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2 piece pjs.
DS is tall so footed pj's don't last us very long. To keep his feet warm, we just put socks on him.
Fleece footed. We have a bunch from Carter's.
And, I also like the 2 piece long sets from Baby Gap and Carter's for Target brand, forgetting the name now...but in the winter I'll have to leave socks on him. I always leave him in a onesie so I don't worry about his shirt riding up.
DD was in the snap up onesies but they never seem to fit right and she gets very frustrated walking in them.
We just bought a bunch of amy coe pajamas (long) from BRU and like them.
We have mostly the Carter's two piece pj's and a few of these snap waist footed type too:
I'm thinking we're going to have to get 1 piece... DD will occasionally play in her diaper and she won't leave socks on, so it'll just make it easier. She's not walking yet though... I assume when she is walking 2 piece might be better for her.
I honestly try and get as many pairs as I can from our local resale shop because I can't see spending that much money on pjs (might not be as bad this year since her growth has slowed but last winter we went through 3 sizes in pjs!) I love Carters footed sleepers.
**Gretchen**:I still like footed zip ups. She moves like a mad woman in her sleep and one piece shirts always ride up. Plus, this helps keep her feet from getting cold.
Two-piece PJs, pants and short sleeves (long sleeves in colder months). I like the tighter ones because he can wear them with both sposies and CDs. The baggier pants fall off when he wears disposable overnight diapers.
We buy either actual Carter's or the off-brand they sell at Target. He's had Nick & Nora's before and they're nice. The N&N he had were a good flannel set with drawstring waist, which was great on really cold nights. I might get him a set of those again this year.