Today I am going to show you how to make your baby’s pajama feet non-slip. I know some of you have probably had this problem… your baby is still in those small sizes and is starting to stand or walk. And those small size pajamas and sleepers do not come with non-slip feet. I had this same dilemma.
My littlest munchie is tiny. He was 19 lbs at a year and at two years he is still only 21 lbs. Because of his small size he was in his baby sleepers for a long time. Even though he was small he was still wanting to stand and try to walk. Well with wood floors, and those slippery pajama feet, that was heart attack material for this mama. A potential disaster waiting to happen.
So what do you do in this situation? You add a non-slip grip to the bottoms of their sleeper feet. And what is the easiest and fastest way to do that?… Ready for it?…
Puffy paint! Easy, cheap, quick, AND it works perfectly!
So I am going to show you just how I did this. I know it’s not rocket science but you may need a quick and easy solution to this problem like I did!
You can use any pattern you want with the puffy paint. I’ve done hearts, lines, and chevron. But really anything will work.
That’s it, super easy! And voila! No slip feet for those active little munchies. xx
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