If your kid is anything like mine, their closet is probably filled with one-piece, romper-style pajamas. They’re cute. They’re warm. But they’re not practical.
Sure it’s great having one piece because you don’t have to worry about matching outfits or losing one piece of a coordinating set (my husband ALWAYS reaches for a one-piece when he’s in charge). It makes laundry a little simpler. But kids of romper-wearing age are typically also of diaper-wearing age. In order to check if a diaper needs to be changed (when the sniff test is questionable) you have to completely undress your child to get at the diaper in question. Or when you KNOW that diaper has to be changed, same thing, you’ve got to strip them down because the zipper is at the top. It’s not always a big deal, unless it’s a middle-of-the-night diaper change, a mid-nap diaper change, you’re in public, or your toddler (like mine) turns into an MMA fighter when it comes to getting dressed…okay, it’s usually a big deal.
And the footie versions of these jammies work great to keep those tiny toes warm, but the little grippy bottoms? Useless. I swear they just make it worse. My daughter looks like she’s on ice when she hits the kitchen floor.
Enter the Simplesuit by Nash & Cally.
The Simplesuit solves every issue with traditional one-piece PJs:
- Suspect that a diaper change may be necessary? Use the Peek-a-Poo opening in the back to sneak a peek!
- If you do indeed need to change a diaper, the two-way zipper allows you to zip up from the ankle so there’s no need to fully undress.
Fold-Over Foot and Hand Cuffs
- The fold over cuffs at the foot openings create a footie pajama for warmth while sleeping and can easily be folded back when you don’t need them – you know, so you can have a pre-bedtime dance party without slipping.
- The 0-9 month size also has cuffs at the wrists for little babes who might accidentally scratch while sleeping.
There are several bright bold patterns (like this dreamy one, aptly named Floral Dream) as well as a more gender-neutral black solid option to choose from. The Simplesuit is made right here in the USA and is a mix of cotton (95%) and spandex (5%), providing just enough stretch for comfort while complying with all Consumer Product Safety Commission’s tight-fitting garment regulations.
So do yourself a favor and head on over to the Nash & Cally website to grab a few of these Simplesuits. Parenting is hard. Don’t make it harder with impractical pajamas. You’re going to love the peek-a-poo 😉
Nash & Cally generously provided us with the Simplesuits featured here for free in exchange for our review. All opinions are my own and are 100% honest.