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My Old Navy Sleep Set Addiction (Plus Giveaway!)

It's a sickness.

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I’m not embellishing when I tell you that the Whoorl kiddos have spent 90% of their sleeps in Old Navy sleep sets. It’s Old Navy pajama central ’round these parts – long-sleeved, short-sleeved, long johns, shorts, fun colors and prints…it’s possibly a sickness on my part, but I adore those damn pajamas more than I should admit.

What I love most about Old Navy’s selection is that although many of the pajama prints aren’t really my cup of tea, I can always count on one or two of the designs being simple, modern and a great color mix. Besides the fun designs, did I mention that they last forever and cost under 15 bones? Awwww, yeahhhh.

On any given day, we might drop in to see if any new patterns have made their way into the store. In fact, just this week, Wito was adopted by the Old Navy mannequins. He fits right in, yes?

Son, it’s time I told you something…

So, I’m thinking you need some Old Navy sleep sets. (Or maybe a cute cardigan or jeans for yourself…shhh, no one really needs to know, do they?) The fine folks at Old Navy provided me with a $150 gift certificate to spend on fall clothing, but you know what? That money would go straight towards sleep sets, and as you can see in the first photo, I’M CURRENTLY GOOD WITH THE SLEEP SETS. (Consider this a cry for help, people.) Leave a comment on this post before Friday, September 23rd at 6pm PST and you’ll be entered to win the $150 gift certificate to Old Navy. Good luck, y’all!

This post is brought to you by Old Navy. Check out the Kids & Baby Sale in store with great deals starting at $5. I was compensated by Old Navy to write this post, but all words, opinions and sleep set obsessions are my own.

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