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I love Hanna Andersson, but they are pricey. We usually get Carters or Gymboree two-piece pjs when they go on sale. Sleepers don't last too long in our house b/c DD is so tall. Two-piece pjs have lasted us months.
LittleGus:We like Children's Place footie PJ's because they're tighter. DD is lean and has trouble standing up or keeping her feet in the feet part of other brands.
This here too.
Gap 2 piece (I get them at the Outlet).
I love Carters footies for winter (the only thing I l like from Carter's honestly).
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twatley:PS: I love the Faded Glory 2-piece organic cotton pjs. They are super soft and only $5, only downside is they run small.
They really do! They also really hold up well after being washed lots of times!
twatley: scoutkate:Hanna Andersson for sure. They are incredibly well-made, they fit really well, and B seems to sleep better when she wears them. They're expensive at full retail, though. I used to buy them on eBay for cheap until I found out our local Costco carries them for $7. Awesome.No way! Do they carry a lot of prints?
scoutkate:Hanna Andersson for sure. They are incredibly well-made, they fit really well, and B seems to sleep better when she wears them. They're expensive at full retail, though. I used to buy them on eBay for cheap until I found out our local Costco carries them for $7. Awesome.
I've never really looked at the boys' prints, but there are usually several different ones for girls!
Joy sleeps in nothing but a wool diaper cover and a thick blanket. I hate PJs.
MOTY right here, wootwoot!
eta pt. 1: I don't really know why I even answered this question. carry on people.
eta pt. 2: dammit twat, pick a sn already! :P
Here too! Second place is Gap or ON, but only on sale because I can't justify $20 for baby PJs.
scoutkate:Hanna Andersson for sure. They're expensive at full retail, though. I used to buy them on eBay for cheap until I found out our local Costco carries them for $7. Awesome.
This. I recently picked up a couple pairs at Costco as well, and we also have a Hanna Andersson outlet in my town. For long and lean babies, the Old Navy cotton footed PJs are nice a snug, although my LO is so tall that he grows out of them in just a couple months. Hanna Andersson has some footless zip up PJs that we are going to do with socks this winter.
For tight fitting: Hanna Anderson from Costco and Sweet Ivy/Did too from Nordstrom. They are a great price during the Anniversary sale and come in cute prints. They are a little heavier weight than the other brands mentioned so they don't stretch out and lose their shape like the other brands.
For blanket sleepers: Carters or Nordstrom.