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Baby Onesie With A Built-In Mop Lets Little Ones Clean While They Learn To Crawl

Doing regular chores is important for children. It helps them learn how to take responsibility for their things and how to help around the house.

Now a hilarious and useful invention is allowing even the smallest members of the family to learn these lessons.

Most parents know that once a baby arrives, suddenly the focus is on them and only them.

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Parents learn pretty quickly that it becomes a real challenge to get much done with a baby around and that includes chores.

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But on the bright side, it's never too early to get your kids learning about the importance of tidying up.

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Thanks to one company, now you can get even your youngest child sweeping and mopping with this onesie that comes with a built-in mop.

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The Baby Mop is available on Amazon in a variety of sizes.

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The onesie features microfiber dusters on the arms and legs. As your baby crawls, they'll also help pick up any dust and dirt along the way.

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The outfit is available in a number of colors and styles.

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They retail on Amazon for about $20-$30. Seems like a solid baby shower gift to me!

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Now, while we can't verify how well this will actually clean your floors, we can say that it is hilarious.

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Even if your kid doesn't look super fashionable in it, it's good for a few funny pictures.

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And many reviewers on Amazon seem to agree that it makes a great gag gift.

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If you or someone you know is expecting a baby, be sure to gift them one of these. I'm sure they'll love it.

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If you're confused on how to actually use this thing, some of the brands even include a humorous manual.

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We strongly suggest that you avoid turning your baby into a full-on Swiffer.

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If your baby is going to be crawling around on the floor anyways, they may as well do some cleaning while they're at it, right?

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The way I see it, the baby gets some exercise and you get some help with the chores. It's a win-win!

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