Drop-seat pajamas, also known as blanket sleepers, footed pajamas or Dr. Denton's, are a warm and comfortable one-piece sleeping garment with long sleeves and legs, sometimes with attached booties, commonly worn by infants and young children in the United States and Canada.
The drop seat
Drop-seat refers to a flap at the buttocks that allows opening without undressing the garment. Traditionally the drop seat closes with buttons, but modern versions often replace the buttons with snap fasteners. The drop-seat feature is designed to allow the person to use the toilet without removing the sleeper. However it is also convenient for parents and other persons of authority (e.g. grandparents or babysitters) to give the wearer, when such punishment is felt necessary, a bare bottom spanking.
For this reason, drop-seat pajamas are also spanking clothing and fetish clothing for spankophiles and sold in web shops such as Bobbie's DropSeats. In addition, such garments are also popular among adult babies.
Drop seats are also found in union suits.
Several small businesses manufacture blanket sleepers on a small scale, and market them on the web. A list of these follows. (Note that some of these businesses cater specifically to people with sexual paraphilias, and may contain content that some people may find disturbing or offensive.)
- Footed PJs
- Warmth Wear
- Snug As A Bug
- Jumpin Jammerz
- Pajama City
- The Pajama Company
- Big Feet Pajama Co.
- Nights In White Flannel (Link dead, Feb 2008)
- Jamz Original
- Forever A Kid
- AB Outfitter (Link dead, Feb 2008)
- DPF Store
- HB Enterprises
- BabyWear by Toni
- Bobbie's DropSeats (by Bobbie Tawse)
- Specially For You
- Special Clothes
- Vintage ad for Dr. Denton's
- Example M/F drop-seat pajamas spanking photo on The Spanking Blog (Warning: 18+)
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