Oh say, can you see... how many icons of American history you can spot on this hand-drawn, exclusive National Museum of American History Children's Romper? The lively print captures some of the most important and fascinating artifacts in the collection, like President Lincoln’s famous top hat, Faith Bradford's beloved doll house, and all kinds of vehicles from early bicycles to a jet airplane. This zip-up romper is made at a small-batch, female-run factory in Peru using 100% Peruvian pima cotton. Hand-sourced and blended with longer staple threads, durable pima cotton is the softest and most luxurious on the market, and it is also naturally hypoallergenic and chemical free to protect your little one's sensitive skin.
The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History, Behring Center, is responsible for the collection, care, and preservation of more than three million objects.
Created in collaboration with Joy Street Kids
Joy Street Kids is a small, Boston-based kids pajama and apparel brand. Each and every Joy Street Kids print is hand-drawn and designed with love by founder and mom, Eliza Ferrel. The collection is produced at a small-batch, female run factory in Peru using the coziest Pima Cotton on the market.
Eliza's thematic and location-based prints are intended to spark conversation and discovery. Children and adults alike will learn about the Smithsonian through exploring the icons, elements, and riddles scattered throughout each print.
- 100% Pima cotton
- Zipper with snap closure
- Sizes: 0-3 Months to 12-18 months
- Sizes 9-12 months and over do not have footies
- Machine wash cold, tumble dry low
- Made in Peru