How heavenly! Squeeze bunny’s soft belly to hear the Our Father, Hail Mary and Glory Be spoken in a real child’s voice. A perfectly prayerful accompaniment to any bedtime snuggle routine. Embroidered cross and inspirational patterns make this the perfect baptism or baby shower gift.
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Recites treasured prayers with a squeeze of the belly. Baby-safe sound box with replaceable batteries and on/off power switch.
Style: Bunny rabbit. Angelic whites and neutrals with inspirational patterns and embroidered cross. Soft, wide-ribbed corduroy body with silky-smooth ears and legs.
Dimensions: 9” long body and head, 12″ with legs
Fabric: Cotton blend
Batteries: 3 LR54 replaceable batteries included
Care: Machine washable (with sound box removed)
Safety: Caring for children–body and soul–is our top priority, so we do conduct careful safety testing. Do not leave product in crib with child unattended.
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