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Pluto Onesie 6M black
Pluto Onesie
Pluto Onesie 6M black

#149: Pluto Onesie black 6M

$18.99

  • Young babies of all shapes and sizes will fit like a glove in this fullbody suit
  • Combed ringspun cotton and polyester make this bodysuit as soft as a pillow
  • Flatlock stitched seams mean that your baby will be wearing this outfit often until they grow out of it
  • Your child has enough to fuss about but itchy tags won’t be one of them with an EasyTear label

Please allow 2 - 4 business days for shipment.

From birth to 24 months, this Rabbit Skins Infant Baby Rib Bodysuit is the epitome of pure comfort for your little fashion model. It's made with combed ringspun cotton and polyester and is made with strong bindings on the neck, shoulders, sleeve, and leg openings. With flatlock stitched seams and fabric that is always soft to the touch no matter how many times it's worn, this bodysuit is going to make your baby look even cuter than ever.

Based on Comic #149: Earth Says I'm Not A Real Planet

A despondent Pluto laments to a gruff Mars, "Earth says I'm not a real planet." Mars responds, "Yeah, that's cuz you're not."

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The Story Behind #149: Earth Says I'm Not A Real Planet

There is a clear divide in our household. On one side we have the more-cerebral, less-emotion camp; and on the other side we have the more-emotion, less-cerebral camp. This comes to a head every time we talk about the designation of Pluto as a dwarf planet.

One of the qualities I appreciate most about engineering, and science in general, is the emphasis on precision of language. Scientists use very specific terminology to describe things, events, measurements, etc. This focus helps resolve conflicts, and removes a lot of ambiguity, especially when you start working with complex systems like Particle Physics, Engineering, and Astronomy. In August of 2006 the IAU (International Astronomical Union) created an official definition for the term "planet". This definition would be the beginning of the end of Pluto's spot among the planets orbiting the Sun.

"Why? Why would we do such a horrible thing?" my wife asks. "Can't we just grandfather Pluto in?" My mind immediately begins pondering the consequences of "grandfathering in" old scientific findings for nostalgic purposes. This is a foundational aspect of science: new information forces us to reconsider old truths. As long as humans have been looking up we've known there were lights in the night sky that moved differently from all the others. The English word "planet" literally comes from the Ancient Greek word "planasthai" which means "to wander". Some cultures thought these were the souls of the deceased, others thought they were deities. It wasn't until technology gave humans the ability to physically see planets that we were able to appreciate them for what they really are. This takes us back to the question the IAU was trying to answer with their definition, what are planets?

The definition of a planet is fairly dry and space-nerdy: the object must orbit the Sun, the object must be massive enough to be rounded by its own gravity, the object must have cleared the neighborhood around its orbit. Unfortunately, Pluto only meets two of these three criteria. Since the early-1990's over 2,000 objects have been observed in the Kuiper belt (that's generally Pluto's neighborhood) and contemporary mathematical models show that there are probably orders of magnitude more tiny objects floating around out there. It is for this reason that in September of 2006 Pluto officially lost its designation as the 9th planet in our solar system.

Neither my wife nor I are professional astronomers, so our personal opinions will never carry any weight in the scientific community. However, I do know one thing for certain: regardless of Pluto's official designation, it will always hold a special place in our hearts and minds.


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The Story Behind taleas Onesies

Trust me, I know it's not easy being a parent.

Babies are lovely and a source of bright light in your life, don't get me wrong, but they can also be...a lot.

And there is nothing worse than a baby who is fussy and upset about what he or she is wearing. The crying, the screaming, the fussing and pouting - it doesn't get much more frustrating than that.

But have no fear, Taleas is here! With our custom-made Taleas onsies, your little guy or gal is going to feel like they are comfortably wrapped up in a cloud. Are you ready to see your child smile? You better be because they will be doing that a lot when they're wearing these adorable outfits.

True comfort is paramount in a onesie and that's exactly what's promised with these. Each one is made with 90% cotton and 10% polyester. That means the onesie will conform and move naturally with those cute little arms and legs you love so much. Each onesis is created with a three-snap closure that will keep the bodysuit on and safely secure no matter how much your baby boy or girl wiggles around.

Double-needle stitched ribbed binding might not mean a lot to you but it sure will to your child, because that guarantees strong, reliable fabric that won't fall apart, rip, or degrade over time.

Plus, you can't forget the amazing designs on these onesies! Each piece of Taleas original art is created with vibrant color and a unique style that is truly unlike anything else in your little kid's wardrobe. What better way to instill a great sense of humor in your young son or daughter?


Frequently Asked Questions

⏱ How long will it take to ship my rad new pluto onesie?

It usually takes about 2 - 4 business days to make, pack and ship onesies. If anything comes up I'll email you and let you know.

💰 How much is shipping?

Free for U.S. domestic orders. For more details check out the taleas shipping policies.

📦 Where does taleas ship onesies from?

The pluto onesie ships from Austin, Texas.

🪃 Is there a return policy?

Yep! 30 days for undamaged paper goods and unworn/unwashed clothes. If the product arrives busted please email us at hello@taleas.com or give us a call at 1-833-580-0600 so we can get the issue taken care of.

🤔 What if I have more questions?

Send me a message at hello@taleas.com. I design every product that I sell and am happy to answer any questions that you have.