Late walkers 20-24 months ... keeping them in all in ones?

(6 Posts)
backonthewagon Tue 16-Feb-16 09:40:05

A lot of people on here say they stick to babygros, rompers, dungarees, playsuits until their child is walking due to uncomfy waistbands and everything riding up. Anyone done this with a late walker, say 20-24 months?

lougle Tue 16-Feb-16 10:07:51

We did. DD1 walked at 23 months.

Ilovenannyplum Sat 20-Feb-16 06:05:30

DS is 18 months and not walking, he wears normal clothes, Zara leggings, jeans etc.

He only wears babygros to bed because well, they're pjamas not day clothes?

jessplussomeonenew Sat 20-Feb-16 15:28:43

I read in various places that going barefoot as much as possible helps to promote confidence in walking (better grip and sensation of the floor).

Iguessyourestuckwithme Sat 20-Feb-16 15:34:27

Why wouldn't you use trousers etc - never heard that before [am a nanny/nursery nurse]

backonthewagon Sat 20-Feb-16 15:54:32

I find that when they are needing to still be picked up a lot all in ones are better so everything doesn't ride up or get bunched up.

Lougle when did you switch to seperates?

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