and so to bed…

Gap Colourblock One-Piece (6 months-5 years)
£14.95  SHOP NOW
I bought this for Marlow (and anyone who follows Little Spree on Instagram will probably have seen him wearing them), and Tabs has the girl’s version, and I absolutely love it. They are essentially onesies, but not baggy like most of them (there’s nothing stylish about them…). I like that these have a snug fit (think Uma Thurman in Kill Bill!), so they look cool and are super-cosy to sleep in (the twins love them). And I love the colour combinations. I’m thinking of buying bigger sizes to put away for when they are older. In the meantime, here are some more girls and boys pyjamas that I am coveting… These pretty Cyrillus velour ones with a Liberty print bow, these La Redoute knight dressing-up ones (still loving the idea of dressing-up nightwear) and classic star print ones; these sweet floral print Monsoon ones for the Summer;  Cath Kidston plane print ones; John Lewis fun skeleton ones that glow in the dark (now reduced to just £10.00); Hatley horse print ones; Petit Bateau striped ones; Stella McCartney printed ones (currently half price); Mini Boden girls’ ones; and Mini Boden boys’ ones (I like the stripe/UFOs best). Phew!

winter pjs

Little Fashion Gallery Peeji Pyjamas With Cloud Print (3-10 years)
Now that Autumn is suddenly upon us (one day the twins (and me!) were wearing sandals and shorts/sun dresses, the next, boots and coats), I suddenly needed to make the switch to Winter pyjamas. I always love (and buy) the Little White Company ones (the boys and girls) and the Gap ones (the boys and girls), but I love these super-cute cloud print ones for Marlow for a change.
£32.00  littlefashiongallery.com

ps: I have had lots of requests for suggestions for Winter coats and cute, cosy knits. So watch out for those next week…

summer pjs

The Little White Company 2 Pack Short Sleeve Pyjamas (12 months-12 years)
A few people have been asking me where to get good ‘Summer’ pyjamas from for boys. Why they actually need them is another question (they obviously don’t live in London)! No seriously, I have reached for Marlow’s short sleeved pyjamas a few times this year (although I’m yet to buy Tabs a new nightdress for fear of it just sitting unworn, looking pretty in a drawer…). I have always been a big fan of The Little White Company boys’ pyjamas, and have recently discovered that they do fab Summer ones too. I like that these are shorts, but that the legs aren’t too skinny (like some brands). And of course I’m loving the simple striped design. Their pyjamas are always lovely quality and wash well (sorry – this is turning into a rather dull post isn’t it?). I will definitely be buying this set of two (great value for two pairs I always think) for Marlow. And Tabitha? Well, you never know, she may still get to wear a pretty nightdress yet…
£22.40 (were £28.00)  thewhitecompany.com

ps: I always find the White Company sizing to be quite generous, and often actually size-down for their pyjamas. So double-check before buying.

classic pyjamas

Trotters William Pyjamas (12 months-11 years)
Trotters are great at the kids’ classics, and I love them for that. These gingham pjs are so cute. I took the twins to see The Snowman at the theatre on Sunday (which they absolutely loved), and the little boy’s classic pyjamas made me think of these. As you know, I always love gingham, and these are the classic brushed cotton variety, which are always super-cosy. You just can’t mess with tradition.
£19.99  trotters.co.uk 

bananas in pyjamas

Little White Company Henley Jersey Pyjamas (12 months-8 years)
I always buy Tabs and Marlow’s pyjamas from The White Company. I love the quality, and that they are always pretty classic. I particularly love these ‘long john’ style ones because they are are cosy, skinny fit and don’t have the drafty wide legs (hate those). The elbow patches are a great added detail too. And of course, I’m all over the fact that they are navy and white striped!
£21.00  thewhitecompany.com 

the prettiest pyjamas

Cyrillus Girls’ Butterfly Pyjamas (2-14 years)
I know I keep banging on about the difficulties I have finding good girls’ pyjamas, but I really do. Not today! How gorgeous is this grey butterfly print pair? As chic as you would expect from Cyrillus, but still whimsical and pretty enough to keep me happy. I love the bib front and the velvet trim. And they are made from lovely cotton. Suddenly Tabitha seems to have an abundance of great pyjamas!
£26.00  cyrillus.com 

ps: I went to John Lewis (in Kingston) today and discovered that the fab Native shoes I posted on 26th July are now half price in the sale! So a real bargain at just £12.50 a pair! I hadn’t got around to buying them for Tabarlow yet because I’ve been so busy, so was more than a little excited to get both pairs for the original price of one. Tabitha was with me and (obviously) wanted the fuschia pink ones, but they didn’t have her size (which, as you can imagine, I was devastated about…). So I got them both the navy (Kath was right – the blue is definitely more of a navy in real life), which I love. Tabarlow have just gone out with their dad wearing them and they look so cute (both wearing jeans with a little turn-up). They have a real ‘skater vibe’ which is so cool. In fact, I like them so much I may even buy larger sizes to keep for when they grow out of these ones. Love, love, love!

loving lötiekids!

Lötiekids is a new discovery for me, but one that I really feel is quite special, and that I’m really excited to share with you. It’s a gorgeous little capsule collection from Spain of stylish, easy-to-wear basics in lovely, soft, stretchy cotton. Many of the pieces feature charming, original little prints such as this bicycle one, which I particularly love. I also love this pretty, dusky-pink (always one of my favourites, but generally not that easy to find on the high street). These are not necessarily designed to be pyjamas, but I always find it so difficult (a nightmare in fact) to find nice girl’s ones, that I thought this set would make the ideal pair for Tabitha for the Summer. But they also double up as lovely separates to wear every day. How clever! They also do great printed sleepsuits that go up to age three (super-cosy). Love!

1. Lötiekids printed top (1 month-5 years) £13.50  lotiekids.com
2. Lötiekids printed leggings (1 month-5 years) £13.50  lotiekids.com

mix & match

Baby Joule Buzz Circus Pyjamas (0-3 years)
I don’t know about you, but I always find it a challange to find lovely pyjamas. Well, ones that aren’t adorned with naff cartoon characters anyway. These are really lovely ones, and make a change from regular, classic striped ones (which admittedly, I always naturally gravitate towards). I love this whimsical circus print and the mismatched (it’s all about mix & max prints this season after all) striped bottoms. Stylish, but still fun.
£22.95-£24.95  johnlewis.com

FC pyjamas

French Connection printed pyjamas (0-18 months)
I was given some French Connnection pyjamas for Tabarlow when they were first born, and I absolutely loved them (and this is very apparent when I look back at pics from that time!). They literally lived in them. They are made of really lovely, soft cotton; look cute, and wash really well (sorry, a dull thing to mention, but a very important fact for busy mums). They also look great a bit ‘styled up’ for all those endless visitors in the early days – a gorgeous jumper or cardi over the top will look fab. Think of them as cool ‘loungewear’ for your little ones. You’d better be quick though, the sale ends soon!
1. Were £25.00 Now £12.50 Birds  frenchconnection.com
2. Were £25.00 Now £12.50 Planes  frenchconnection.com