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Help - PJ's with feet???????????

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SazzlesA Wed 27-Aug-08 19:00:53

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norksinmywaistband Wed 27-Aug-08 19:05:28

here are some

SazzlesA Wed 27-Aug-08 19:11:31

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BloodySmartarse Wed 27-Aug-08 19:21:43

ds3 now has a duvet, but for some time, refused to stay under one and hated growbags too (mind you, like you say, now hes walking it wouldnt work anyway) i used to put him in a loose fleece sleepysuit thing over his jammies or babygro. seemed to work at keeping him warm, but still gave him the freedom of movement he demanded.

nell12 Wed 27-Aug-08 19:26:43

how about this?

SazzlesA Wed 27-Aug-08 19:54:16

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ILikeToMoveItMoveIt Wed 27-Aug-08 19:58:51

Next do fleece sleepsuits up to age 3.

thisisyesterday Wed 27-Aug-08 19:59:48

m&s do babygros up to 2-3 years. they're pretty generous

SazzlesA Wed 27-Aug-08 20:05:33

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girls fleece sleepsuit

If you haven't ordered from them before, you get ten pounds off your first order and free postage, so would only cost you 2 quid.

Sizes are 'up to'.

tassisssss Wed 27-Aug-08 20:08:25

primark do fleece sleepsuits in the winter (may be too early)

I saw lovely ones in boots the otherday and mothercare have them in their catalogue. BHS usually good for this kind of thing too.

M&S also do pyjama seperates with feet if that makes sense (it's the poppers on traditional sleepsuits that encourage dd to strip!)

SazzlesA Wed 27-Aug-08 20:47:46

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BloodySmartarse Wed 27-Aug-08 21:36:03

i see you got lots of links to fleece suits - mine i got from all over, as and when i found them tbh. esp once you get out of baby age, theyre kind of harder to come by. but they are about, as all those links show smile

pgwithnumber3 Wed 27-Aug-08 21:37:26

I saw some pjs with feet on in M&S last week. Not sure what size they went up to but I picked them up for DD2 in 12-18 months.

pgwithnumber3 Wed 27-Aug-08 21:41:21

here They only go up to 18-24 months but they were HUGE.

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