All-In-One Company onesies

Davy in his sleeper

I have owned an All-In-One Company onesie for years, but as a little windfall allowed me to get a new one I thought it about time I reviewed them. What the All-In-One Company call onesies I would call sleepers but as this is a review of their company’s products I shall stick with their nomenclature.

Assuming you like fleece, the All-In-One Company is probably the best place to get onesies from. Alas, I do not like fleece , I find it far to warm, so I have hardly worn the otherwise brilliant onesie (pictured below) that I got from them years ago.

Davy's alphabet sleeper

If you like fleece you are in for a treat ordering a onesie from the All-In-One Company. They make them in men’s, women’s, children’s and teddy bear sizes. But saying that hardly begins to capture the wonderfulness of their products.

For a start, they have a huge variety of prints available, most of which are of quite a large size so they do not look tiny on even big Littles. Moreover, you can either have your whole All-In-One Company onesie made in one print or choose to customise your All-In-One Company onesie so that different parts of the onesie are in different prints.

That is not all All-In-One Company onesies can have feet, different types of arm and ankle cuffs, hoods, which can have ears or spikes on them if you wish. You can get different types of tails added to them as well. You can see my big brother went for the whole hog with the dinosaur onesie he ordered.

Dani's dinosaur sleeper

Furthermore, you can get them monogrammed, or have different pictures sewn over the breast pocket area. On the other side you can get an iPocket sewn on. I have both a dinosaur picture and an iPocket, which holds my Lumia 930 perfectly, on my new onesie; these are pictured below:

iPocket and dinosaur motif

You can opt for longer necks on your All-In-One Company onesies, have zips that go all the way from the top down one leg, have a neck tab that covers the zip, the options are practically endless.

I ordered my new All-In-One Company onesie because I noticed they now sell onesies in terry cloth material. Here I am modelling mine:

The only thing I would say against the All-In-One Company onesies is that they can get a bit expensive, especially if you go for a lot of optional extras. However, they are made and delivered quickly, and if those extras are important to you the asking price is not so outrageous.

I love my new All-In-One Company onesie, and I bet if you get one you will love it too. High quality, highly customisable Little clothes do not get much better!


Finally, I must apologise for the appalling lack of posts on Toddlerism in recent months. Sadly I have been extremely unwell for a long time and taking to the keyboard has been beyond me. However, I am slowly getting better and there should be more posts on here and on my new site Little.Support soon. Thank you for your patience whilst I have been recovering from my illness. Big hugs to all my loyal readers!

  • Jason

    Cute!

  • Infantboy

    Davey,I am so glad you are doing better. I too have been in a lot of pain in my back and left hip and left calf. As we get older we seem to suffer more from such pains. But I am still young at heart. I still wear diapers because I have too. And because I like the safety and security they give me. I also wear onasies and shortalls and little type striped shirts with baby motifts on them. I also have pacis. I would love to have a crib and will in the future. I have several footed pjs and lots of diapers and plastic pants and diaper covers. Yea for abdls. Hope you keep feeling better and get back to being a little again. And you can get back to wearing diapers as well.

    • Thank you for your kind words! I have to say that I won’t be wearing diapers again; partly because my incontinence has been fixed, but mostly because I’ve realised I’m happier as a slightly bigger little boy – aged four. I still wear kid clothes all the time as they are what make me feel most comfortable and suit me best! I’ve just ordered another set of shortalls from Baby-Pants.com as they have some new really cute ones in hickory stripe. I’ll put a suitably childish appliqué on the bib pocket and wear them with pride when the weather gets warmer. Today I went out in pink cords with ducks embroidered on them, a t-shirt with cute animals on with a lap-style neck and a blue and white stripy top – kid clothes rule!!

      If you’d ever like to chat do feel free to drop me a line via the contact page and I’m sure we can find a compatible messenger application that we both use. I’m always happy to make new friends

      • Infantboy

        I would love to be your friend and chat. I am rather lonely. I help to take care of my mother. I live in my own house but she lives near me. I am sixty five and I am now retired on disability.
        I cut about six acres of grass and usually have a garden. I will have a much smaller garden this year because of my pain in my hips. I pick wild blackberries in the summer and make real jelly. I like to go to antique shops and look at the great things from the pass. I have quite a few things from the fortys and fifities and sixties and seventies such as old coffee pots and mixers. Old items work better than the new junk that is being made now. I live in Louisa,Virginia (USA). I have several striped shortalls,a lot of Disney shortalls with Pool and Tigger on them. I have several that have snaps in the croch. Also a lot of shortalls that have the lower legs parts that have like peace signs all the way around. I get womens size 22 shortalls because that is mainly all I can get unless I get the overalls cut and trimmed.
        I love going shopping in my Disney shortalls with a babyish shirt and in my wet diapers with plastic pants. Or with the shortalls and a printed onasie and wet cloth diapers and printed plastic pants. Oh to be a real little boy again would be so wonderful! Please write soon and continue to get better and have a great weekend.

    • Sorry, I should have said I hope your leg and back get better soon. My back, and the pains it caused down my leg, has been part of the reason I’ve been unable to post. It hurt so much I was on masses of pain killers that scrambled my mind. But I finally got some physiotherapy and have been doing the right exercises to help it and, whilst it is still often very painful, I don’t have to take as many painkillers.

      Oh yes, no ‘e’ in Davy, please

  • It is amazingly irritating how few people can spell the comparatively simply word, “Davy”, especially when it is plastered all over this site. Why do they insist on putting an extra, and vigorously despised, “e” into the name?