You want to make sure the baby pajamas you choose are best for sleep, comfort, and, most importantly, your baby’s safety.
Baby Pajamas Sizes
Your baby’s pajamas should not be too large or loose-fitting. Although you know your baby will be growing fast, avoid the temptation to buy two sizes too large expecting her to fit in them in the next couple of months. You want your baby’s pajamas to fit snugly, but not be so tight that it cuts off circulation, either.
Keep in mind, when you choose pajama sizes, that there may be times where you have a onesie underneath and, of course, a diaper (until your baby is potty trained). Most types of baby pajamas will be sized according to your baby’s weight, however, I found that many times pajamas shrink after you wash them, depending on the material. Therefore, even if I bought the “right” size, the pajamas would be too small within a short time thereafter. Similar to buying your own clothing, keep in mind shrinkage. I personally found that baby pajamas tends to shrink more than regular baby clothing, so you may want to buy one size up and