Children’s clothing Rockin ‘CHIVE | Funny Onesies For Kids | The Chivery

Break the scale of cuteness with children’s clothing from CHIVE

Here at The Chivery we are one big family. Whether it’s a chapter of Chiver in a remote state or our brothers in another country, we’re all in the same boat and we’re one big, happy, semi-dysfunctional family doing shit for the sake of it. greater good.

So naturally we had to create a children’s clothing section of The Chivery filled with kids ‘jumpsuits and fun kids’ jumpsuits.

These little Chivers and Chivettes will rule the world one day. They are the future, after all. If we take the time to raise them properly, right now, and expose them to the most critical and important things at a young age, we can mold them and shape them into responsible and respectable people who will make us proud.

Of course, a Dilly Dilly jumpsuit probably doesn’t have the same impact as exposing them to classical music and reading for long periods of time. But it’s culture, and kids need culture – and I’m not just talking about sprinkling yogurt on themselves and everything else.

Toddlers are a mess, right?

Funny children’s clothes are as much for them as they are for you. Think about how your kids will be socialized as other Chivers and strangers can’t help but stop and admire Bill Murray Onesie. We guarantee the “pants are bullshit” suits will be a topic of conversation.

Let’s face it. The children did. We all know pants are bullshit and if those onesies were adult size our shipping and logistics wouldn’t be able to keep up with orders.

For now, you will have to live vicariously through your children. So order the children’s clothes, fam. Start growing the crop with these fun onesies for kids or just spring for the KCCO shirt, so your genetic clones can represent theCHIVE in style and raise hell on our behalf.

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