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Can anyone help me find nightdresses for DD aged two?

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used2bthin Sun 14-Sep-08 20:40:36

I've seen loads of nice pjs but need nightdresses, long sleeved and warm but not too expensive. Has anyone seen any about?

MissKubelik Sun 14-Sep-08 20:46:53

M&S have some

used2bthin Sun 14-Sep-08 20:53:30

Thank you MissaKubelik I'll have a look there.

ja9 Sun 14-Sep-08 20:54:38

I've been looking too... but with no joy.

used2bthin Sun 14-Sep-08 20:56:00

I just looked at M and S website ja9 and they have got a pack of two for £10.

ja9 Sun 14-Sep-08 21:07:36

ooh, will go have a look.

CantSleepWontSleep Sun 14-Sep-08 22:02:59

I've been struggling with this recently too.
Got a short sleeved one from John Lewis the other day, but no long sleeved, so have relented and ordered the expensive Boden one, and I think that MIL is going to get one from the White Company too.

pippibluestocking Sun 14-Sep-08 22:04:36

Try Fig when they get their winter stock in - noy cheap but really sweet. here

used2bthin Mon 15-Sep-08 20:01:22

The Boden ones are lovely aren't they? Over budget though in my case as are the Fig ones sadly. She's having an operation and wil have a catheter so wanted cheaper ones really in case they get messy. Thanks for that link though some of the stuff is gorgeous!

hazygirl Mon 15-Sep-08 20:11:54

my granddaughter has had ops that require a cathetar and find nighties for her in woolworths and asda cheap as dont want warm ones when in hospitalx

used2bthin Mon 15-Sep-08 20:48:18

Thanks hazygirl, I will have a look there. I am always freezing at hospital at night but it could be because the parents bed is usually low down and by the window. I probably need to buy a few so maybe I should get some short sleeved ones too then I can put a cardi over it if its cold. This may be a really silly question but, what do they wear on their bottom half if they've got a catheter? What if they poo? My dd will be coming home with one, not sure for how long but a couple of weeks I'd say(will be in hosp the first 3-5days so not such an issue there as I guess she'll be lying down most of it)

hazygirl Tue 16-Sep-08 18:57:56

we had thisregularly cathetar just goes down side of nappy, its not a prob usually and i wouldnt buy expensive as they get lost,good luck xxx

Seona1973 Tue 16-Sep-08 19:46:01

I got dd's from matalan

MaloryDontDiveItsShallow Tue 16-Sep-08 19:52:25

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used2bthin Tue 16-Sep-08 22:42:56

Thanks Hazygirl I started a thread on them and it sounds like it may not be as bad as I thought. Dreading it all obviously though. Matalan is a good plan I'll have a look there and see if they are cheaper than the m and s ones. Malory the Boden ones are lovely I am worried they'd get blood or worse on though and it'd be a shame if they were those ones. They look all nice and cosy though. There is a Boden sale on near me soon maybe I will look out for nice stuff for when she's recovering.

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