Our footed baby pajamas are designed to keep them warm, snug, and comfortable right down to their little toes! These one-piece, lightly quilted baby footie pajamas feature a snap fastener at the shoulders that can be done up for diaper changes.
Our lightest weight, warmest footed baby pajamas are designed to keep them warm and cozy right down to their little toes! This one-piece pajama features a lightly quilted design with soft cuffs and an adjustable waistband.
bundled up in our warm pajamas for baby, theyre sure to stay snug as a bug in a rug! These one-piece, lightly quilted baby footies feature a high collar and comfy cotton knit trim. They also have cute appliqués and embroidery, so you can tell your little ones apart even if theres more than one!
Our baby pajamas are designed to keep them warm and comfy, right down to their little toes! These one-piece footed bodysuits fit perfectly as infants grow into toddlers.
Our footed baby pajamas are designed to keep little ones warm, snug and comfortable. With a super soft hand and easy to put on design these baby footie pajamas are sure to be a staple in your little one’s wardrobe.
Warm Pajamas for Baby Boy
Let’s be real: You’ll do anything to help your baby sleep better (and get more rest yourself).
The first step in making that happen is dressing your little one in comfy pajamas—not too cold, not too hot and never scratchy—so they’re relaxed and ready for a long snooze (hopefully!).
Do newborns need pajamas?
Actually, many babies don’t sleep in pajamas until four to six months old. That’s because newborns require more middle-of-the-night diaper changes. Dressing your newborn in a one-piece bodysuit (the ones that look like undershirts with snap buttons in the diaper area) and then wrapping your child in a swaddle or a wearable blanket for warmth makes for quicker diaper changes.
If your baby doesn’t like to be swaddled, or you live in a colder climate, you can also dress baby in gowns when they’re newborns. These open at the bottom, so you can just pull the gown up, change the diaper and you’re done. No zippers or snaps.
When should you switch to pajamas? If your baby is moving more, rolling over or breaking out of their swaddle, it’s time to put them in some jammies.
What about flame-resistant warnings on baby pajamas?
The warnings found on children’s pajamas are a bit scary, but here’s the deal: children’s pajamas are required by law either to be treated with fire-retardant chemicals (from size 9M upward) or to be tight fitting. Because the flame-resistant chemicals used on pajamas have been linked to increased hyperactivity and lowered IQ in children, we recommend buying only untreated, tight-fitting pajamas.
How to choose baby pajamas
There are a few things to consider when shopping for baby jammies:
- Fit. The most important thing when shopping for baby pajamas is to make sure there are no hoods or loose-fitting tops that could pose a suffocation hazard. And, as noted above, the pajamas should have a snug fit.
- Weather. Blankets in the crib are a big no-no because they could ride up over your baby’s face. Instead, opt for thicker pajamas, wearable blankets or sleep sacks to keep your baby warm and safe. During warmer seasons, dress your little one in lighter pajamas so they don’t get overheated. If baby is flushed or sweaty, they need fewer layers.
- Closure style. Baby pajamas come in lots of different styles, including one-pieces with snaps/buttons, zippers or magnets, two-piece separates and gowns with openings at the feet. When considering any set of PJs, you’ll want to think about how you’ll access baby’s diaper for those middle-of-the-night changes and what’s quickest and easiest to deal with when you’re sleep-deprived at 2 a.m.
Ready to shop? We rounded up the best baby PJ makers for you.
Best Overall Footie Pajamas
Looking for baby pajamas that cover all the basics and then some? Thousands of parents agree that these footie jammies from Kyte Baby are top-ranking. With enclosed feet for warmth, grippy soles for traction, a dual zipper for super quick diaper changes and possibly the softest fabric ever (97% Bamboo Rayon), we have to agree that these PJs are particularly awesome. One caveat though: the price for just one can be a bit steep.
|Size Range||Newborn through 3-6 months|
Best Traditional Baby Gown
A gown is a great addition to baby’s nighttime wardrobe, especially during those first few months when you want something super quick and easy for frequent diaper changes. Babies can sometimes need multiple changes in the middle of the night, and zipping or buttoning footie pajamas can get old when you’re running on four hours of sleep (or fewer). Since gowns are open at the bottom, you can just slip the fabric up over baby’s legs and bottom, change the diaper, then slip the fabric back down. Easy peasy.
This four-pack of simple gowns from Gerber gets you more clothes per dollar, and parents love that these gowns have foldover mittens. If you’re looking for an organic option, Gerber also makes these gowns in organic cotton.
|Size Range||0-6 months|
Best Organic Baby Pajamas
Known for their organic products for almost every part of your life, Burt’s Bees brings organic goodness to their baby clothing. And these PJs are no exception. Soft, comfortable and breathable, these one-piece pajamas have attached feet to keep toes warm and non-skid bottoms to keep new walkers from slipping. Add in the zipper for easy nighttime changes (who has time to deal with buttons?), and it’s easy to see why these PJs are a favorite among Babylist parents.
|Size Range||Newborn through 6-9 months|
Best Quick-Closing Baby Pajamas
If you worry about catching your baby with a zipper, but snaps drive you crazy, then say hello to magnetic closures. These modal fabric footie pajamas feature magnets that are safe and easy to pull apart and put back together. Just line up the first pair and the rest snap into place like magic (2 a.m. you will be very thankful).
|Size Range||Newborn through 6-9 months|
Best Baby Gown for Warm Feet
If you love the ease of gowns but aren’t sure they’ll keep your baby’s feet warm enough, this gown from Goumi Kids has an extra flap at the bottom to keep tiny toes warm and secure. And don’t worry, the flap doesn’t add much extra work for diaper changes—just one quick snap and baby’s legs are free. And check out the solid color options for this gown, too.
|Size Range||Newborn through 3-6 months|
Softest Baby Pajamas
Although these one-piece sleepers are on the pricier side, many parents say they are worth it just for the feel of the fabric alone. The 100% organic combed-cotton jammies come prewashed and stay soft for years to come, so they make for great hand-me-downs. Hanna Anderson also makes footed jammies, as well as matching sets for the whole family.
|Size Range||Newborn through 3 yrs|
Best Knotted Baby Gown
Gowns are perfect for easy access during diaper changes, but an open bottom can sometimes equal chilly toes. If your baby is prone to getting cold feet, a gown with a knotted bottom can come in handy. There are no snaps, zippers or buttons on the bottom, so changing a diaper is still just as easy as with a regular gown; just undo the knot real quick (you can make it as tight or as loose as you want) and pull the gown up. And when you’re done, closing it up is easier than tying your shoe. But our favorite thing about these types of gowns: there’s extra room for baby to grow.
The knotted gowns from Copper Pearl also feature snaps along the side so you can get baby dressed and undressed quickly (no tugging clothes over their head like with traditional gowns), and foldover mittens to keep little hands warm.
|Size Range||Newborn through 6 months|
Best Two-Piece Baby Pajamas
A two-piece PJ set might be more your baby’s speed if you live somewhere with variable weather within the same season. Warmer weather might call for just a shirt and diaper, but put baby in both the shirt and the pants when the weather gets colder. The soft, lightweight TENCEL Modal fabric is a plus, too; made sustainably from Austrian beechwood trees, the fabric is easy to fall in love with, so definitely check out Solly Baby’s other options like their gowns and swaddle blankets.
|Size Range||0-3 months|
For Extra Warmth
When it’s cold outside, nothing beats a microfleece sleep sack for safely keeping your baby warm and cozy. And, it unzips from the bottom to give you easy access for diaper changes and to keep baby’s upper half warm. There’s also a lightweight, cotton muslin version for warmer weather.