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Can I get a name printed on the back of DD's England kit ?

(10 Posts)
Esmummy Wed 31-May-06 11:58:44

It's only a size 18-24 months but wanted to get her name printed on the back. I know she will look like a boy but if people take the time to look they will see she is really a cute little girl

Auntymandy Wed 31-May-06 12:00:44

dont see why you cant..unless its a really long name and wont fit!!!

MrsBadgerAvecUneVoiture Wed 31-May-06 12:02:57

Usually places will only print stuff you've bought from them (so they know the fabric content etc and if they ruin it they can just get another one out the stock room), but it's worth asking around local print shops.

Esmummy Wed 31-May-06 12:05:32

Only 4 letters so should fit, although if they only use standard size letters for all it might be a bit tight.

foxinsocks Wed 31-May-06 12:07:58

yes you can

you can always shove a pink hairclip in her hair if you are worried about people mistaking her for a boy

yackertyyack Wed 31-May-06 12:09:38

Esmummy: Have a feeling that the material used in the baby kits is different to the adult kits and its liable to melt when letters are put on the back! Not sure what size this is up too though may only be the baby baby ones! One of the shops where they do it would no.

oliveoil Wed 31-May-06 12:11:21

bunches???

top with a skirt instead of shorts?

Micku5 Wed 31-May-06 12:13:34

Depends where you bought it from.. I bought dd a football shirt from the team's shop when she was about 12 monhts old and they were able to print her name on the back. Not sure about sports shops.. some do have the print facility.

Esmummy Wed 31-May-06 13:40:03

FIS & OO, that would've been my choice but she hardly has any hair and what she has got is really fine. Bunches or anything up are definite no no's but could do a clip. She is always getting mistaken for a boy even when she is wearing obvious girly clothes.

I ordered it from a sports shop, cant think of the name now. I will take it into a couple of shops and ask what their thoughts are.

Auntymandy Thu 01-Jun-06 13:21:35

I do worry about children having names on them though. but maybe she is so little she wont be away from you.

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