- Keeps baby legs warm and great for easy diaper changes
- 12 inches long
- Suitable for ages 3 months to age 6
- juDanzy Brand formerly My Little Legs
- for boys and girls
Worked perfect on my son’s leg. He is 1 year and they stay on and keep his legs from getting brush burn on the carpeting. So well worth my money. Thanks!
Easy diaper changes
You can’t beat leg warmers for cloth diapered babies. They keep them from looking so bowling-pin shaped (which you get with pants). Makes for easy diaper changes. Everyone always comments on her legs.
These hold up in the wash and fit my chubby 10 month old with a little bit of room to grow
Doubt if its from My lillte Legs
This leg warmer is too tight on my baby who is only 9 months and consider petite. the material is not impressive. there is no brand label inside at all. I wonder if it is from “my little legs” at all. Not happy. I have others from MLL n the quality is so much better
I can purchase these locally for cheeper but I found that the "My Little Legs" brand are much softer. I will buy these again in other colors.
frayed in the wash
these leggings are a nice soft cashmere-type material but they frayed the second they went into the wash. I didn’t even think that this was going to be an issue since I have other Little Legs products and this wasn’t an issue. Just wash by hand.
Wish I hadn’t gotten all black
These are a great product. We purchased for my 14 mo old son to wear outside in the winter because his pants ride up when he is in a carrier, and his legs were exposed.The only problem I have with them is that they get lost around the house because they are hard to find in the dim closet, a diaper bag, or in the laundry. They spent a week in my sock drawer because they looked so similar to a pair of black socks I own.I wanted black so that no one would notice these on my son, but I’m coming back today to find another pair that I will not be so easily lost around my busy home.
thin like a sock
I thought these would be softer, thicker and more like a leg warmer. Instead they looked like a pair of mens black socks that were cut at the ankle.