Star Trek is one of the longest-running sci-fi franchises on the planet. Trekkies come in all ages and that’s why we feature Star Trek baby clothes and onesies for the next generation of fans. Rest assured, if you are purchasing for your own family or as a gift for a friend, you’ll find the best selection of Star Trek baby clothes below.
How cool would it be if our children could actually grow up to work on a giant space station or starship? I don’t have a lot of confidence in that happening any time soon, but this Star Trek Starfleet Cadet onesie keeps hope alive.
Space is the final frontier, that’s true in real life and in Star Trek. Your little one gets to grow up discovering and learning so many things that we can only imagine are possible. That’s awesome.
There is no better well wish for the new baby in your life than the immortal phrase, “live long and prosper”. Spock really knew what was up. The classic hand symbol is really what any baby needs for some super classy (and way retro) baby wear.
Let the world know your kiddo will always be number one (even when you’re dealing with number twos) with this onesie featuring the ever-dashing William Riker.
You obviously know how we feel about poo jokes. And we imagine if you are looking here for gift ideas, you probably feel the same way. In fact, the only person we can think of who might not get a chuckle at this onesie is probably Spock, and he’s a special case.
I LOVE these rompers. If you had triplets, you could have a little academy of your own with command red, yellow, and blue uniforms for your little cadets.
Don’t fret, Spock doesn’t smile for just anyone. Although, I do recall a couple of episodes where Kirk gets Spock to crack a grin. Kirk could be a big baby sometimes, though.
You’re not hardcore unless you live hardcore. Exploring space for years at a time is way hardcore. Get your little bundle of illogic started right. Hopefully, you guys can figure the prosper part out later on.
They’re cute, furry, and multiply faster than rabbits. Actually, they multiply faster than Gizmo jumping in a pool. However, we still love them and want them in our house. Get your child a tribble today!
Ignoring this would be illogical. Are you (or your infant) more the science officer than command or engineer type? If so, you need this Starfleet blue uniform creeper. Live long and… you know.
Some would say that your little one is the captain now, but maybe they are a little young to go gallivanting off on space adventures. Definitely a possibility for the future, however.
Speaking of captains, why not simply dress your baby up as one now. You know who is in charge. Your little one is the captain of this crew. Hope you’re keeping a stardate log of all their adventures.
What’s your favorite Star Trek crew? A lot of people would argue that the Next Generation is best. I’m not getting into that debate, but your infant is definitely the next generation of your family. See what I did there?
How can you resist cuddles from your little baby? It’s tough, right? Well, not so much when they are screaming bloody murder. I love the little blocks in this design, they look like the Borg’s Cube.
Do you ever find yourself talking to your baby like they can understand what you’re saying? How about asking them for advice? I think it’s pretty normal, and the advice we tend to get back from our little ones is about as trustworthy as what I discover on Google.
It’s in a book or in this case maybe it’s on TV. I still sing the Reading Rainbow theme in the shower. Is that weird? Also, how does Forge see with these glasses? Are they even glasses?
Spock didn’t seem like the partying type, so I’m not sure if it’s really fun to party like a Vulcan. Your baby isn’t much for parties either unless it involves eating or cuddles. Maybe partying like a Vulcan involves deep philosophical conversations. That could be fun.
As parents, we like to think we’re in control, but as insecure adults, we know who’s really flying this spaceship. Let the world know who is really in charge with this romper.
Is it really the uniform or is it their brain? Maybe it’s simply Spock’s ears. I’m not sure what it is, but I think lots of people love Star Trek. Or are we talking about babies? Is it babies in Star Trek uniforms? Well, we feature that as well.
Teleportation theory rarely involves discussing which beverages can be instantly sent to babies. However, I’m sure you’d like to beam up a bottle to your baby while you can enjoy snoozing in your bed for another ten minutes.
Shots fired, Disney. Not every kid wants to grow up as a spoiled pampered princess. Some want to grow up to take on the Klingons or Borg and make astounding discoverers on the edge of the Universe.
If you are looking for a design that captures the original TV series, then your search is over. Now you’ll have to teach your little one all the names of the crew featured on the romper. Good luck with that!
Some would say that the engineers on board the Enterprise are the most important crew members on the ship. That might be a true statement, but I like to think that Jones is the most important and the saltiest.
The Enterprise is the most famous starship next to probably… the Millennium Falcon. If you nerd out on the design aspects of the ship, then you can share that enthusiasm with your little one by dressing them in this romper.
A favorite weapon of Klingons, the Bat’leth was introduced during The Next Generation. This one illustrated on the romper has been modified to make sure no one gets hurt.
Captain Jean Luc Picard is among one of the most known leaders in television and film. He’s also lovable by fans everywhere. The same could be said for Kermit the Frog. Both are natural leaders and lovable characters. As you can see, we’ve really tried to cover it all with these Star Trek baby clothes.
There are some seriously devoted Klingon fans out there. They spend hundreds of dollars on their cosplay and attend all the sci-fi conventions. This romper is for that family, especially if there’s a dad who dresses up like Worf every Halloween.
Don’t worry moms we got you covered. Dads and moms can both love Star Trek equally. There’s no gender bias in this sci-fi show. Now moms can proudly display their geeky love of this science fiction masterpiece on the infant.
A baby outfit isn’t complete without some little booties to go with it. These are handmade based on your little one’s foot size. You can even request different characters. Check it out!
This set is the perfect gift for a nerdy Trekkie family. It comes with a bib, burp cloth, and a pacifier clip. How awesome is that? Make sure you select Star Trek under Fandom and the color from the product page.