The UCPS announced a recall of about 800 Hoodie Footie Infant and Toddler Footed Pajamas. The metal snaps that attach the hood to these pajamas may come off. The unattached snaps posed a choking hazard to young children.
These Chinese made pajamas have a front zipper and a detachable hood. The style “Winter Whimsy” is red fleece with multi-colored penguins, snowmen and snowflake designs. They were sold in infant sizes 0 to 18 months and toddler sizes 2T to 5T. “Hoodie Footie,” the size and the code GPU#SUNHFH1 or GPU#SUNHFH2 are printed on a label at the neck of the pajamas.
Apparently, they were only sold through Pajamagram catalogs and on the company’s website www.pajamagram.com from November 2010 through December 2010.
It is amazing how many things there are to worry about in buying kids’ pajamas. For me, the big issue is whether the pajamas are flammable. It seems like all the best pajamas have a label that marks the pajamas “flammable”. I really doubt there is a big risk fact to pajamas with a flammable label, but I would feel like a bad parent buying them.