My Quaranteenie

Not everyone was social distancing during the COVID-19 quarantine. **wink wink, nudge nudge**  

In honor of some of the precious children that were brought into this world during the pandemic and following months, we have the “I’m a Quaranteenie” onesie. The sweet babies born this year are wonderful reminders that the first year of the pandemic wasn’t all bad. 

Whether conceived or simply born during the quarantine, let your little one brag about coming into the world during one of the strangest times in American history.  

Visit the sites below to purchase these adorable onesies and shirts online:

DPGazette.com/1pink

DPGazette.com/1blue

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