Have you ever wondered why our little ones get to have all the fun when it comes to sleepwear? You get them out of a warm bath, lovingly sing to them as you massage lotion into their soft skin before dressing them all snug and cosy in an adorable onesie?
Well, ergoPouch don’t think our little ones should be the only ones to experience the ultimate in sleep-time cosiness and so they’ve released their new range of Adult Sleep Onesies. And let’s just say we’re obsessed.
Not only can you be all snug as a bug as you drift off to sleep (no fighting over who’s hogging the doona!) they’re also designed for parents who are up all night with little ones (we see you). It’ll keep you warm during those night feeds and is perfect for Netflix binge sessions – or even family camping trips! Genius. And not to mention the whole family can be matching.
Made from (and filled with) non-toxic GOTS certified organic cotton and with a 2.5 TOG rating, it’ll keep you warm all night long without blankets, and is perfect under blankets when those cooler nights really set in. They’re also roomy enough to layer your Pjs underneath for additional warmth.
Of course, being cosy is one thing… but are they practical we hear you ask?
Well, the convenient zipper makes it breastfeeding friendly and easy to slip on and off for dressing (and/or toilet breaks). There are also big pockets to stash dummies, your phone or emergency snacks.
These Onesies are not only a must-have for keeping you cosy this winter and making those dreaded night feeds a little bit easier, but they’re also calling out for an adorable family Insta-post!
This is a paid partnership between Kiindred x ergoPouch.
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