Baby boys' one-piece footies are cozy and practical. They keep babies and toddlers warm and comfortable while they sleep and move around. Children can wear footed pajamas while playing at home, or for sleeping in at night.
Types of baby boys' one-piece footies
Thin, stretchy footies let little boys roam and crawl while keeping their feet off chilly floors. Thicker ones with hats and hoods keep babies warm in colder weather and during quick trips outside. There are two styles of baby boys' one-piece footies to consider, footies without hats and hoods and those with included or attached headwear.
Footies without hats and hoods
Footies made of stretchy cotton and polyester blends move with your child as he crawls and explores. Gripper details on footies ensure your child has traction while learning to walk. Some have a flap that opens from one side and others have snaps descending from the neck to the foot. Fitted sleeves with ribbing keep active babies from uncovering their arms.
Footies with hats and hoods
Many footies with included headwear have a warm, fleece polyester shell designed for warmth, and a soft, cotton lining. Magnetic closing systems make it fast and easy to close the pajamas. Attached hoods and mittens provide secure all-over warmth that stays in place on wiggling babies. Matching hats look adorable and prevent children from losing too much body heat while sleeping. Snaps through the torso and on both legs increase the ease of diaper changes on younger children.
How to choose a baby boy's one-piece footie:
* Consider colors that coordinate well with other baby clothing you already own and frequently use
* Pick sleeve lengths and materials appropriate for your area's climate
* Choose between zip, snap, and magnetic closing styles based on the age of your baby and your personal preference
* Determine if accessories such as mittens and hoods are appropriate for your child based on how you'll use the footie