These are custom pants made to your baby's size. Please provide me with the following in your 'notes to seller' at checkout. If you plan to use these over cloth diapers, please take your measurements with the diaper on. Use the last photo to help understand where to take the measurements.
-waist (around, a little below belly button)
Please allow 1 week for production and note that I ship on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
These split pants are made for babies practicing elimination communication. These make pottying your little one very easy. You can remove baby's diaper with the pants still on in order to respond to baby's cues quickly. These will keep baby's legs warm during the cool and cold winter months when you may want to continue letting baby go diaper free.
HOW? These pants allow baby to sit on the potty and not deal with pulling pants down or back up. The crotch seam is left partially open. The material pulls aside as you hold baby over the potty. (The raw edges are serged and will not fray). There is non-roll elastic in the waist band and a 1" cuff on the bottom to make folding easier. All seams are professionally finished with a four thread overlock stitch and high quality thread.
Hemp is durable and strong.
Hemp is easy on the earth to produce: it requires less water and chemicals. It has deep roots which benefit the soil.
Hemp breathes and is biodegradable.
Hemp is more absorbent than cotton.
Hemp is antimicrobial.
Hemp is more insulative than cotton: it will keep you warmer in winter and cooler in summer.
WHEN? These can be day time pants at home, when you don't have a diaper on your baby. These can be worn over a training pant or cloth diaper. You can put a diaper and cover (or all-in-one) OVER these also.
These can also be worn at night when you want cozy pants on your baby who is diaper-free. They will help minimize your fumbling during your precious sleepy time!
CARE: Machine wash on hot or cold with eco-friendly detergent. Hang to dry or machine dry.
The crotch seam is sewn partially down the front and back, about 1.5-2 inches down from the waist band. I found that if I don't sew them a little, the seam just opens up and too much cold air gets through to baby. Thank you to my awesome customers for the helpful feedback!