You know those funny, overlapping shoulders on baby’s onesies?

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  1. Avatar Glyph says:


    This would have been a good thing to know on baby #1, but it will still come in handy on the littlest one. Thanks zic!Report

    • Avatar zic says:

      Glad to be of help, @glyph

      fwiw, this is my response the the Donald Trump situation here on OT right now.

      Donald is not going to be president, and the only thing that is campaign illuminates is how politics has become part of the entertainment industry and its hypnotic glow.Report

  2. Avatar Will Truman says:

    So that makes FIVE Donald Trump posts. Sigh. 🙂

    This one is at least useful to some of the audiences.

    I actually knew about this. Unfortunately, you can only do it once or twice (at least, if you’re a lead-thumbed as I am) before it stretches too much to be useful as a onesie.

    Of course, we don’t even have to do that to to stretch Lain’s onesies too large. Her large noggin does that enough. One of the reasons we like Garanimal onesies* was that they had snaps and so we didn’t stretch them.

    * – The other thing is that they were not wildly gendered. Since she’s grown out of the Garanimal stuff, at the low-end price point we’re either left with robots and skulls on blue, or frilly frill sparkles on pink. Very frustrating.Report

    • Avatar Michael Drew says:

      I actually started a post with a title that started, “De Facto Trump Symposium:”.

      It would have been OTC had I continued with it, but I was still smiling to myself.Report

    • Avatar Glyph says:

      We’ve gone “all-Trump, all the time”? I thought we’d gone “all-penis, all the time”.

      But perhaps I repeat myself. [golf swing]Report

      • Avatar Michael Drew says:

        I actually thought we held it at bay pretty impressively. (Truth be told, there was a while where I wanted to see something on it & it wasn’t appearing).

        Then the dam kinda broke.Report

  3. Avatar dragonfrog says:

    I had figured they were mostly because babies’ heads are bigger than their shoulders. Now I know a trick!Report