Ruskovilla Oy Wool Clothing
Just be careful with laundering--my husband has felted a few of the items
But like above, the wool zip suits that are ribbed are like steel.
I did use them at night bc they did better than our other wool covers (from Natural Baby company back in the day--18 years ago-- when they used to sell wool soakers made by a SAHM, LOL). They did fine at night, but if I'd had the newer more water proof covers then, I may not have.
They were WELL worth every single penny, and we were poor back then!
I've bought long johns in both wool and wool/silk and we get more mileage from the wool/silk blend because it's thinner and softer and fits underneath his pants and shirts. The sleeveless undershirt is my ultimate favorite because it's form fitting and fits under every shirt perfectly.
I've also bought a couple of the wool zippered bodysuits - they're super cute on. They were great for PJs on those cold winter nights and after a year of use, they both looked nearly new. Unfortunately my son has a long torso so we couldn't get as much use out of them as I would have liked. Plus, once he was potty trained (around 2 1/2) years it was hard for him to zip and unzip himself and so he didn't really like wearing it as he likes doing everything himself.
I always buy mine from a mama owned Green Mountain Organics and I'm pretty sure she carries the whole line, even for grown ups, even if it's not on the website.
I also bought them from Green mountain organic. Good customer service and they have good quality products (AND they ship to Canada )
We've bought ruskovilla before and were happy with it. Don't be afraid to go a size up for the kids, I didn't because I didn't want their stuff to be bulky, but it would have been fine if I had.
I just noticed that Green Mountain Organics extended their woolens sale. You can use code wool15 for woolens through November 10th. I think I might pick up a piece or two for me.
I would choose without feet, personally, and use socks or slipper socks as needed. Depends on how cold your house is. Here's a gnome-style hat: http://www.nordicwoollens.com/en/babies/newbornessentials/p17554151.html It can also be knit quite easily, if you are able.