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wondering if anyone has an idea for this problem... T-bone has really bad eczema, which is especially bad at night. when it was cooler, i dressed him in long pj's which helped him not scratch so much but now that it's hot he's just naked in a diaper at night. any ideas for extremely lightweight breathable pjs that would help in a humid NY summer?
 

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Julian has some really lightweight PJs from babyGap. They have long pants and a long-sleeved button-up top, and are adorable. But, I just let him go naked most of the time, or in the day's t-shirt and undies.
 

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I got footie pjs, with a zipper, at Children's Place. I put the air conditioner on in the bedroom, and it is cool enough for them. They are a ligt-weight, cotton, knit but not sheet like. Check them out, maybe they will work for you.<br><br>
Roxanne<br>
Daniel 8/9/03
 

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I ended up sewing a few pairs of lightweight cotton knit pajamas for Gigi because I couldn't stand the character emblazoned polyester stuff in the stores. I did long and short sleeve, long and short pants both. How about a t-shirt and cotton boxers? Or if you sew you could make your own. Also <a href="http://www.weceedee.com" target="_blank">http://www.weceedee.com</a> makes pajamas and I think you can order customs too.
 

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make my own? <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/biglaugh.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="laugh">: good one!<br><br>
thanks for the link, tho. that's a great idea.
 

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Check out <a href="http://www.dharmatrading.com" target="_blank">www.dharmatrading.com</a>... their long sleeve lap tees are as light as a sheet. My dd sleeps in them... they most likely have something similar in the pants department and they are really affordable.<br><br>
If you're feeling creative they also sell procion dyes to dye them with!<br><br>
HTH!
 
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