N is for NASA Bodysuit
Future Rocket Scientist
You can't force your little one to become a rocket scientist when they grow up, but you can plant the idea early. Really early. Starting with those ABCs. Who's a smart little aerospace engineer?
A is for Asteroids that we will probably visit before you grow upThis white tagless (because let's face it - babies don't need laundry instructions) bodysuit is made from 100% cotton, featuring short sleeves with lap shoulders and reinforced three-snap closure for convenience. Machine wash cold with like colors, delicate cycle. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low. Imported.
B is for Buzz Aldrin who walked on the Moon
C is for Ceres, the largest object in the asteroid belt
D is for Dwarf planet (we'll discuss Pluto when you're older)