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5 Baby Onesies for Ringing in 2013

Happy New Year’s Eve! Whether you have a baby now or maybe are expecting a new little in the new year, what better way to bring on 2013 than with a cute and funny onesie! From a funny way to show off your baby’s resolution to letting everyone know about your latest tax deduction, they have one for every sense of humor! I love having fun with onesies. Grayson has a ton of hilarious tees! Since your little can talk, you might as well voice their opinion in cute clothes right? Get ready to show your excitement for 2013 with these onesies.

  • 2013 New Year’s Resolution Onesie 1 of 5
    2013 New Year's Resolution Onesie
    What better way to start the new year than with a resolution for baby? Hilarious! It's a fun, personalized way to start off 2013.
    Buy it from Lil Wet Setters for $16.25
  • Tax Deduction 2 of 5
    Tax Deduction
    Because everyone knows when you welcome a baby you get a tax deduction. Might as well share it with the world!
    Buy it from Still Having Fun for $15.99
  • Est. 2012 or 2013 3 of 5
    Est. 2012 or 2013
    Let everyone know exactly when your little one was born.
    Buy it from Welcome to Wonderland for $26
  • Copyright, 2013 4 of 5
    Copyright, 2013
    Simple. Cute. And perfect for a baby born in 2013. It makes a great gift too!
    Buy it from Full Spectrum Apparel for $16
  • Bling on 2013 5 of 5
    Bling on 2013
    DIY! Make your own onesie with a applique design.
    Buy it from Applique Download for $3.99

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