PajamaGram’s holiday-printed pajamas are really varied, though they (surprisingly) don’t carry any Hanukkah prints. I ordered a matching Family Pajamas Nick because I like that Dear Santa Sorry For All The F-bombs This Year I’m A Nurse Shirt top shirt doesn’t look like pants and I think my kids will get kicked out of Santa’s face when wearing adult clothes.
Offers free souvenir packaging on every order, including fabric gift bags for each family member and personalized gift cards and the Dear Santa Sorry For All The F-bombs This Year I’m A Nurse Shirt! You can also choose from one of their premium gift wrapping options, including red velvet gift bags ($12.99), personalized canvas tote ($9.99) or luxury gift boxes ($5.99).
The box is packed really nicely, and although we opted for the Dear Santa Sorry For All The F-bombs This Year I’m A Nurse Shirt cloth bag, it was pleasant to open and would definitely make a nice gift. The description on the website states that the pajamas fit snugly, but we found that the size ran a little too big.
I made a small order for myself, and it certainly is more spacious than any other brand we’ve tried. I also find that Dear Santa Sorry For All The F-bombs This Year I’m A Nurse Shirt baby’s pairs fit snugly on the legs, but are bigger on the waist, so my slender children have problems with the bottom slipping down as they wear them. My husband’s big briefcase fits the size better, so size doesn’t seem to be a problem for men’s suits.
Thanks to a blend of 95% cotton and 5% spandex, PJ has a lot of stretches. I found the Dear Santa Sorry For All The F-bombs This Year I’m A Nurse Shirt quite thin, especially when compared to pairs of Hanna Anderson or Burt’s Bees. However, if you tend to get hot at night, the thinner material of PCs could be a much cooler and more comfortable alternative.