10 Handmade Onesies With Family Pride

These baby onesies are as cute as they are clever with funny puns and adorable sayings that make a perfect gift for same-sex parents.

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January 18, 2018
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If you haven't been to a baby shower lately, onesies are a big deal. They're a great gift because it's part necessity and part entertainment. The pun game is strong with onesies, and it's fun for parents to share photos on social (especially when paired with a mustache pacifier). But for same-sex parents, options can be limited or unavailable at big-box baby stores. That's why we've rounded up our favorite handmade onesies from makers around the world. Some of these DIYers started making onesies to meet their own family's needs. If you're shopping for an LGBT family shower, check out these adorable and witty options.

For Rockstar Parents

This is the gift I’m buying for all same-sex parents forever. The embroidery by Sew Nerdy is intricate and realistic. It really looks like a biker tattoo. And when the baby outgrows the onesie, it can be upcycled into a piece of framed art or a Christmas ornament.

For the Halloween Obsessed

These onesies are perfect for baby's first Halloween.

For the Comic Fans

Pair this onesie with a tiny Clark Kent-inspired sweater for a complete hero look.

For Easter

This onesie is perfect for an Easter basket or a spring baby shower. For an extra laugh, use a giant plastic egg from the dollar store to wrap it.

Totally '80s

For children of the '80s, this onesie is totally awesome. The design comes in multiple colors, but is there anything more '80s than fuchsia?

For the Outdoorsy

If you're shopping for a couple who loves the outdoors, it doesn't get cuter than this.

For the Next HGTV Star

This excavator onesie is sure to bring a smile to any HGTV or DIY Network fan.

For Dinosaur Lovers

Babies and dinosaurs are always a win, but this adorable pun is sure to be a crowd-pleaser at LGBT Pride events.

For Mother's Day

This onesie is perfect for family photos or new parents' first Mother's Day or Father's Day as a family.

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