Quarantine life means we're finding our kiddos in pajamas more often than ever before. Gone are the days of wearing jeans, real pants and shirts—their new wardrobe (and frankly, yours too) consists of day and night pajamas.
It's important to have comfortable clothes that help little ones relax and make them feel, well, at home. Whether they're spending most of their days building forts or running around begging you for more snacks, these comfortable, soft pajamas will help make things a little easier for them—and you too, mama.
Here are our favorite kids' PJs:
LAKE pima shorts set
We've loved LAKE pajamas for ourselves for ages, so treating our kiddos to a set for twinning was a no-brainer. Like the adult version, they're ridiculously soft and luxe and made to wear all day, every day.
Burt's Bees Botanical Gardens pajamas
Burt's Bees has beautiful pajamas and we especially love this floral print. They're also 100% organic, extremely durable yet soft.
aden + anais cotton pajamas
How cute is this set? This cotton top and bottom comes in a variety of colors, but we're into vintage cars. Your little speedster will love the comfortable cuffs and an elastic waistband that makes it a little easier to take the bottoms on and off. The blue car print is available in sizes 12 months to 4T.
Primary rainbow heart footie
Inspire vibrant dreams of rainbows and hearts with these cotton pajamas. You'll love the zip closure and the non-skid soles means you can rest assured your baby will be safe as they crawl/walk through the house. There's one thing we know for sure—they'll never want to take this supremely soft jammie off.
Tea collection printed tank pajamas
These warm weather inspired jammies will make your little one feel like they're on a mini vacation.Tailored from breathable cotton, the short sleeves and bottoms will keep them cool and content. But here herein lies the magic—Tea collection gives back a portion of its profits to charities to ensure a better world for kids everywhere.
Hanna Anderson short john pajamas
Because your kid is lounging around all day, it's important that their pjs have flatlock seams and are made of combed cotton rib knit so they're as comfortable as possible. These not only check those boxes, but they wash beautifully so you can throw them in the washer 10 times a week and the colors won't fade.
Prepare for long hours of coziness with this nightdress. It gathers at the front which makes it easy for kids to freely move around. And, the neckline is super wide for easy removal. Seriously, getting ready for bed has never been easier.
Leveret matching doll + girls pajamas
What fun is it if baby dolls can't be comfortable, too? Your kid will love to share their favorite pajamas with their best friend. The set fits 18-inch dolls and is available in tons of fun prints, including ballerinas, bumble bees, stars and owls.
Tucker + Tate glow in the dark pajamas
We were huge fans of just the alligator print, but these incredibly soft cotton jammies are even cooler when the lights are off because they glow in the dark. Pro tip: The pajamas are slightly large so size down if you want a more snug fit.
Lewis inverse parsnip pajama set
There's one major requirement for kid pajamas: They must be durable enough for play. We love that these are not only well-made with interlocking knit cotton, but it also fits true to size after washing and shrinking. And if your kid is drawn to nature, they'll love the muted pink parsnip print, too.
Boden twin pack short pajamas
We're obsessed with these pajamas that are made of stretchy ribbed cotton jersey that's been brushed on the inside to make them soft against the skin. It's perfect for little ones with sensitive skin. And, what better than two sets for the price of one?
The Children's Place cotton pajamas
Going on a family vacation might not happen soon, but a girl can dream, right? This tagless shirt pajamas with a pull-on elasticized waistband is exactly what she needs for the sweetest dreams.
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[This was originally published April, 2020. It has since been updated.]