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All in one sleepsuits, can you get these for over 2's?

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Kaybeeand2boys Fri 03-Oct-08 15:58:12

My ds1 has excema, so he's better off not being able to scratch at night, and all in one's are ideal.
Just not sure where to get them in bigger sizes????

JackieNo Fri 03-Oct-08 16:00:24

Here? Bit pricey though.

Kaybeeand2boys Fri 03-Oct-08 16:07:18

wow, yes quite pricey!

beansmum Fri 03-Oct-08 16:14:22

You can get them, without feet though, at h&m. They usually don't have much choice though, just one or two styles.

JackieNo Fri 03-Oct-08 16:14:42

Ah, this is better - M&S go up to age 3.

Pollyanna Fri 03-Oct-08 16:17:23

I think that la redoute/vertbaudet have them.

notsoteenagemum Fri 03-Oct-08 16:17:27

Vertbaudet do footless all-in-ones for over two's.

itsnotatoy Fri 03-Oct-08 16:38:02

we got some age 5 or so a few years ago from Mothercare and Adams. no feet though. I'm sure my french friend had some even bigger ones for her kids too

WhereTheWildThingsWere Fri 03-Oct-08 16:42:50

Verbaudet up to 3

They come up BIG btw.

charchargabor Fri 03-Oct-08 16:46:54

I saw an Iggle Piggle one in Woolies that went up to 3-4 years yesterday. Can't find it on website though.

SmugColditz Fri 03-Oct-08 16:47:44

ppprimark sell fleece ones

Kaybeeand2boys Fri 03-Oct-08 16:50:20

Gee thanks everyone grin
Like the m&s ones, very cute!

nicolamumof3 Fri 03-Oct-08 21:23:09

i think next do 2-3 in their sleepsuits?

FAQ Fri 03-Oct-08 21:24:56

I think (but am not entirely certain) I still have 3 x 2-3yr all in one sleepsuits upstairs.

I'll be sorting out up there (in a massive way) this weekend and can have a look if you would like - they've hardly been worn although had them for years

nicolamumof3 Fri 03-Oct-08 21:24:59

M&S ones are usually really soft would get them esp. as they do free delivery on all their orders now x

Kaybeeand2boys Sat 04-Oct-08 15:10:20

Thanks FAQ, thats very nice of you, but don't go to too much trouble looking for them!

FAQ Sat 04-Oct-08 15:11:54

Kaybee - I'm just about to head up there (having a break after blitzing the garden for 2hrs) - I have to sort out upstairs as I'll be moving after Christmas (and more pressingly I can't actually get into my bed atm) - they'll be in one of 3 places smile

mamadiva Sat 04-Oct-08 15:21:29

My DS is 2YO and has bad eczema too. We use fleecey babygros in the winter you can get them from Primark but we stick to the mothercare ones although they are more expensive at around £10 it is better to use these than the cheaper ones I find anyway but its because they stay softer and seem to be better with my DS's skin, totally personal choice though!

Kaybeeand2boys Sun 05-Oct-08 21:50:50

i always wondered whether he'd get too hot in a fleecy babygro, but might be worth a try. I think it's just because I have excema and find fleece's overheat me!! Not that i wear babygros!!

jellybeans Mon 06-Oct-08 11:24:39

In the mothercare catalogue they go up to 6-7 yrs!

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