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Tuesday Cook Off ~ Chocolate Chip Pudding Cookies

Tuesday Cook Off ~ Chocolate Chip Pudding Cookies

I have fallen in love with baking ever since I had to start baking for my oldest son because of his allergies.  But there has been one thing I never really enjoyed baking…chocolate chip cookies.  I know it’s crazy!  That’s not American!  I figured out why I didn’t like baking chocolate chip cookies…it’s because I really haven’t found a recipe I enjoyed.  Well, that has come to an end, I found a recipe I really like to bake and eat!  I have always been a fan of a chewy chocolate chip cookie so have my husband and boys.   Not many recipes out there are for chewy cookies but I found one and it was a big hit in our house and I would like to share it.

I hope you enjoy this cookie.  The vanilla pudding package really gives this cookie that chewy texture I just love in my cookie.  Plus, the cookies were still chewy after a few days.  I stored in a ziplock bag.

Chocolate Chip Pudding Cookies
Yields 36 cookies

1 cup (2 sticks) Butter, softened
3/4 cup Brown Sugar
1/4 cup White Sugar
1 small pkg Instant Vanilla Pudding mix
2 eggs
1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
2 1/4 cups All-Purpose Flour
1 teaspoon Baking Soda
1 pkg ( 12 oz) Milk Chocolate Chips

DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Beat the butter, both sugars, pudding mix, eggs and vanilla in a large bowl. Beat until creamy and fluffy. Then slowly mix in flour and baking soda. Stir in chocolate chips.
Drop by tablespoonfuls, onto an un-greased cookie sheet. Bake for ONLY 9-10 minutes. Remove from oven and let cool about 10 minutes before eating.

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My Baby Pajamas Fun Facts on Pajamas

My Baby Pajamas Fun Facts on Pajamas

Did you know pajamas originated in the Middle East?   Do you know what pajama means?  My Baby Pajamas thought we would share some fun facts on pajamas.   We just love pajamas!

Fact #1: The first people to wear pajamas according to were men and women in Turkey, Iran and India. The word “pajama” stems from the Persian word pae — meaning ‘leg’ — and jamah, meaning ‘clothing garment’.

Fact #2: Pajamas are defined as night clothes with loose pants and a jacket.  Jacket? Really?  That does not sound comfortable.

Fact #3: Pajamas originated as “loose drawers or pants that were tied at the waist” — therefore the terms pajama pants or pajama bottoms are redundant:)

Fact #4:  2011, US Airways flight attendants escorted University of New Mexico football player, Deshon Marman off of a flight for wearing sagging pajama pants on a plane arguing that he violated their dress code. Only a week early than this incident, a cross dressing man wearing women’s underwear and no pants was allowed to board his flight despite complaints from other passengers.

Fact #5: In January 2012, Michael Williams, a commissioner in Caddo Parish, Louisiana, proposed an ordinance prohibiting people from wearing pajamas in public.

Have a fun fact about pajamas?  Please share.  We love to hear from our customers and followers.

Don’t forget, My Baby Pajamas is having our Fall SALE.   Save big $$ on Lazy One Pajamas, At  Home Pajamas, Skivvydoodles and many more.  Plus, an extra 20% off the entire website.

Muslim Girl in pajamas in 1870

Sara's Prints Puffed L/S Gown Monkey's Bananas

Sara’s Prints Puffed L/S Gown Monkey’s Bananas


Parents-to-be have much to prepare for when planning for a new baby. Keeping baby safe is usually a top-priority. This is why parents invest in things like car seats and baby monitors. However, parents-to-be almost never think about whether the baby pajamas that they buy are flame resistant. This, though, should be the number one consideration when purchasing baby pajamas.

Fortunately for parents, most baby pajamas on the North American market are flame resistant. The Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) is the governing body responsible for testing and monitoring the safety of flame resistant baby pajamas in the United States. It creates and enforces the regulations regarding the manufacturing of safe baby products, including pajamas.

The CPSC defines “flame resistant” as having the ability “to self extinguish when exposed to an open flame for three seconds”. Baby pajamas sold in the United States must be able to pass this flame test brand new, and again after 50 launderings. Garments that cannot adhere to these standards cannot be sold as “sleepwear.”

Public controversy and confusion has swirled over the years about the definition of “flame resistant”, and also about what constitutes “sleepwear”. Not every garment made for babies is flame resistant. Current government regulations stipulate that only garments specifically intended for baby to sleep in must be able to withstand fire.

New parents often assume that any item of clothing that they purchase for an infant is flame resistant. This misconception can, and has lead to tragedy. Babies have suffered serious burns and even died from being put to bed in garments that have not been treated to resist fire.

Parents need to be vigilant when purchasing sleepers, and shouldn’t confuse everyday children’s garments with flame resistant baby pajamas. Garment appearance can be deceiving: sometimes an outfit is constructed to look like a sleeper, but isn’t intended for nighttime wear. Parents should never judge sleepwear by appearance alone.

Instead, parents need to understand the difference between “sleepwear” and “daywear” or “playwear”. Garments that are labeled as “sleepwear” must, by law, be flame resistant, because they are being sold primarily for a baby to wear to sleep. Garments which are labeled as “daywear” or “playwear” are not necessarily treated to self-extinguish in a fire. A sleeping baby should never be dressed in these kinds of garments.

In spite of CPSC labeling regulations, sometimes garments that are labeled as “sleepwear” are not fire treated. It’s also possible that garments not intended for sleep may actually be flame resistant. Sometimes manufacturers simply choose to add this safety feature as a selling point.

Sometimes parents need to “read the fine print” on the garment’s label. Information about a garment’s ability to ward off flames may be located on a tag at the back of the garment neck. It may also be located on a tag somewhere inside the garment, usually on a side seam near the bottom.

The tag should contain information that clearly states whether the garment has passed the standards for being “flame resistant”. This tag is typically yellow. However, it may also be white, so parents need to look closely and read all information on the tags.

Baby pajamas and other garments manufactured in American or by American companies tend to be fairly reliable. They can typically be counted on to provide accurate information regarding an outfit’s ability to withstand fire.

However, baby pajamas and clothing manufactured by non-American companies may not be clearly labeled. This includes garments marketed by U.S. companies, but manufactured in factories outside the U.S. Be extra vigilant when purchasing these types of garments. If you can’t find a label that clearly states that the garment is flame resistant, don’t purchase it.

Brian Greenberg is an experienced expert in the needs of infants and toddlers. Check out his selection of quality infant sleepers and footed pajamas. Your baby will love you for it!

Sara's Prints Zebra Floral Ruffle Tank Nightgown

Sara's Prints Zebra Floral Ruffle Tank Nightgown

My Baby Pajamas has received new spring/summer girls nightgowns.   We are excited to offer Sara’s Prints girl nightgowns and Skivvydoodles girl nightgowns.    Both brands are flame resistant and are meant to fit loose from better comfort.

Skivvydoodles has closed their doors and this will be the last shipment of Skivvydoodles nightgowns for girls.   If you are a fan, I suggest you buy now 🙂 Skivvydoodles are 100% cotton.

My Baby Pajamas has also brought in Sara’s Prints Nightgowns for girls.   Sara’s Prints ruffle tank nightgown is flame resistant interlock.   It has racer-back spaghetti straps with a contrast lettuce-edge trim.   This girls nightgown is knee length and it’s made from 60% cotton and 40% modacrylic.   Machine wash cold for best results.

If you have any questions regarding our pajamas, please feel free to call us or email us at   We are here to help!

Skivvydoodles Love and Peace Nightgown for Girls

Skivvydoodles Love and Peace Nightgown for Girls

Skivvydoodles Flying Aces Short Pajamas for Boys

My Baby Pajamas has received our final shipment of Skivvydoodles pajamas.   We are so sad to see Skivvydoodles close their door 😦   However,  we have received some favorite patterns from the past!  We have Skivvydoodles boys short pajamas, Skivvydoodles girls nightgowns, and girls short pajamas.   We will not receive anymore stock so if you are a Skivvydoodle fan you better buy before they are gone.

Some of the favorite patterns are Skivvydoodles Flying Aces Short Pajamas for Boys (already selling fast), Skivvydoodles Camo Lizard Short Pajamas for Boys, Skivvydoodles Be Hoppy Nightgown for girls and Skivvydoodles Love and Peace Nightgown for girls.   These will not last long!!  Enjoy 15% off your entire order now by using code Pajama15 at view chart before checkout.   This includes all SALE PAJAMAS.

Skivvydoodles Be Hoppy Nightgown for Girls

If you are a Skivvydoodles pajama fan, you are in luck!  My Baby Pajamas is receiving one more shipment from Skivvydoodles for the Spring 2012.   The patterns will be from previous years.   We will receive the girls nightgowns, girls short pajamas and boys short pajamas.   Skivvydoodles will be shipping at the end of next week.   My Baby Pajamas is excited to have Skivvydoodles for one more season 🙂

Shop early because supply is very limited.

Have a great day!

My Baby Pajamas

Skivvydoodles Love to Dance Girls Nightgown

Skivvydoodles Love to Dance Girls Nightgown

My Baby Pajamas received more Skivvydoodles Fall Pajamas this week.    We are very limited to what we have in stock.   We found out very sad news,  Skivvydoodles will be closing their doors and we will not receive any more patterns.    We will also have one print for Christmas from Skivvydoodles.  We should have it by later next week.   If you are a Skivvydoodles fan, please take advantage of our 20% off the website for the month of October.   We received two girl nightgowns from Skivvydoodles, Skivvydoodles footie pajamas, and Skivvydoodles boys pajamas.

Stock up on your Skivvydoodles, after we receive our Christmas print, we will not being getting anymore Skivvydoodles!

Skivvydoodles Whistle Stop Trains Footie Pajamas

Skivvydoodles Whistle Stop Trains Footie Pajamas

My Baby Pajamas is having a SALE!  For a limited time, My Baby Pajamas is offering 15% off your order.   Use code MAY15 at view cart before checkout to receive your 15% off.   Also, during the month of May, shipping is FREE if you spend $45 or more.

Enjoy shopping your favorite brands: Skivvydoodles, Claesen’s, Kicky Pants Bamboo Pajamas, Lazy One Pajamas, Sweet Peanut Pajamas, and much more.  SALE is a limited time offer.

About Me:

Hello and welcome! I am a 40 something year old mom of two boys, living in Scottsdale, AZ with my husband Al. I started My Baby Pajamas in 2007 and have watched it grow and mature. I love to blog but am not much of a writer per say. I am a avid runner and love to compete in races. I like my yoga HOT and love to hike with my family and our pit bull mix dog, Chance. My favorite time is hanging with my family and cooking homemade dinners and hearing about everyone's day while my husband and I enjoy a glass of wine.

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