L'oved Baby Little Explorers Long-Sleeve Hooded Romper - Infants'

L'oved Baby Little Explorers Long-Sleeve Hooded Romper - Infants'
L'oved Baby Little Explorers Long-Sleeve Hooded Romper - Infants'
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Little Explorers Long-Sleeve Hooded Romper - Infants' by L'oved Baby
Keep the baby in your life warm and comfortable while they explore their new world in this hooded romper. This piece also thought about you, the care-taker, by making dressing and diaper changing easier.

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SKU: LBB0010
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