White Girls Grateful Dead Bear Trip Baby Short Sleeve Onesie®
About the product:
The custom short-sleeve baby Onesie® is built from 100% cotton rib. This makes for a comfortable, secure fitting for newborns and toddlers. The neckline is constructed with a lap shoulder. This inclusion assists with manipulating the fabric around the baby’s head. The bottom has a snap closure - designed with easy changing in mind. Both legs have ribbed openings for stability.
.: 100% rib cotton .: Expandable lap shoulder neckline .: Bottom snap closure .: Printed care label inside .: Onesies® Brand tag on left leg seam
The story behind the "Dancing" Bears:
A series of stylized bears who appear to be dancing was drawn by Bob Thomas as part of the back cover for the album History of the Grateful Dead, Volume One (Bear's Choice) (1973). Thomas reported that he based the bears on a lead sort from an unknown font. The bear is a reference to Owsley "Bear" Stanley, who recorded and produced the album. Bear himself wrote, "the bears on the album cover are not really 'dancing'. I don't know why people think they are; their positions are quite obviously those of a high-stepping march."