View Full Version : Winter PJs for potty-trainers?
11-04-2005, 11:33 AM
My DD is 27 months old and has recently potty-trained during the day. She still wears a diaper for nap and nighttime, but I'm wondering what kind of PJs I can use to keep her warm but that are still easy access for her to use the potty. She typically wears her PJs until after breakfast - so a couple of hours in the morning during which time she has to use the potty several times. I don't think the one-piece fleece, footed zip-up things will work well for her. Right now I have her in cotton 2-piece pants and top w/socks, but she kicks off her fleece blanket and wakes up in the morning w/cold hands :(
11-04-2005, 03:49 PM
My mom found some carter fleese two pieces, pretty much blanket sleeper with out feet and of course the divide in the middle. We put DS in socks and that does it for us, at least for now. In the middle of winter I will be putting a onsie underneith and if necessary will find some kind of long johns as well. His room is very drafty unfortunately. We actual hung plastic and blankets over all the window last year and have a space heater in his room.
11-04-2005, 05:22 PM
I bought some two piece, fleece pjs from Carters. Just like long johns, only the pants do not fit as tightly and there is no elastic or band at the wrists and ankles. They are last year's, and I bought them at the outlet this summer.
Also, Land's End has these--
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