This Baby Onesie Allows Your Kid To Help Clean While Learning To Crawl

Keeping the house tidy is an endless and weary task that never quite seems finished, especially when you have a little one (or multiple little ones) roaming about. If you want to start teaching your kids the value of doing chores a little extra early in life, here's a fun onesie with a built-in mop so that crawling can also mean cleaning.

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Padded In All The Right Places

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The onesie is made by a company called "Baby Mop", and the mopping pads are strategically placed on the forearms and the front of the legs to maximize the baby's cleaning ability.

The onesie comes in three different sizes depending on the age of the infant and ranges from three to twelve months old.

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But Don't Worry, It Looks Super Cute On Kids

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Not only is this mopping onesie helpful when it comes to cleaning and a super cute outfit, but it also provides a benefit to the baby. The soft mop padding helps to prevent injuries and soreness on the baby's limbs as they crawl around on the floor, so everybody wins!

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The Whole Thing Is Very Soft

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The mopping pads are made of an ultra-soft microfibre material that is gentle on both your child and your floor surface. In order to clean the Baby Mop Onesie, you just need to throw it into the regular wash cycle.

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All You Need To Do Set 'Em Down And Let Them Get To Work

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This two-function onesie retails for $29.99 and so far has mostly 5-star reviews. A few reviewers joke that this would be a hysterical baby shower gift for expecting parents.

The product description itself doesn't shy away from jokes, suggesting you can "witness the moment when a person becomes useful for the first time in its life". I mean, it's not like your baby will realize it's a human Roomba.