Asher And Olivia Dye-Free Fair Trade Baby Boy Sleeper
Last updated: January 26, 2023
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Made with soft cotton, this footed baby boy sleeper has a side-snap closure and a matching hat for extra fun. It's available in multiple color options and blends with other items in a collection that lets you mix and match.In our analysis of 16 expert reviews, the Asher And Olivia Dye-Free Fair Trade Baby Boy Sleeper placed 9th when we looked at the top 13 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Our baby boy pajamas fabrics are made from carefully selected premium cotton that is combed and delicately processed creating a super soft cotton. Unlike regular cotton, combed cotton undergoes an additional manufacturing step to develop a superior version that is softer, stronger and more luxurious. Each one of our baby footies pajamas is designed with your baby’s comfort in mind, which is why we focus on hand selecting the best super soft breathable fabrics
Baby Boy Sleeper Rankings
For young babies, sleepers are essential wardrobe items. Babies need a little more warmth than you’d need at night, and sleepers are like full-body onesies that usually cover the baby from neck to toe, aside from the hands.
When it’s cold outside, it’s especially important to keep your baby in clothing that provides warmth since blankets aren’t advised in the younger months. A sleeper can be a great alternative to a blanket. Sleepers are often footed to keep the feet warm, and some even include mittens that will keep the baby from scratching their face.
But sleepers aren’t just limited to newborns — they also work well for older babies and toddlers. Once sheets and blankets are introduced, you may feel like sleepers are unnecessary, but some children kick the blankets off at night.
One thing to consider with older children is the footed part of the sleeper. As the age range for the sleepers goes up, there are more options for non-footed sleepers. If the sleeper is footed, make sure the bottoms of the feet have a non-slip surface. Once children begin walking, those slippery bottoms can become dangerous.
Sleepers come in a variety of thickness levels, and sleepers made of thicker material can cause a baby to sweat too much during the night. If your child has a warm tummy and flushed cheeks, these can be symptoms of overheating.