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Does anyone know where I can get a waterproof all in one suit 6-12 months?

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Ratarse Thu 22-Oct-15 20:14:55

In lightweight material, like the Ikea bibs?

LBOCS2 Thu 22-Oct-15 20:16:26

JoJo Maman Bebe do them. I think my childminder got some from EBay too.

Laquila Thu 22-Oct-15 20:16:32

Mothercare and M&S

Watto1 Thu 22-Oct-15 20:17:16

Not to sure what you mean by an Ikea bib but JoJo Maman Bebe do lovely all in one waterproofs. Sorry, cant link as on phone and on a bus!

5madthings Thu 22-Oct-15 20:18:10

Go outdoors, camping type shops do them and tk max often have them in.

sleepyhead Thu 22-Oct-15 20:18:13

A very kind mnetter sent me a Regatta one when I asked the same question last year - pm me your address and I'll be happy to pay it forward and put it in the post to you.

ohidoliketobe Thu 22-Oct-15 20:20:51

Jojo's pack away ones are great
www.jojomamanbebe.co.uk/sp+pack-away-waterproof-all-in-ones-in-rainwear-snow-boots-and-wellies+b2379
not cheapest but often discounts online and always eBay as pp suggested.

KissMyFatArse Thu 22-Oct-15 20:22:36

Matalan? They normally have great choice

ffffffedup Thu 22-Oct-15 20:43:27

Forgive me here but why would you need a waterproof one for someone so small??? My ds is 8mo I can't imagine having him out exposed to the elements like that

LIZS Thu 22-Oct-15 20:45:04

Little Trekkers?

SoftSheen Thu 22-Oct-15 20:48:12

JoJoMamanBebe.

ffffffedup Waterproof all-in-ones are useful for allowing babies to crawl around outside when the ground is damp. Also good for babies in slings and carriers.

ItsAllGoingToBeFine Thu 22-Oct-15 20:49:23

Another vote for Little Trekkers - they'll have a few brands...

Ratarse Thu 22-Oct-15 20:49:54

It's for messy play fed up.

Sleepyhead, that's very kind of you, but it will be wrecked and stained within a couple of wears so would prefer it to go to a 'proper' home. grin What a kind person you are.

ItsAllGoingToBeFine Thu 22-Oct-15 20:50:07

Or Viking Kids.

I've got an awesome picture of DD crawling around in the snow grin

Ratarse Thu 22-Oct-15 20:50:54

Thanks everyone, i'll look them all up.

ItsAllGoingToBeFine Thu 22-Oct-15 20:50:59

Is it for messy play in your own house?if so, would naked then bath work?

VocationalGoat Thu 22-Oct-15 20:53:43

Hippychick does a great one. Really loved mine. Fleece lined, durable.

LIZS Thu 22-Oct-15 20:54:11

Dc had one of ink{http://www.amazon.co.uk/Clippasafe-Red-Splash-Play-Suit/dp/B000NGASTY/ref=sr\www.amazon.co.uk/Clippasafe-Red-Splash-Play-Suit/dp/B000NGASTY/ref=s]]r}11_1?s=baby&ie=UTF8&qid=1445543527&sr=1-1&keywords=Splash+and+play+suit but suspect too large.

fusspot66 Thu 22-Oct-15 20:54:57

Aldington have some this week. Regatta ones are easily found online for less than Rrp. Buy Regatta big. The elastic arm and leg cuffs roll back OK and babies grow like mushrooms

sleepyhead Thu 22-Oct-15 20:55:29

Ah, ok grin.

I wonder if just a sleepsuit would be as good as a waterproof then? Maybe a fleecy one from Primark or similar which would repel some liquid without letting it through to the skin. Tbh I just stripped ds1&2 down to their nappies if things were going to get messy, but not so practical in colder weather.

fusspot66 Thu 22-Oct-15 20:56:04

Aldi have some this week
Gah!

Ratarse Thu 22-Oct-15 21:03:35

Ah yes, some good ideas. It can sometimes be a bit cold for stripping down to nappy so thought the all in one would be a good idea. I'm in Aldi tomorrow so will have a look, if not there are plenty of suggestion. Thanks for your help ladies.

ffffffedup Thu 22-Oct-15 21:05:04

Can't say I've ever let mine crawl on the ground when it's wet and I'd probably opt for a pushchair with raincover if it was raining but that's just me

DaffyDuck88 Thu 22-Oct-15 21:06:34

I'm rather taken with this Mini A Ture one. Its quite light so fine to throw on over anything.

ffffffedup Thu 22-Oct-15 21:06:46

Messy play I can understand smile

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