Where we love to shop for jammies and why, tips for getting the most wear out of your toddler’s pjs,
and ten pairs we absolutely adore.
Adorable Toddler Boy Pajamas
There’s nothing quite like sliding into a fresh pair of cozy pjs…am I right? In the winter months, we basically live in ours, and I’m totally okay with that! Right from the beginning of my motherhood journey, I was aiming to find brands that make beautiful, safe, “good for you” jammies that were top quality but not a million dollars. I will admit, we’ve invested in some baby and toddler PJs, but it’s always been worth the money. Every. Single. Time. It’s a good place to invest, because your little ones spend a lot of time in their PJs!
Tips for Making Toddlers PJs Last
- No eating in them! Snacks are fine, but we’ve ruined so many pairs due to big supper stains.
- When your favourite PJs do sustain a stain, be sure to treat them with stain remover before popping them in the wash.
- Wash PJs in warm water, dry for 10 minutes, and then hang to dry.
- Buy good quality! (Trust me – worth it.)
- Rotate often. Buy six of seven pairs, and keep switching so there’s less wear and tear.
- Pick the right detergent. We use this lavender scented one because it’s chemical-free and smells great!
Where We Shop For Toddler Pajamas + Why
- Kyte Baby: Created by a Canadian mom whose daughter was dealing with chronic eczema and needed fabrics to keep cool. Kyte Baby product is all-natural bamboo. Wyatt’s been wearing his for over a year (a lot) and they’re still in great shape. Why? Besides the quality, I love supporting a fellow mompreneur.
- Whistle and Flute: These gender neutral, modern, playful PJs are 100% organic, bamboo-cotton blend. A husband and wife team run this company out of their home in Victoria. Why? Besides everything mentioned, the quality is really good and the design is unique.
- Bambie and Birdie: This line was created by two Canadian moms. Everything is ethically-made and eco-friendly. Why? They do mom and me matching sets!
- Gap: Some organic, some not but the cutest prints around. Why? Price point is good and they are one of the few big box stores that offer organic PJs.
More Places We Shop
- Old Navy: These are the good ol’ standbys to mix in with the good quality stuff. It’s always nice to have multiple pairs of jammies for little ones and not all of us can afford $50-$60 for every single pair. I usually pick up four sets a year from Old Navy and they’re never more than $14. Why? Cute for a good price.
- Hatley: The least expensive of the organic lines (that I’ve found). Amazing quality (Wyatt’s still look brand new after dozens of washes and wears. Why? Canadian-made, they give back with their brand, and their story is really cool (read it here).
- Nordstrom: They carry so many brands! Why? I like that I can find pieces I can’t necessarily pick up anywhere in Canada. If you shop their anniversary sale you can get a lot of bang for your buck!
- Parade Organics: I’m adding in this company out of Vancouver because I love their pieces so much! They’re mostly baby sleepwear but occasionally carry toddler sizing. Wyatt had a zippered sleeper from here when he was a year old, and we loved it. Why? Canadian-made and these jams are so well made with organic cotton and lasted through what seemed like millions of washes.
Adorable Toddler Boy Pajamas
1. Harry Potter Sleep Set | 2. Organic Bamboo Turtle PJs | 3. Super Tired Short Set | 4. Robosauce with Book Set 5. All Natural Bamboo Desert Two-Piece | 6. 101 Dalmatians | 7. All Natural Bamboo Blue Two-Piece | 8. Jungle Jamboree Set | 9. Breakfast Pajama Set
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