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my dd has a cotbed where do you buy your bedding from for cotbed?

(17 Posts)
tinkisfourtyweeks Fri 16-Jan-09 19:07:15

hi

my daughter has a cotbed and wondered where people ger cotbed bedding from

geogteach Fri 16-Jan-09 19:14:59

John Lewis

hedgehog1979 Fri 16-Jan-09 19:15:54

babys r us

bodiddly Fri 16-Jan-09 19:17:21

mothercare

GentleOtter Fri 16-Jan-09 19:17:47

asda

MrsTittleMouse Fri 16-Jan-09 19:19:13

Mothercare - but I ask for it as presents as I'm cheap. blush And I don't need any more teddies/dresses etc.

NimChimpsky Fri 16-Jan-09 19:20:21

made some myself and bought some from ikea.

Portofino Fri 16-Jan-09 19:20:54

Mothercare.Ikea

mogs0 Fri 16-Jan-09 21:07:04

Ds had a sleeping bag and blankets until the sides came off his then I bought some gorgeous cotbed flat sheets from the White Co sale and a couple of blankets.

nelliesmum Fri 16-Jan-09 21:16:39

Don't, when they go into the bed, buy a normal single duvet and put it on sideways. You can tuck a lot of it underneath and it stops it from falling off.

nelliesmum Fri 16-Jan-09 21:17:32

Before that, baby sleeping bags are the way to go.

gigglewitch Fri 16-Jan-09 21:18:41

we get ours at bargain prices at dunelm mill
smile

MumtoCharlieandLola Fri 16-Jan-09 21:31:25

I got a nice duvet from Ikea, dead cheap too.

weddingcake Sat 17-Jan-09 09:35:31

Sheets from matalan - cheapest I found anywhere but no difference in quality to somewhere like Mothercare.

IAteMakkaPakka Sat 17-Jan-09 09:37:18

Matalan's stuff is cheap and reasonable quality. Presents otherwise, and John Lewis but only on sale grin

amidaiwish Mon 19-Jan-09 08:49:50

dd1 has these baroo

you will need a toddler pillow as the pillowcase is 60x40 which is smaller than normal sized ones.

mamadiva Mon 19-Jan-09 09:08:44

We have a single duvet and pillow on DS's cotbed before that we used sleeping bag.

The single duvet tucks in at the sides and bottom to keep him snuggly and means he wont fall out

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