Kids Rosh Hashanah Apples & Honey Pajamas, Unisex Sizes 2T - 12

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Looking for the perfect blend of comfort, style, and tradition for your little ones clothing this Rosh Hashanah? Made in the USA with an affectionate understanding of Jewish traditions, these jammies are the perfect gift to kick off the New Year with a hearty L'chaim! Featuring an all-over design of scrumptious apples and dripping honey, it's like wearing your favorite part of the holiday feast. Who said you can't play with your food? It's a guaranteed giggle-fest with every glance!

  • Made in USA
  • Pajamas feature an all-over Rosh Hashanah Apples & Honey
  • 100% Cotton
  • The 2-piece set includes a top and bottom
  • Wear snug-fitting, not flame resistant
  • Machine washable
  • Runs small, recommend sizing up one

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  • Free shipping on U.S. orders $75+
  • Standard orders typically ship in 1-2 business days from our Ohio warehouse and take 3-10 business days to arrive.
  • Expedited shipping is available and ships the same day if placed before 11:00AM ET.
  • Easy returns within 30 days of purchase

More about Midrash Manicures

Midrash Manicures combines Jewish education and creative products to make Torah more meaningful to you. Since their launch in 2011, Midrash Manicures has inspired thousands of individuals in their journey toward creative religious expression. Rabbi Yael Buechler, Founder of Midrash Manicures, has been painting Jewish nail art on biblical and holiday themes for the past twenty years. Her manicures have been discussed by celebrities including Jon Stewart and Barry Manilow and have been featured by The New York Times. She has expanded her nail decal line to include clothing, phone stands, hair accessories and more.

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Marlene B.
My grandkids love these!

My three grandkids love their Chanukah PJS, so when I saw these I knew I had to order them! My daughter planned to gift them on Erev Rosh Hashanah, but one of the girls saw them as she was putting them aside and so they begged to wear them right away. Iโ€™m thrilled they were so happy!