Funjamas Organic Cotton PJ's

The Can't Sleeps" are a dastardly bunch of dream-stealing creeps. But pop your tyke in some Funjamas tonight, and those monsters and shadows will scatter in fright!

That's the promise of this adorable, graphically irresistible line of pajamas. And if any sleepwear could ever come close to that goal, this darling batch of organic-cotton jammies gets our vote!

See, these cute animals – who come from the planet Lolo – have their very own special powers to help tykes feel less scared in the dark. There's Shelly the purple elephant, Iggy the blue bunny, Shorty the turtle, Zandra the tiger, Chloe the dog and Lyles, a night owl. These critters leap from the dresser drawer and spread dream nuggets, see in the dark and more.

Sounds like the makings of a good bedtime story, no? Well, Loloz Inc. – the small New York company behind Funjamas – has those, too. You can order two of their kids' books: Shorty the Dream Surfer and Lyles the Kooky Owl. These crafty creatures teach kids how to lull themselves to sleep using their imaginations. And really, what's more comforting than a nighttime tale read by mom or dad?

These "wearable bedtime story" jammies are also super soft. Since they're made of 100-percent cotton, there are no worrisome chemicals or itchy materials to keep mom or dad up at night, either. And, best of all, they're darn adorable. Tops are embellished with character's friendly faces, and the funky-colored bottoms feature stripes, polka dots and more sure to keep nightmares at bay.

Funjamas are available in boys and girls sizes 2T to 5T. The jammies run $42, and the books are about $25. Sweet dreams!


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