BUYER’S GUIDE 7 great sleepsuits for babies

You’d want to get comfy pyjamas for your little one since these will promote good sleep. We have suggestions! 

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28 Apr 2017

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Sleep is essential if your little one is to develop healthily. As newborns can sleep up to 16 hours a day, they might be spending a large chunk of their day in their pyjamas.

A sleepsuit is not only cosy, a one-piece is easy to put on and remove. Most importantly, bubba’s safety and comfort (soft and kind to baby’s skin) should be your main concern, ahead of cute motifs. Pick a sleepsuit with a snap crotch or some other easy opening, so that you can easily pop them open for diaper changes. You’ll thank us when you’re dealing with a middle-of-the-night poonami!

Well-chosen jammies not only keep baby safe, it ensure that he gets his shut-eye. To help you with this, we found nifty sleepsuits that should help your munchkin sleep through the night.

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Simple Joys by Carter’s Baby 2-pack cotton footed sleep and play
Simple Joys by Carter’s Baby 2-pack cotton footed sleep and play
28 Apr 2017

Simple Joys by Carter’s Baby 2-pack cotton footed sleep and play

PRICE $31
FROM Ubuy
WHAT This super-soft 100 per cent cotton sleepsuit features an ankle-to-chin zipper for fuss-free dressing. A snap-over tab covers the zip when it is pulled up to prevent it from scratching your tot. The covered feet should also keep your baby cosy if she sleep in an air-conned room!
PARENTS SAY Adorable designs in lightweight material that are perfect for warm or cool weather. Great on babies’ skin.

Gerber Unisex Sleep n Play Zip Front
Gerber Unisex Sleep n Play Zip Front
28 Apr 2017

Gerber Unisex Sleep n Play Zip Front

PRICE $29.90/pack of two
FROM Bedtimebabysg
WHAT Always struggling to dress or undress your munchkin? This sleepsuit’s zip goes all the way down to the legs for easier changing! The sleeves that will stay put no matter how much junior moves, and is thin enough to make sure that he does not get too hot in this Singapore weather. Bring junior out or let him sleep in this versatile onesie!
PARENTS SAY These cute gender-neutral pyjamas are lightweight and easy to use, thanks to the zip. The last feature is great for new parents who may not have the patience to deal with traditional snaps, especially if their newborn is squalling.

Uniqlo Babies Newborn Long-sleeved One Piece Outfit
Uniqlo Babies Newborn Long-sleeved One Piece Outfit
28 Apr 2017

Uniqlo Babies Newborn Long-sleeved One Piece Outfit

PRICE $14.90
FROM Uniqlo
WHAT This set of pyjamas feature an excellent side-to-side stretch that covers bubba comfortably. The front snap closure opens all the way through the crotch for easy diaper and outfit changes.
PARENTS SAY Uniqlo baby pyjamas, which come in really fun and trendy prints, feature pastel colours that soothe. Their super-comfy fabrics are great for babies. Says Jenny Ang, mum to 14-month-old Kayleen, “Though the prices are definitely more than the pyjamas sold at the market or from some department stores, Uniqlo’s comfort and design values are a draw for me.”

Mothercare Little Giraffe Sleepsuits
Mothercare Little Giraffe Sleepsuits
28 Apr 2017

Mothercare Little Giraffe Sleepsuits

PRICE $49.90/pack of three
FROM Mothercare
WHAT Featuring an adorable giraffe theme, the footies boast toe-safe design that prevents any loose threads from wrapping around tiny toes. The design embroidery is fabric backed, while the snap buttons are nickel free, so as not to irritate your kewpie’s sensitive skin.
PARENTS SAY Besides offering colourful essentials with fun motifs, Mothercare stocks a wide range of designs that’ll please any kid, including Disney Princesses and Thomas and Friends. Ang says “I love their value-for-money multipack essentials.”

Under the Nile 100% Organic Cotton Footie
Under the Nile 100% Organic Cotton Footie
28 Apr 2017

Under the Nile 100% Organic Cotton Footie

PRICE $45.90
FROM First Few Years
WHAT Though snug, your baby can move about freely in this comfy sleepsuit. The button snaps run from the neck all the way down to the toes, all the better for you to do a quick diaper change without too much hassle. This label is certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard, so you’re assured that your baby won’t be coming in to contact with any toxic materials!
PARENTS SAY The little ones are really comfortable in this soft but sturdy outfit, nor does it shrink or expand in the wash. Although it can be a little on the pricey side, the quality you get is well worth the expense. 

Milkbarn Organic Footed Romper
Milkbarn Organic Footed Romper
28 Apr 2017

Milkbarn Organic Footed Romper

PRICE $45.90
FROM Pupsik Studio
WHAT A onesie that tends to run big, so your tots can grow into it, while the loose cutting prevents your little one from getting chafed. The stylish design means you can even bring your baby out in it. The gentle-on-skin organic cotton or bamboo rayon fabric puts paid to any chances that your sweetie will get a rash.
PARENTS SAY They love the soft fabric and sturdy snaps, though it tends to run a little big, so check the size.

Baby Merlin’s Magic Sleepsuit Microfleece
Baby Merlin’s Magic Sleepsuit Microfleece
28 Apr 2017

Baby Merlin’s Magic Sleepsuit Microfleece

PRICE US$39.95
FROM Amazon
WHAT This is perfect if you aim to stop swaddling your peewee. Created by a paediatric physical therapist who is a mother of four, the Magic Sleepsuit cushions your little one’s startle reflex, which reduces his chance of startling himself awake. Also acts as a blanket to keep your baby toasty if he sleeps in an air-conditioned space.
PARENTS SAY Your little one will sleep soundly as the magic sleepsuit really does help with the startle reflex. It is well made and will wash easily! 

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