Parenting

25 funny baby onesies that will get giggles

Having a baby is an amazing experience, but it’s also a hard one. Keeping your sense of humor is a surefire way to maintain your sanity during those first few sleep-deprived months. A funny onesie is a great way to keep your own spirits high while also giving others a good chuckle. You only have a couple years before your child will learn the word No and develop their own sense of fashion, so this is your chance to dress your baby however you want — why not enjoy it? These funny baby onesies are sure to bring a laugh — and who knows, maybe even Baby’s first giggle.

Sure, you nailed it, but way to take all of the credit from your mother there, Baby. (CafePress, $18)

For the baby who loves to rock out to the ABCs. (Kidtude, $17)

Remember when being awake at 3 a.m. meant you were having an epic night instead of an exhausting one? (CafePress, $18)

For the gamer couple who’s forming their very own World of Warcraft guild, one baby at a time. (CafePress, $18)

Though chances are good that if they’re in the stroller right after a snack your baby will, in fact, be riding dirty. (CafePress, $18)

Because twins always have both an accomplice and a scapegoat. (Uniquely Funny Shirts/Etsy, $20)

You can’t wait for your computer to load, but a loaded diaper is a completely different story. (CafePress, $18)

Because living with your parents is very different at 4 months than at 40. (CafePress, $18)

By the time you’re 40 weeks pregnant, all you want is for them to vacate the premises. (CafePress, $18)

There’s no way to read this onesie without getting the song stuck in your head. (CafePress, $18)

Baby snuggles are the best. (ModernOliveStudio/Etsy, $16)

This onesie is anything but vanilla. (CafePress, $18)

Finally, a math problem everyone can understand! (Mainely Baby Boutique/Etsy, $15)

Because science nerds are cute too. (CafePress, $18)

For the baby who’s hanging tough with all the right stuff. (Pressin/Etsy, $11)

This adorable goat onesie will get all the Facebook likes. (CafePress, $18)

How does something so small make such a big mess? (CafePress, $18)

Because babies never need a filter on their photos. (BaffleGear/Etsy, $15)

This onesie sums up life with an infant perfectly. (CafePress, $18)