Gerber 3-Piece Micro Fleece-Set, Pant & Cap Set
Top And Cap: 100% Polyester; Bottom: 100% Cotton
Includes a half-zip pullover, active pants, and cap
The pullover features a half-zip design and a kangaroo pocket
Active pants feature a gentle elastic waistband for comfort
Adjustable comfort cuff on cap and fun, 3-cold design details
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Gerber 3 Piece Micro Fleece Set
Keep your little guy looking sharp in this Gerber 3-Piece Micro Fleece-Set
This Gerber 3-Piece Micro Fleece-Set,
It includes everything you’ll need to make a complete outfit right out of the package.
- Top And Cap: 100% Polyester; Bottom: 100% Cotton
- Size: 0-3M
- Machine Wash
- Includes a half-zip pullover, active pants, and cap
- The pullover features a half-zip design and a kangaroo pocket
- Active pants feature a gentle elastic waistband for comfort
- Adjustable comfort cuff on cap and fun, 3-cold design details
- Makes a complete, coordinated outfit
Gerber‘s history & heritage
In 1867, Henri Nestlé, a pharmacist, was asked to look in on a neighbor’s child who couldn’t breastfeed. The baby thrived on the unique mixture Henri created.
Soon, Nestlé’s innovation—the world’s first infant food—was being sold throughout Europe, and the first infant food company, Farine Lactée Henri Nestlé, was launched.
Gerber Products Company also began with attention to one baby. Following the advice of her pediatrician in the summer of 1927, Dorothy Gerber started straining solid foods for her 7-month-old daughter Sally. After repeating this process many times, Mrs. Gerber suggested her husband try it.
She watched Dan make several attempts, and then he pointed out that the work of straining fruits and vegetables can be done quickly at their canning business, based in Fremont, Michigan. Workers in the plant began requesting samples for their babies, and the legacy of Gerber® baby foods began.
Nestlé and Gerber are committed to improving infant and child nutrition through innovation backed by solid research.
One of the most notable research efforts is the Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study (FITS), an ongoing initiative for the past 17 years to better understand the state of young children’s diets and related behaviors.
|Dimensions||12 × 9 × 1 in|
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