The sweetest floral for a sweetheart! Gorgeous shades of pink make up this beautiful Valentine's Day print!
Comfy for them. Easy for you. The best sleepwear (or all day wear) around for your little ones. Now for the details:
- Made of the softest, stretchiest bamboo viscose fabric that feels like butter. It is gentle on sensitive skin and perfect for year-round wear.
- No snaps, buttons or interior tags. Easy for you, comfy for baby!
- Extra length. Simply roll up the arms/legs as needed. This, combined with the extra stretchy fabric allows sizing to be very flexible. Need sizing help? Size chart can be found here.
- No chemicals. Do you know most pajamas are treated with harsh chemicals that make them flame-resistant? Ours are designed to fit snugly in accordance with all CPSC regulations.
- 95% viscose from bamboo; 5% spandex. Machine wash on cold.
Little Sleepies is proud to donate a portion of each and every sale to Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer.
If you need other specific measurements or a sizing recommendation, don't hesitate to contact us.
WHY VISCOSE FROM BAMBOO?
We spent over a year researching fabrics and blends for our pajamas. Comfort, durability, and sustainability were key. We absolutely fell in love with the viscose from bamboo/spandex blend we created: It's the softest, most buttery fabric we’ve ever felt, has incredible stretch, and has an unparalleled range of benefits:
- It's gentle on sensitive skin and eczema.
- It's breathable but also holds body heat. Viscose from bamboo fabric has micro-gaps, which aid in ventilation, meaning they trap cool air in the summer and warm air in the winter to help regulate your little’s body temperature. This means they stay a few degrees cooler in the summer months, and a few degrees warmer in the winter months.
- It's sourced from the bamboo plant, a self-sustainable resource. Bamboo is one of the fastest growing plants on earth (it can grow 3-4 feet per day without any chemicals or fertilizers), requires very little water and releases 35% more oxygen into the atmosphere than hardwood trees.