'Arc Rainbow' Onesie
The 'Arc Rainbow' onesie is our way of honouring Heaven Babies and letting other loss moms know that they are not alone. Whether you have lost a little one through miscarriage, still birth, or infant/child loss, we want to acknowledge you.
In our own journey of recurrent pregnancy loss, speaking our story out loud has allowed us to heal. We want to empower you to speak about your Heaven Baby and to know that despite your little one's absence from this earth, they will not be forgotten.
These onesies were created for wee ones on earth as a way to remember the ones in Heaven.
Original Arc Rainbow by Alexa Johnston Art.
A portion of the proceeds from our 'Heaven Baby' Collection will be donated to the Pregnancy & Infant Loss (PAIL) network. PAIL is dedicated to improving bereavement care and providing support to families who have suffered the loss of a pregnancy or the death of their baby/babies. To learn more go to The Pail Network.
All items from the 'Heaven Baby Collection' are printed + shipped from a warehouse in the USA, and are NOT available for local pickup. Shipping times vary depending on location. Customs/duty may apply.
About the bodysuit:
Dress your baby to the nines with this 100% cotton one piece. It has three snap leg closure for easy changing, a comfortable envelope neckline, and a beautiful print that's bound to get the baby all happy and giggling.
- 100% soft cotton*
- Comfortable envelope neckline
- Three snap leg closure
*Heather color is 52% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton 48% poly
|Width (inches)||9 3/8||9 7/8||10 3/8||10 7/8|
|Fits Baby Length (inches)||20-25||25-28||28-30||30-32|
|Fits Baby Weight (lbs) (lbs)||12-16||16-22||22-27||27-30|
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This onsie is absolutely beautiful and very true to size! My daughter loves it, only reason I'm giving a 4 out of 5 rating was because on the second time of her wearing it the stitching came undone around the armpit and I had to re sew it closed. I would definitely purchase again though as I think the popped stitch was a fluke