When Paisley was born I had 2 pairs of Huggalugs waiting for her. What a breeze diaper changes are when you have leggies! Huggalugs are made in Australia and are the same design as the more mainstream Babylegs.
I went with the Huggalugs because of reviews stating that they were better for chunky thighs. After receiving 3 pairs of Babylegs (made in China) in the mail Saturday I would agree with this assessment.
Huggalugs and Babylegs also work great as arm warmers. My oldest daughter likes to wear a pair with her short sleeved shirts. Haven, my son, went to bed last night with some on his legs. Their ages are 6 and 4. The versatility of Huggalugs and Babylegs makes these a super buy.
I bought the Babylegs mainly for Paisley but she won’t leave anything on. So frustrating!
Babylegs can be purchased at many Targets, although I have not seen any at the Targets around me. I buy my Babylegs from Leslie’s Boutique. Each of the three pairs I bought were only $8!
Huggalugs can be purchased through their website or a co-op which allows you to save a lot of money. I did a quick search on diaperswappers and found this mama selling some BNIP (brand new in package) Huggalugs for $8. Here is a online boutique offering free shipping and $12 Huggalugs: Ultimate Baby Boutique.
There is something about Huggalugs and Babylegs that absolutely prevents me from buying just one! There are so many adorable prints! I wish my kids would wear them more often to justify more purchases :)
Just for fun here’s my wishlist:
Huggalugs: Handsome Stripe, Chocolate Zebra, Dinosaurs, Liberty, Bomber Jo, Choc Pink, Berry Mums, Rocket Man, and Orange Drops
Babylegs: Argyle, Giraffe, Heather Rainbow, Dark Rye, Pophearts, Brite Organic, and Flames.
Terrible huh?! I dare you NOT to buy any lol. I really am not trying to be a temptress but they’re so practical and cute!
Autumn is a wife, mother, homeschool teacher, friend and most important a follower of Christ.