Your kid is ready to tackle potty training, and you’ve got all the tips and tricks ready to go. But, what about those lingering nighttime troubles, like whether to use a pull-up or go for underwear only? Lucky for you, one Dad came up with a brilliant and style-forward way to keep your kids dry through the night. Sound too good to be true? Keep reading to find out more.

What Is It?

PEEjamas are stylish, eco-friendly and functional pajamas that eliminate the need for nighttime diapers. They’re the brain-child of dad Craig Hammond, who faced the ongoing dilemma of putting his three-year-old in a pull-up (better sleep, but longer potty training) or going with underwear and risking the inevitable cold, wet midnight wake up call.

PEEjamas blew past its original Kickstarter goal of $16,000, and the huge response means there’s now a chance to snag larger sizes too: 5T, 6T & 7T. “There has really been no new product developed for parents beyond the ‘use-once-and-throw-away disposable diaper’ in several years, so crowdfunders are proving the time is right for the PEEjamas solution,” Hammond said.

How Does It Work?

PEEjamas are made with highly absorbent (can hold up to 10x their weight in liquid!), re-washable materials that capture and contain urine over the course of a night.

They can be washed over 300 times before they lose their absorbency, which means they’re a super saver when considering the cost of disposable diapers, and they’re an extremely sustainable potty training tool. Plus, it’s a lot less hassle to toss a pair of pajamas in the wash after an accident rather than a whole load of sheets, day after day after day.

How Do You Get Them?

They’re currently still in Kickstarter mode, but a simple pledge (they start at $35) will get you and yours a pair by July 2018.

See all the details (and get a pair) by clicking here. 

Would you buy these for your kid? Share with us in a comment below.

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All images courtesy PEEjamas