Don't mind the loose thread.
The top is another super-lengthened size 12-18 month Oliver+S Field Trip Raglan. As the interlock isn't very stretchy I probably should have drafted the next size up. It should fit for the year though.
For the pants, I used the Oliver+S Playtime Leggings pattern in 3T - for no reason other than that the pattern piece was sitting on my ironing board and it was faster than digging out the Growing Up Sew Liberated Sleeping Johns pattern again. I just cut off some of the length and came up with these breeches. The fabric is some very bright yellow cotton/lycra from Girl Charlee awhile back - the color wasn't quite what I thought when I ordered it and so it has languished in the stash several years.
For the waistband I used my new favorite finish - serving the elastic directly to the edge of the fabric, then turning it to the side and topstitching right through the elastic using a three-step zigzag. It looks so much better than my knit elastic casings, and seems to be holding up a bit better in the wash. I have read that this approach only works if you use woven elastic or knit elastic - braided elastic apparently is weakened by sewing through it (oops, I used braided elastic in the legs of all my cloth diapers!).
The baby woke up super-cranky from his nap and although he was thrilled to try the pjs on, posing for photos was not high on his priority list. Check out those teething cheeks.
I think I'm just about out of boyish knits now. Whenever I am shopping for knits I get seduced by florals so that is mostly what is left in the stash. I have checked out the usual suspects but I'm having trouble finding anything other than stripes or solids - and while I love those, I feel like I should branch out. Where do you get your boyish knits?