Wild Leopard Bamboo Toddler Pajamas by Little Sleepies
Wild Leopard Bamboo Toddler Pajamas by Little Sleepies
Wild Leopard Bamboo Toddler Pajamas by Little Sleepies
Wild Leopard Bamboo Toddler Pajamas by Little Sleepies

Wild Leopard Bamboo Toddler Pajamas by Little Sleepies

Regular price $32.95 Save $-32.95
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The coziest jammies ever! Dress your toddler in the same soft and stretchy bamboo viscose as our Zippies, but in a two-piece set that’s easier for potty training. Featuring long sleeves and matching long pants, our two-piece sets are designed with extra length so they’ll fit longer than the average PJs. Take a walk on the wild side with this playful leopard print! This multi-colored animal print features pops of cobalt, coral, and mustard with a bubblegum trim.

  • Buttery soft, stretchy custom-milled bamboo viscose that’s gentle on sensitive or eczema-prone skin
  • Seasonless fabric to keep littles cool in the summer and warm and cozy in the winter
  • No snaps, buttons, or interior tags 
  • Long-sleeved top and matching pants
  • Featuring the same cute prints as our Zippies for sibling matching
  • Extra length to fit longer
  • Snug fit in accordance with all CPSC safety regulations (our jammies are never treated with flame-retardants or chemicals)
  • 95% viscose from bamboo; 5% spandex 
  • Machine wash cold

About Little Sleepies:  Little Sleepies is based on the idea of fun, modern prints, soft fabric, functionality, and the fact that the size range spans preemie through big kid - making matching fun and easy. We’ve quickly developed a strong base of loyal and passionate mama customers, including celebrities like Chrissy Teigen, Andy Cohen, Haylie Duff, the Kardashians (Kim, Khloe ,and Kylie) and many more – who often post their little ones wearing Little Sleepies on social media. Ultimately, Little Sleepies is about love – for our planet and others. We make all of our Sleepies with sustainable, eco-friendly bamboo viscose, and a portion of every sale goes to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation to help find a cure for childhood cancer.