A baby romper which is perfect for summer, it is lined on the bodice. The bodice is lined with the a lovely soft mint green fabric.
The hat is fully lined and can be worn both with the trains and teddy on the outside or the mint green on the outside.
Easy access to changing nappies with 3 poppers in the crutch and easy to remove with a popper on each shoulder.
this size is for approx 8lb plus
length (crutch to shoulder) 14 1/4″ 36cm
Easy to care for can be put on a normal 30 degree wash, tumble dry can be done on a cool heat.
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