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Best newborn sleepsuits with inbuilt scratch mitts?

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nazbiotics Sun 21-Jun-15 09:33:39

Any recommendations? Got some Next ones but a bit pricey

ConcreteElephant Sun 21-Jun-15 09:35:28

I always liked the John Lewis ones - very soft, washed well. Multipacks work out quite reasonably priced.

applecore0317 Sun 21-Jun-15 09:35:46

I got all mine in the next sale, so far they have been the best, the other ones with the mits don't seem to fit her as well. If ever you can't sleep the best time to look on the next clearance is 4am as they add more in through the night...

eurochick Sun 21-Jun-15 09:36:02

We mostly had mothercare. I love mamas and papas too, but they are probably pricier than next! Different shops sell different shapes. Next didn't work for us at all as she was a dumpy chubby baby. They would barely do up around her belly but there were spar inches of fabric hanging off her feet. MandP were much better for her shape.

Only1scoop Sun 21-Jun-15 09:39:35

Loved the JL ones could get them in a pack and were fab quality.
Also Matalan were fine.
Found the poppers crap on the M&P ones.

doublepotions Sun 21-Jun-15 09:39:39

Next, via ebay.

odi1 Sun 21-Jun-15 09:42:21

Sainsburys were pretty good especially when they have a 25% off event.

lexyjay Sun 21-Jun-15 10:31:03


NovemberRainbow Sun 21-Jun-15 10:37:25

Next, sale is on the 18th of July. Fab value in the sale £8.

nazbiotics Sun 21-Jun-15 19:00:45

Baby won't wait til July 18th! Will have a look at Sains and Morrisons, no JL round these 'ere parts!

stressbucket1 Sun 21-Jun-15 19:05:56

2nd vote for Sainsburys they usually have the 25% off thing around school holidays time

Sanch1 Sun 21-Jun-15 19:50:12

Another vote for Sainsbury!

princessvikki Sun 21-Jun-15 19:52:06

Morrisons are the best I've found they wash well and don't shrink in the tumble dryer

Peacheykeen Sun 21-Jun-15 19:53:31

Next as I think they wash well and last for longer I know they can be a bit pricey. Agree with a pp Sainsburys very good value too

Marchhairy Sun 21-Jun-15 20:21:39

I got a few from different places in first size as different places suit different shapes- my boys were both long bodies and skinny so mammas and papas were rubbish but sainsburys and M&S best. Next was ok - loved the design but grew out of them quickly.

Poppytime Sun 21-Jun-15 20:31:48

I second john Lewis and mothercare ones - you can order online even if not one near you?

L0gLady Sun 21-Jun-15 20:35:58

Those packs of 3 for £15 from Next have been the best.

But I found we were bought SO MANY, that I didn't really buy any myself!

TerryTheGreenHorse Sun 21-Jun-15 20:37:20

The next ones are pricey but they wash the best by far of the ones I've tried. I got given some Jojo maman ones that washed terribly.

Ive some next ones that have gone through 2 babies and are still in their shape.

L0gLady Sun 21-Jun-15 20:37:48

Also Mothercare do a pack of 2 for £9 (I think) which were great.

Wisteria1979 Sun 21-Jun-15 20:38:45

Boots do lovely multipacks! Quite reasonably priced as well.

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