Is there anything more cuddly than a baby in soft, cozy PJs? If you’re looking for some new styles, or pajamas with temperature control or made from organic cotton, then you’ve come to the right place. Here are our favorite winter pajamas for your sleeping beauty.
The Convertible Pajama is a game-changer in the diaper-changing world. The bottom of these footie pajamas has an inseam zipper (no snaps!) to make swapping a diaper easier, while keeping baby mostly covered and cozy. To keep kids comfortable, the soft bamboo-rayon fabric regulates body temperature, wicks moisture and is hypoallergenic for sensitive baby skin. This super cute sleeper comes in three neutral colors and patterns, and in sizes to fit newborns up to 24 months.
Available at gunamuna.com, $30.
Just in time for the chilly winter months, Zutano recently released a line of organic cotton pajamas (Big Bear theme pictured above; check out the entire collection). Choose from oh-so-soft and stretchy two pieces and one-piece zippered sleepers. All picks are eco-friendly, GOTS certified 100% organic cotton without any lead, phthalates or flame retardant chemicals.
Available at zutano.com starting at $32.
Baby and children’s sleepwear brand Westyn Baby uses super-soft fabrics in creamy pastel colors. What could be more soothing and gentle on baby’s delicate skin? The PJ materials are lightweight and breathable so your little one doesn’t overheat, and there are no irritating tags to deal with. These long-sleeve sets come in seven beautiful shades.
Available at westynbaby.com.
In addition to eco-friendly activewear for babies and toddlers, Lark Adventurewear also has baby sleepwear like the Ultimate Zip Footie for sleeping and lounging around the house. The company uses moisture-wicking technology to keep sweaty babies comfy and cool no matter what. The footie provides full coverage and is designed with grippy feet for when your little one starts walking.
Available at larkadventurewear.com.
Clover Baby & Kids
The best part of waking up early (gee thanks, baby) is this Bacon and Eggs Footie. The onesie comes in two colors (petal and haze) and is made with a long-lasting viscose-spandex blend that allows for lots of tossing and turning in the crib, and then playing around the breakfast table the next morning.
Available at cloverbabyandkids.com, $34.
Any parent worth their salt knows why Hanna Andersson PJs are so popular: They’re comfortable, have bold prints, and they last forever! The Baby Zip Sleeper in Organic Cotton comes in a number of prints: flowers, dinosaurs, hearts, animals, fruits, trucks and more. And it maintains its softness and bright colors after washing.
Available at hannaandersson.com.
Another modern classic—at a great price, Burt’s Bees organic cotton zipped pajamas have a roomy fit and non-slip grips on the bottom of the feeties so baby doesn't slip. Expect a smart design with a protective snap-tab zipper cover and interior zipper guard. Fits babies up to 9 months and comes in pink, light green, heather gray and navy blue.
Available at burtsbeesbaby.com, $13.95.
Quilted sleepers can be hard to come by, but Baby Deedee has them in a bevy of colors with warm footies and zippers, including one in between the legs for easier diaper changes. Soft cotton fabric means these are a safe, flame-retardant-free alternative to fleece PJs, and non-skid soles keep your cruiser safe during any pre- or post-sleep exploring.
Available at babydeedee.com, $30.50.
Primary is your best bet for best-in-class basics. These organic ring-spun cotton zippered footie pajamas come in a rainbow of beautiful colors. The fit is snug for safety, and sizes 9 months and up come with non-skid soles. Comes in cute stripes and seasonal colors, as well as in a romper (no feet).
Available at primary.com, $14.50.
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