BIBAMAS Introduces First-Ever Bible Pajamas

Share Article

Kellie Jeppson is a mother of four and co-founder of Bibamas – First Ever Bible Pajamas. She is a graduate of the University of Utah where she received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Development and Family Studies and she now turns to alternative funding sources for the “kickstart” of her new company in hopes that “backers” will help children increase their faith in God by bringing Bible Pajamas to life.

First Ever Bible Pajamas

BIBAMAS Introduces First-Ever Bible Pajamas

BIBAMAS, pronounced "by-bam-uhz," are the first-ever pajamas based on Biblical heroes. While polls show that Americans are losing faith in the Bible at a rapid rate, these pajamas can increase faith and help children look up to Bible heroes rather than just super heroes.

“Mommy, does Jesus have super hero powers?” asked Kellie Jeppson’s four year old son. “Yes, as a matter of fact he does!” she said as she looked at him in his super hero pajamas. Kellie thought to herself, “How can I help him think more about Jesus and other Bible heroes? After all, real heroes don’t wear capes.”

While a great deal of money is spent every year by companies to manufacture clothing with a super hero theme such as Superman, Spiderman or Batman, until now there has not been a similar emphasis on Biblical heroes like Jesus, Moses, Esther and Jonah.

The same is true with Christmas pajamas featuring Santa, reindeer, and elves. Finally, children can now wear Christmas Bibamas that will help them remember that silent, holy night so long ago.

BIBAMAS, located on the web at http://www.bibamas.com, will help children think more about Bible characters and look up to these real-life heroes in the same way children look up to and emulate imaginary super heroes. Each pair of these powerful pajamas is designed to inspire faith, obedience, courage, and love in the children that will wear them.

To help complete the first production run of BIBAMAS, a crowdsourcing campaign has been started on Kickstarter.com at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2041310357/bibamas-first-ever-bible-pajamas.

Kickstarter is a way to fund creative ideas and uses an “all-or-nothing” funding method where projects must be fully-funded or the project will receive nothing. If Bibamas budget ($15,000 US) isn’t raised before October 5th, all pledges will be cancelled.

BIBAMAS are currently made of 100% flame-resistant, polyester. The Christmas Nativity pajama bottoms are made of polar fleece for extra warmth and comfort. BIBAMAS are manufactured in a manner that meets all guidelines and safety regulations outlined by the US Consumer Product Safety Council.

BIBAMAS are available in sizes 12 months to 10 years. Sizes may vary depending on the child's individual measurements. BIBAMAS are made of high-quality construction, safe and comfortable for children.

For additional information, visit http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2041310357/bibamas-first-ever-bible-pajamas; or the BIBAMAS website, http://www.bibamas.com.

Kellie Jeppson of BIBAMAS can be reached directly at info(at)bibamas.com or by telephone at 801-573-9151.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Kellie Jeppson
Bibamas
+1 (801) 573-9151
Email >
Visit website