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Reusable Swim nappy for over 2 boys?

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jane313 Mon 20-Jun-05 19:28:42

They don't seem to exist and I haven't even thought about potty training yet. Do I just risk it or buy diposables. My son squeezes into his 12-18 one so I could just buy a 18-24 month one and hope it fits. The over 2 ones just have one of those mesh things.

He has never pooed in the pool but has once in the bath and today in his paddling pool when he was au natural.

aloadoffishyballs Mon 20-Jun-05 19:32:39

I get the pants one form adams that are like a cather of poos but look like normal pants
john lewis have them too

aloadoffishyballs Mon 20-Jun-05 19:33:21

here adams version is half the price

jane313 Mon 20-Jun-05 19:35:19

do they do them for 2-3 year olds? I haven't been to those shops yet but tried on line and M&S and Mothercare and they alll stopped at 24 months.

anchovies Mon 20-Jun-05 19:35:51

Zoggs do swim nappies and swim shorts in 24-36 months. Can get them from little trekkers or boots, both have a 10% discount.

aloadoffishyballs Mon 20-Jun-05 19:36:01

Hmm think they presume the kid is potty trained b then
got ds3 one and its aged 2 I think form adasm but they are in t e sale

jane313 Mon 20-Jun-05 19:36:21

the john lewis ones only go up to 2 too.

jane313 Mon 20-Jun-05 19:38:29

I'll try Zoggs. thanks,

My son was only 2 last week and I only know one person with a similar aged child who has started yet and its been a complete failure!

anchovies Mon 20-Jun-05 19:39:14

here

trace2 Mon 20-Jun-05 19:39:19

i got mine from boots

aloadoffishyballs Mon 20-Jun-05 19:40:59

yes I am facin g it in august

jane313 Mon 20-Jun-05 19:41:19

thanks everyone.

mumsnet is far better than google!

jane313 Mon 20-Jun-05 19:42:51

I'm selling my house at the moment so its definitely not the right time to start!

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