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Sibling Holiday Pajamas & 4 Fun Occasions To Use Them

sibling holiday pajamas

The holiday season is almost upon us. The season that is synonymous to taking some time to relax and pamper yourself. Taking care of yourself and your family does not only imply eating right, exercising, or taking them to visit a faraway relative during Christmas, but it also means finding small and inexpensive ways to make each person feel good about themselves. One of the simplest ways to do this is to buy the children, specifically siblings, matching pajamas.

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How Does Skylar Luna Sleepwear Compare to Hanna Andersson and Gap Sleepwear?

Eco-friendly sleepwear is so crucial not only for your child but also for the environment! Selecting organic cotton clothing will protect your child’s sensitive skin and even protect them from fire hazards!

Safety comes first, but style comes right after that. Our clothing is inspired by Californian chic styles to keep your little one adorable and ready for photos! (Because we know you mamas will want to take lots of snaps of your babies!)

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Selecting Clothes for Sensory Sensitive Kids

Imagine trying to dress your child for school. As you’re getting him into a new pair of pants, he suddenly bursts into tears. It’s one of those, crying so hard he could barely breathe, kind of tears; moms, you know what I mean. You try to reason with him, try to get him just to wear the pants for the day and he just won’t stop crying! Then you realize that he’s crying because he doesn’t like the way the pants feel!

This situation might resonate with you and in fact a lot of kids are particular about what kinds of clothing they wear. This isn’t a style preference but instead they’re refusing to wear clothing based on the way if feels. Now don’t hit the panic button, because that sounds kind of scary, but actually, this is quite normal and doesn’t necessarily mean that your child has something “wrong” with them. It simply means that they’re sensory sensitive.
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