I always know the weather is getting colder around the country when my email inbox fills with questions on safe pajamas for young'uns. This week I got a Facebook message from someone I knew in high school ("I'm so curious to know what you think about flame resistant sleepwear. Hope you're well! Xo") and an email from a mom who has a son in my daughter's preschool class (just wondering... what is the harm in the clothing that is treated. i am assuming that the chemicals that are used are considered harmful to children???? grandma just got pajamas and they say "flame resistant" on them.) So I knew it was time to write a pj post. Luckily my co-author on The Complete Organic Pregnancy, Deirdre Dolan, tackled the chemical side of the topic last September. So my post will be mainly how to.
But first, the basics: winter means cold bedrooms, depending on your heating system and window draftiness. While most of us can put on extra blankets and get cozy underneath them, it's not quite asRead More »from Why Flame-Resistant Pajamas May Not Be the Best Choice for Baby