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to think that if a onesie is not designed to be worn

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yorks05 Sun 18-Nov-12 21:44:24

at night than it shouldn't be for sale in the nightwear section.

TraineeBabyCatcher Sun 18-Nov-12 22:14:40


GooseEnthusiast Sun 18-Nov-12 22:15:06

Who says they're not to be worn at night? I wear mine to bed.

IneedAgoldenNickname Sun 18-Nov-12 22:19:32

When are they meant to be worn then? confused

bedmonster Sun 18-Nov-12 22:21:18

I thought they were meant to be worn until the age of about 2 confused

MaryPoppinsBag Sun 18-Nov-12 22:23:14

I think they'd be uncomfortable to wear in bed.
I reckon they'd ride up and erm split the difference!

Not tried it - don't want too.

MaryPoppinsBag Sun 18-Nov-12 22:23:43


McTagster Sun 18-Nov-12 23:42:03

I thought they were for wearing at night? I'd be more inclined to wonder why anyone in their right mind would wear one during the day, and worse, in public..

Woozley Sun 18-Nov-12 23:46:10

Mine is definitely PJs! Or "loungewear" at the outside, not to be worn outside except under my dressing gown when I go down the garden to feed the chooks

yorks05 Mon 19-Nov-12 12:22:20

This is a child's one. It clearly said on label. "Do not sleep in it"

VonHerrBurton Mon 19-Nov-12 12:26:58

I guess if it's one of those fleecy, thick ones, complete with hood and ears and a little tail at the back grin they think they would pass out with the heat. My ds gets boiling hot starkers - so no, I wouldn't advise he slept in it.

InkleWinkle Mon 19-Nov-12 12:34:16

Does it have a hood? Bit dangerous for a small one to be sleeping in then.
TBH I always thought they were dressing gown type things anyway.

I lurve my onesie but no way could I wear it on bed, I would boil to death!!

I put mine in early evening when I am ready to settle way would I ever been seen wearing it though apart from by DH and DS, I resemble a rather large sack of potatoes in it.

Mine has a hood.....and a tail blush

WildWorld2004 Mon 19-Nov-12 13:22:38

My dd & i wear ours like dressing gowns. I buy my dressing gowns in the nightwear department so dont see what the problem is.

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