View Full Version : Hanna ??? Zips/Stripes are they pajamas or an outfit?
01-04-2004, 07:51 AM
Or both? They're so darn cute!
01-04-2004, 11:44 AM
I'm not sure, but I mainly use them as jammies. However, Ryden has been known to leave the house on more than one occassion in his zippers paired w/ a coordinating cable knit cardigan or a fleece cozie cardigan by Zutano.
01-04-2004, 11:54 AM
we use them as pajamas only. they are so cute in fact, that i can't bear to use any other brand of pajamas anymore. i used to like gap jammies. now i freak out if all three pairs of hannas are in the wash and it's bedtime. it's like, hurry up and dry already!
now whenever they are on sale, i order some in the larger size, because they're so cute. i find 3 the perfect number to have in our house, and are rarely without the hanna jammies this way :)
Mom to Lauren Genevieve
01-04-2004, 12:09 PM
Curious - do you put socks on her to go to bed with? Or do you just let her go barefoot to bed?
01-04-2004, 03:41 PM
lauren goes barefoot, but she's got warm tootsies when she sleeps. plus she sleeps with us, and cuddles me all night. we keep each other warm :)
Mom to Lauren Genevieve
01-05-2004, 10:51 PM
Ds is 2 so they're jammies here (I also find 3 the perfect number to have...and get annoyed if they are all in the wash...LOL). If Ds was tiny, then I'd have no qualms about taking him out in them with matching jacket/socks/whatever, EXCEPT they aren't that convenient for quick-diaper changes, I don't know that I would have wanted to change Ds with a big BM/NB poop in a public place in those (TMI?! Sorry!). They only zip down one leg, so in the morning when I change him I find it just as easy to get him dressed rather than put the jammies back on, however Dh prefers to put the jammies back on, so you know it's not that hard. Different strokes...
Ds sleeps in them with a pair of Hanna moccasins (that are getting too small, I hope they put out their new ones soon), b/c he gets cold feet even though he sleeps with us. He doesn't like to sleep under the covers so those little feet are always out and socks seem to come off at night.
I actually had to buy his new jammies Long-John style b/c once he's using the potty he won't get to wear these anymore. =(
01-05-2004, 11:07 PM
I use them as pajamas. I suspect Hanna doesn't market them as PJ's because according to the consumer product safety board in the US all cotton PJ's are supposed to be tight fitting for flamability requirements. I don't have any lamps or electrical devices near DD's crib and our smoke detectors are in working order so I'm not really worried about baggy PJ's and I think the supper tight cotton ones look uncomfortable. I mean she looks like she's wrapped in sausage casing in some of the "approved" PJ's. I love the Hanna's. I've noticed that in Canada it is easy to find all cotton good quality PJ's by Kushies or Kaboo brand that are also loose fitting. They don't come with all of the warning tags that you get in the States so I suspect they don't have the same rules up there. I always stock up when I visit since I can't afford all Hanna's :-( Too answer the rest of your question though the Hanna's are awfully cute to only use at night.
01-06-2004, 05:46 AM
Ooops, looks like we are in the minority, here. DD stays in these things night and day. I do think they are more of a "pajama" though. If I feel like "dressing her up", then I'll go ahead and put an outfit on her. But I just love the comfy coziness of these things and they are a million times faster for us to change her diaper in than those one pieces with the snaps. DD also has gotten to hate anything pulled over her head, so this avoids the inevitable screaming involved with any "outfits". On Christmas morning we showed up at my mom's with DD in her little reindeer zipper, and everyone ooohed and ahhhed about how cute she looked. She basically wears these things and nothing else. Of course, when we go out, she's usually in the sling, so it isn't like much of her is showing anyways.
mommy to Kiki 4/18/03
01-06-2004, 08:44 AM
Heck no Jeannie,
I think she'll be wearing them day and night. They're just so cozy. I think with a hat and 'lil cardigan who would notice :)
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