Oh my goodness - after three beautiful grandsons, my son and daughter-in-law have now blessed us with our first granddaughter, and I was just so tickled to come across this little dress... not only am I disappointed, I'm downright angry at the FALSE ADVERTISING, and at Amazon for including both reviews of the obviously original darling product shown in the photo accompanying this listing (manufactured by Ganz, which is headquartered in Canada), and the totally different product I received (with a label stitched into the onesie saying "Samgami baby")! WHERE do I begin?!

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