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May 2013 / Bronx/​Riverdale Family / Brooklyn Family / Long Island Family / Manhattan Family / Queens Family / Staten Island Family / Columnists / New & Noteworthy

Ze best Mother’s Day gift for sweet zzzzz’s

You may not be able to treat her to a weekend in Paris, but at least she’ll feel as cute as Audrey Hepburn in “Charade” when you give her BedHead’s new Eiffel Tower pajamas for mom (and baby!) — the perfect gift for a first Mother’s Day.

The pattern of these 95 percent cotton and five percent Spandex sleep sets feature purple flowers and towers against a dreamy field of aqua, evoking the sweetness of a sunny Spring day in the City of Lights. BedHead offers this print in traditional pajama for mom in a wide array of sizes and in other styles, such as chemise, robe, and camisole with pants. The baby tee and pant set is available in sizes 3–6 months, 6–12 months, 12-18 months, and 18–24 months. (And if baby has grown a bit, there are also short sleeve sets for kids and teens.) Mom may not get much sleep, but at least she’ll look tres chic.

Eiffel Tower Stretch Baby Tee and Pant Set, $42, and Eiffel Tower Classic Stretch Women’s PJ Set, $140,

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