Reimagine your essentials in our coveted girls ruffled footie reversible zippered one-piece in Päpook® viscose from bamboo. Ultra-soft viscose makes our footies the perfect addition to everyday wear. Ruffle detail on bodice and layers of ruffle on the back for a cute added detail—Posh Peanut® signature non-slip grips on the footie for walkers. The reversible 2-way zipper makes diaper changes quick and easy without undressing your baby down. Elastic backing on footies for a snug fit, built-in fold-over mittens in sizes NB and 0-3M. Jammies so cute you can wear them out!
- Ruffle details on bodice and back
- Tagless for sensitive skin
- 2-way reversible zipper
- Footed style with designer grips
- True to size, snug fit / Not treated with flame retardants
- Signature Posh Peanut Design
- Machine washable / Tumble dry low
- 95% Viscose from Bamboo, 5% Spandex
- Accessories sold separately
- Sizes 9 months+ the ruffles are slightly smaller from our previous productions with an added extra ruffle on the back. Depicted in the image is a size 6-9M. All smaller sizes remain the same with 3 rows of ruffles on the back.
- Posh Peanut is donating proceeds from these collections to Girls Inc LA
- Our Women's Empowerment collections are all in collaboration with artist Martin Bruckner @Spaghettitoesdad
Rosa Parks was born in Tuskegee, Alabama, on February 4, 1913. She enrolled at Alabama State Teachers college but unfortunately had to leave college to take care of her ill grandmother. In 1932, Rosa got married to Raymond Parks, who actively fought to end racial injustices against the Black community. During this time, racial Segregation laws governed the city. Black people could only attend certain inferior schools, could only drink from specific water fountains, & more.
On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks took her regular bus route home from work. At this time, there was a policy where Black people had to sit on the back of the bus, & only White people could sit in the front. On the bus route, a white man entered the bus to see no more room in the designated "White" section. The bus driver told the passengers in the first four rows of the "Colored" section to stand so the White man could sit. Everyone got up from their seats, but Rosa Parks refused, which resulted in her arrest.
Once released, Rosa became the plaintiff in a case that was set to end segregation laws. The Black population of Montgomery began to boycott the buses on the day of Parks' trial. Unfortunately, she was found guilty of violating segregation laws; however, little did she know she had sparked a movement. The Montgomery Movement Association was formed shortly after this, & Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. became the organization's president.
Many lawsuits were filed until Parks' case reached the Supreme Court & in 1956, the Supreme Court ruled that bus segregation was unconstitutional. In 1999, Rosa was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal & became the first woman in the nation's history to lie in honor in the U.S Capitol after her passing in 2005. Rosa Parks left behind a legacy of resistance against racial inequality & discrimination. She will forever be honored & recognized as the first lady of the civil rights movement.
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Bamboo from viscose is lightweight, breathable, and extra buttery soft for your baby's delicate skin. Its lush texture makes it a favorite amongst all ages. Its natural weave makes it stretchy enough for a nice snug fit, yet comfortable for all-day wear. The natural fibers make you feel like it's your second skin.
Did you know most children's wear is treated with flame retardants? You can rest easy knowing our bamboo is not treated with chlorine-containing bleaches, zinc, and sulfate. We comply with snug fitting standards to ensure we don't use any chemicals during our production process.
Benefits of Bamboo From Viscose
It is hypoallergenic, allowing moisture to evaporate and dry quickly. In addition to being naturally hypoallergenic and anti-fungal, it is also odor resistant and naturally regulates body heat. Micro-gaps aid in ventilation by trapping in cool air during hot seasons and traps warm air during cold seasons. This means you stay cooler during the summer and a few degrees warmer during the winter. This makes it great specifically for people with sensitive skin and/or allergies.
It has natural UV protection to protect your peanuts from sun rays in comfort.
NOT ALL BAMBOO IS CREATED EQUAL
There are many ways to produce bamboo. Here at Posh Peanut, we are dedicated to giving back to our planet. Eco-friendly- bamboo is one of the fastest-growing plants on earth. It requires very little water and grows 3-4ft a day without any fertilizers. Since our bamboo is made without any harsh chemicals, we are proud to say our products are made ethically using the highest standards in textile.
- Rosa Parks
- Womens Empowerment
- history lesson
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Granddaughter wore this to her uncle’s wedding. She was adorable
I originally came here just for the name. My granddaughters nickname is Peanut so i thought i will check it out. I am glad i did, i love the designs and the quality of the product. Very soft, beautiful colors and quick delivery. I will be ordering more in the future.
Love the design and the softness, love the meaning behind the little girl on the outfit. The colors and the print all pop i am very pleased. As is my daughter as this is a gift.
Bright colors, very soft. I bought this as a gift and was very pleased with how soft the outfit was and how cute. It is a gift for my future grand daughter and my daughter loved it.
One of my favorite prints on my baby boy.