The weird thing is, it's like he knows this.
|Hee hee... I got her! (6 months)|
|You better work! (6 months)|
|Still posing at 11 months|
I don't put BG to bed in these because they don't have feet, and his nursery's not the warmest room in the world, so we use Carter's fleece-ish onesies (and still put socks and a bodysuit-onesie on underneath) for nighttime. But when we're chillin' around the condo during the day, the Hanna Andersson outfits are a great pick.
I started panicking because my friends' supply of them runs out after the size BG's currently wearing. So I just checked the brand's site for the first time and had a geek freak-out because of all of the Star Wars pajama options they offer for toddlers. Yeeessssssss.
The bottom line: While I only have experience with the sleepwear onesies from the Hanna Andersson brand, it sure seems like this company is pretty great overall. First off, they're Swedish. (That's my ancestry, so clearly the Swedes rock.) Secondly, their stuff is made out of 100% organic cotton with no harmful chemicals, and meets all kinds of crazy-high European standards. (Sad fact: the U.S. doesn't care much about chemicals in kids' clothing.) And then there's the whole cute-as-hell and comfy-looking-as-hell factor.
Are they the cheapest outfits ever? No. The sleepwear pieces you see above run between $28-$32 on the HA site. Thank goodness for my friends' kids! Ha.
Finally, I just found out that Hanna Andersson has some retail locations (and outlet stores!) across the U.S. Perhaps there's one by you?