See Disana Leggings on a baby.
These run big. You can roll up the legs easily though.
Beautiful Disana wool in a leggings style. Great pajama bottoms, or pants, or under a dress. Suitable for a boy or a girl. It's not really enough wool to be a diaper cover unless you change very frequently so we say it can be used as a "light" diaper cover, which means change with each wetting. When used over your nighttime setup, either over your cotton and wool cover or over your cotton and regular cover, it makes the difference. It is single layer. Good over your other covers as pants, for assurance of a dry bed. Soft, stretchy and comfy. Hidden elastic in the waistband. Lovely knit wool of the highest pure standards. Very soft and not at all itchy. It's a great pair of pants! And unlike the overly tight cotton pajamas, these have a lot of give to them because they are knit so they are comfy. They are cool. The knit is fairly open. Great summer-weight wool. If you are looking for more warmth, you could use two pairs or use these under something else. It fits and works great with cloth diapers! Use it over and over again without washing, so you probably only need to buy one. Excellent pants for an easy fit over a cloth diapered bottom and no wicking. If you ever have damp bindings on your diaper covers, that is ok when you have wool over it for no wicking issues. I love natural fibers and I don't use polyester clothing on my baby or myself at night. I know I sleep better in natural fibers and I think baby does too. I love these even better than cotton pj's because they are wool and don't wick. Don't forget your wool care products. It is normal and expected for the very fine merino wool to pill with use because it is very soft wool. Once you experience natural wool on your baby, you'll just love it, and wish they made them in your size. When it is time to wash it, please wash by hand in a proper wool wash to keep it soft and in shape. Made in Germany.
While I agree that this product is definitely on the long side, it does easily fold up and will grow with my little one. I also lanolinized it and it does a decent job preventing leaks (I wouldn't use it overnight, but it works well during the day and even with naps). The only thing I don't like is that the band on the waist can get a bit twisted, but it does easily flatten out when you work on it a bit.
I love these leggings. They are perfect for fall and winter: warm but not too heavy/cumbersome. And very cute! I will happily dress my baby in these all season long.
I owned a pair of these for my first-born when he was about 1 year old. They are a nice soft feel and very breathable. I would have enjoyed them more if I had had more in rotation and if I had used natural wool covers under them. Because we only had one pair of these in rotation getting heavy use, and because my mother unwittingly washed them with detergent in her machine, holes wore in the knees. Even still, we layered them under pants for winter warmth.
I thought I'd love these got two of them, but they make my lil baby look like a fat grandpa. Just not flattering but seems like other people don't mind that look.
I can't tell you how much we've loved these wool pants!!! On baby #4 we splurged on a third pair; the first pair, size small, has fit ours from newbornish to about 12 months old. They've been darned in one knee and are finally wearing thin around the darn, and the visible wear warms my heart--four kids through these pants, which have seen constant wear with each baby's first fall/winter/spring. We have a size large (skipped the M) and a 2T/3T as well. Easy to wash (by hand, like all my wool) and dry, so soft, stretchy, and easy to fit over cloth-diapered bums. I have nearly always used a cover (Bummis or the like) under these, and have used them as pants. Can't say enough great things about these. Totally worth the money for the most comfortable, cozy pants my kids have worn. Yes, they pill a bit (because they're SOFT!)--I mostly leave pills, but have used the sweater shaver on occasion.