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My First Purim Infant Ts, Onesies and BIbs


Purim is almost here. This year it’s on February 24, 2013.

Dressing the baby for Purim may be difficult. Babies don’t like to be dressed and won’t be comfortable in most costumes for very long.  Diaper changes are a real hassle. Buy them a Purim onesie, bib, hat, t shirt or blanket instead and make life much easier for yourself.

Here are our suggestions:

My First Purim Onesie

Let’s Party!

My First Purim  Long Sleeve Onesie

Be Happy. It’s Purim!

My First Purim Dancing Hamentash Bib

Yum Yum!

These designs on available on infant t shirts, bibs, onesies, gowns, hats, and blankets.  Check them out here.

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Purim T Shirts and Gifts


Hope everyone had a fun Tu B’Shevat.

Speaking of fun, the next Holiday on the Jewish calendar is Judaism’s most fun filled-the festival of Purim. Purim begins after sunset on February 23 and ends an hour after sunset on February 24. In Jerusalem, it’s also celebrated on February 25.

We know about Purim from the Book of Esther. Tradition calls for the story to be read twice on Purim from a scroll called the Megillah. It is read at the beginning of the Holiday at night and on the following morning.

On Purim we read the story of beautiful young lady named Esther who, about 2300 years ago,  was chosen by the Persian King, Achashverosh, to be his queen. Although Jewish, she did not reveal her heritage to the king.  The king’s top minister, named Haman, hated the Jews particularly because a Jew named Mordechai, (who unbeknownst to Haman) was Esther’s uncle, refused to bow down to him. Haman got  King Achashverosh to agree to a decree that on a particular day all Jews in the Persian empire were to be killed. Mordechai informed Esther of the decree and, through some fortuitous events, Esther gets the King to change the decree.  The Jews are saved, Haman is hung and Mordechai becomes the King’s top advisor.

Purim is celebrated by giving charity to the poor, exchanging food gifts with friends, being joyous and celebrating with a big Holiday meal.

For further information about Purim, click here.

To celebrate this joyous holiday, it is customary for kids, and often adults,  to dress up in costumes. Here’s a link to a short video  of Purim in Israel.

We don’t sell costumes at However, we do have funny shirts and hats for those who want to wear Purim garb. We also carry Purim themed gifts to bring to the Purim party host or hostess.

Here are a few of the best sellers:

Purim Queen Esther T

A real beauty.

My First Purim

Let’s Party.

Obama Purim Hat

Help close the budget deficit.

Got Hamentashen Mug

Yum, Yum, Yum!

These are but some of the designs and products on which our Purim designs appear. To see our entire Purim collection, click here.

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