She opens up and shares that “The amount of tears I shed over those 2am diaper changes when you’re trying to find the buttons and line them up” drove her crazy! Kiana cries, “Don’t do that to yourself!”
Thankfully, Kiana has found an amazing alternative! In the video, she holds up her absolute favorite find: a cute pink floral onesie that uses magnets instead of buttons. She begins to demonstrate how simple it is to close.
She lays out the pajamas on the bed, “So I have them undone and there are only four magnets.” Almost like magic (or science) the magnets start to close by themselves! “Look at how easy that is! Oh my gosh! Game changed,” said Kiana.
Kiana isn’t alone in her magnetic pajama discovery. Fellow magnetic pajama enthusiasts flooded the comments with love.
“Never knew about these until someone gave [them] to me for a baby shower! We brought [them] to the hospital and [they are] the best pajamas for my baby!” wrote a fellow fan.
“YES MY ABSOLUTE FAVORITE,” wrote another impassioned mom.
But other commenters disagreed, suggesting alternatives like gowns and onesies with elastic on the feet.
“I love the onesies with elastic on the bottom. That’s all my son lived in for 3 months. Easy night changes, warm, built-in hand covers. Awesome!” wrote a helpful parent.
“Or gowns!! My baby is going to be LIVING in gowns lol,” wrote another excited mom.
Magnetic pajama lovers are not alone in their hatred of button-up sleepers. WebMD agrees that clothes should always put safety first so buttons, bows, or ties should be avoided. They warn that buttons could be a real choking hazard for young babies. Their top choices are onesies and sleepers that are easy to put on and take off.
Whichever way you choose to dress your child, it’s clear that there are some do’s and don’ts to keep your young one safe. Thanks to hacks like Kiana’s, the sleepless nights of early parenting can be made easier. Keep them coming, TikTokers!
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