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Wellies for prewalkers?

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Jen22210 Thu 04-Aug-11 21:46:38

Going camping next week and don't know what to put on my little boy's feet when he's playing out in the rain! Almost walking independently but quite wobbly! Was going to get jellies but they're all too narrow. He's a G fitting. Thinking about wellies but worried they'll be bad for his feet while he's not fully mobile yet. Or water shoes but can't find any on high street. Help please?!

mymumdom Thu 04-Aug-11 21:50:08

They come from muddy puddles , but they don't have them in stock on their website.
We have a pair that have lasted 4 children smile

UniS Thu 04-Aug-11 21:53:57

what ever " shoes" he normally wears but with plastic bags over and elastic bands round. but not too tight!
Waterproof trousers too or just accept he will get VERY wet sitting down frequently.

Jen22210 Thu 04-Aug-11 22:12:13

Thanks for your help mymumdom and UniS. The Muddy Puddles look lovely and a fab website which I will def use in the future. Thanks for idea of using plastic bags and elastic bands. Very useful and cheap alternative!

supergreenuk Thu 04-Aug-11 22:18:05

I wouldn't advise boots. My dd has trouble walking in them and she has been walking for 7 months.

Galena Fri 05-Aug-11 12:30:52

We have a wellie weather suit type thing (ours isn't Togz, but similar) and then the overbooties which you can see further down the page. They were fab as DD was crawling through the winter and with these she could crawl to her hearts content outside without getting filthy. She'll probably wear the suit this year too as she's still very wobbly (cerebral palsy)

Woodlands Fri 05-Aug-11 21:03:36

Thanks for this - my one year old isn't quite walking yet but have bought him a puddlesuit and need something for his feet so he can crawl in the mud/climb etc! I had planned to buy him some wellies but it sounds like these may be better (and cheaper!).

nojustificationneeded Fri 05-Aug-11 21:10:10

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Morph2 Fri 05-Aug-11 21:11:31

my son is a 4g and he's got some cheapo crocs for wearing in the garden etc

Morph2 Fri 05-Aug-11 21:11:47

btw he has size 5 in the crocs

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