I'm over at Parent.co writing about those terrifying yellow tags you find on children's pajamas:
I resolved to buy flame-resistant pajamas from then on. But a year or so later, on a trip to JoAnn’s for blanket material, I noticed a sign in the Snuggle Flannel aisle: “Warning: Not Intended for Children’s Sleepwear.” The aisle was floor-to-ceiling bolts of bears, blocks, flowers, gingerbread men, plaids…exactly the sort of fabric you’d use to make cute pajama pants.
So I decided to learn why exactly children’s pajamas are so dangerous. That label on the Gap pajamas? It comes from the Consumer Product Safety Commission, and how it got there is an interesting story.
You can read the rest here.