of heart.
So here’s to you, parents. Through all the whining, poop, and property damage, you’ve stayed strong. You’re doing great, and one day, you will be thanked for your effort.