Christmas pyjamas for children
One of my favourite Christmas traditions has to be having new pyjamas to wear on Christmas Eve. Does everyone else do this one? Alex and I usually get each other some from Gap, and last year Eliza had a John Lewis snowman onesie (I thought this would be a brilliant sight for stocking opening the next morning. It was, and even kept me going during early starts through to spring).
Now she’s graduated into proper two pieces, I’ve been on the lookout for a pair for this year. I spotted this Mothercare range at The Baby Show but alas, no smaller sizes on the stand. So it was great timing to be sent a couple of pairs to review (as above photo, around £15 for the robins and a bargainous £14 for the two pairs on the right).
These pyjamas are brilliant. The designs are simple, fun and festive; although we like both, the mix and clash potential of the double set is ours (my) favourite. They’re long enough for my taller daughter – no ankle or belly gaps – and are cotton, so are cosy with being too warm. And what I really like about the whole range is the unisex factor – none of the designs are stereotypically gendered and very pink or very blue. Which is pretty rare and refreshing for a big high street store. So if you’re looking for some last-minute Christmas Eve pyjamas, we’d definitely recommend these.
Christmas pyjamas, are brilliant, aren’t they? Like Christmas jumpers and hooded bath towels, they are one of those small things that really brighten up your day.
We were sent these Mothercare pyjamas (and these
Early Learning Centre toys) for the purposes of this review).