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Carter’s Pajamas Recalled Due to Loose Zipper Choking Hazard

Eight different styles of the popular baby pajamas made by Carter’s are being recalled because the zipper may detach, posing a potential choking hazard, although no injuries have been reported. Roughly 218,000 pajamas are being recalled, affecting sizes in newborn, 6 months, and 9 months sold between December 2012 and January 2013.

The label on the side seam of any Carter’s pajamas purchased at Walmart, Target, OshKosk B’gosh, or should be checked against the following style codes to be sure that the clothing in your child’s closet is not affected:

Baby B’gosh
414-208 — Yellow with white quarter moons and gray and white stars print.

Child of Mine
715-839 — Baseball-style, white with blue stripes, yellow accents, and "Little Brother" on the chest.

Just One You
520-242 — White background with navy stripes and green neck binding. Sold as a 2-pack with:
597B537 — Light blue with a nautical and green crabs print and "Captain Cutie" on the left chest.
520-243 — White with a pink cupcake print. Sold as 2-pack with:
597B538 — Pink with small polka dots and a bunny ballerina on the left chest.
520-244 — White with green stripes and an elephant and duck on the left chest. Sold as 2-pack with:
597B539 — White with a gray elephant, gray bear, green frog, and yellow duck print.

If you find a piece of clothing that matches these descriptions, you are entitled to a full refund by Carter’s. You can visit and click "Product Recalls," or call (888) 282-4674 between the hours of 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CT, Monday through Friday.

Source: Consumer Product Safety Commission

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04.18.2013 / 01:42 AM EDT by Emmalie Vance
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