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Infant Fine Jersey Bodysuit
We can't leave any mini sisters behind.
Snag this to match with your mini, or grab one for a little sister or cousin. Whomever you choose, be reminded that you have an opportunity to share your legacy. Our sisterhood isn't about just adults seeking Jesus, but impacting and mentoring the next generation of women for Christ too! No sister (big or mini) left behind! 😊
Use this message to remind you that you are seated with Christ and positioned where you are right now. You aren't alone. You and every little lady you impact are a part of our community of sisters who are seeking the Savior!
A onesie with softness that is perfect for an infant's sensitive, smooth skin. Durable print will survive the very first adventures of little explorer.
.: 100% Flexible cotton (fibre content may vary for different colors)
.: Light (5.0 oz/yd² (170 g/m²))
.: Tear away label
|Sleeve length, in||2.52||2.76||3||3.23||3.51|
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