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Queen Bee onesie – The French Chihuahua

by Alicia on March 1, 2007 in Age 0-1 year, Age 1-3, Age 3-5, Baby & Kids Clothing

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Thefrench_big You all know my nickname for Madelyn; Princess Peanut. Well, every princess becomes a Queen right?  Madelyn shares her destiny with the world when she wears her Reine des Abeilles onesie from The French Chihuahua.

This is one of my all time favorite onesie’s on Madelyn. I love the ruffled shoulders and the little white bow on the neckline. They add a classy feel to the whimsical design.

The woman behind The French Chihuahua, Kathleen, was blessed with a daughter.. 7 weeks early which inspired her "Preemie Donna" design available for preemies under 7 pounds.

Other designs for girls include the ‘Papillion Social’ or Social Butterfly, and ‘La Jolie Princesse’ or Little Princess.  Designs for boys include ‘Diablotin’ which means Little Devil, and ‘Prince Charmant’ for Prince Charming.
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Every child deserves to look and feel like a prince or princess which parents can easily achieve with a French Chihuahua onesie.

Another detail I love about The French Chihuahua onesie is the tagless design. Besides being uncomfortable against baby’s delicate skin, Madelyn is all about finding the tags on her clothes and tugging or chewing on them. The French Chihuahua onesies feature the tag on the outside back of the piece so as to not irritate baby or get chewed on.

The French Chihuahua currently features eight beautiful designs with new designs on the way! The collection has a french, vintage flair. The pieces are made from a 210-220 GSM Cotton, is very sturdy and washes well.

Where to buy: The French Chihuhua

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