Kyte Baby is the *only* pajama brand your little one needs this fall

by Katherine Hammer.

The moment I found out I was pregnant (over a year ago now–what?!) I entered a world I barely knew existed: The one of mom must-haves. Everywhere I searched or scrolled, I could find another blogger, YouTuber or friend advertising the clothes, toys or play gyms they swore they couldn’t live without.

With a limited budget and seemingly overwhelming set of options, what do you do?! You look to the brand that keeps it simple—and when it comes to comfy baby pajamas, that’s Kyte Baby.

I was instantly drawn to Kyte, bookmarking it before I even had my daughter. And the second I purchased my first Kyte Baby pajama (a pink zip-up) I knew it was love at first sight—and touch, and zip. Why is Kyte Baby the *only* pajama your baby needs as cool temperatures roll in? I’ll make my case below. (And thanks to Kyte for gifting some adorable pieces for when my baby gets older!)

Kyte Baby is soft and cuddly (just like, well, your baby)

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The bamboo fabric makes for the lightest, comfiest and most huggable baby pajama yet. I wish I could live in this fabric all day! The stunning range of colors includes cool blues, blushing pinks and seasonal shades from auburn to emerald.

Kyte Baby is environmentally friendly

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With impeccable quality and environmentally-intelligent fabric, Kyte Baby pajamas are adorable—and sustainable. For moms who care about going natural and making an impact, Kyte Baby is the perfect place to start.

Kyte Baby keeps moms in mind

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With a top *and* bottom zipper (Why do none of my baby’s other PJs have this?!) that makes for easy diaper changes, to a new mom line I can’t wait to try, Kyte is made by a mom for moms. Founded by Ying Liu, mom of 5, the sweet neutral colors and cozy fabric make me want to grow with this brand as my daughter grows.

Shop Kyte Baby today!


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