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Pyjamas for small boys

(14 Posts)
kikidee Tue 19-Jul-05 20:13:03

I need pyjamas (round neck type) for my 15 month old ds and I am struggling to find nice ones. I've tried M&S, John Lewis, Gap (expensive) and Boden and haven't found any. Can anyone point me in the right direction, preferably on-line if possible?

jessicaandbumpsmummy Tue 19-Jul-05 20:13:59

great slogan ones in blooming marvellous - on the front "why am i going to bed...." on the back " its mummy who is tired!"

lunavix Tue 19-Jul-05 20:13:59


vickiyumyum Tue 19-Jul-05 20:15:05

white company?
babies r us

Heathcliffscathy Tue 19-Jul-05 20:16:10

[whispers] ASDA have superb ones....soft 100% cotton, really nice designs like tractors, lions and tigers, bears in forest...i absolutely love them and they are cheap as chips (£5 for 2 pairs i think)...

but from your post, this may not be your cup of tea.

incidentally, what don't you like about the ones in all the shops you've looked at?

MarsLady Tue 19-Jul-05 20:18:12

Agree with ASDA. Great value, gorgeous pjs. As nice and nicer than M&S.

kikidee Tue 19-Jul-05 20:50:10

Thanks for replies ladies. I don't often go to Asda but my mum does so I will ask her to get me some. When he was smaller, a lot of his sleepsuits and bodysuits came from there and they were very good quality.

Sophable, basically, the shops don't seem to have many full lenght pairs at the moment. I couldn't find any in M&S or John Lewis today, and I don't mean any I liked, I couldn't see any at all. Gap's are lovely but I draw the line at £15 for a pair of PJ's I'm afraid.

He has some nice short ones from Mothercare but that was all I could get. We're in Scotland and sometimes in the morning I think it's a bit chilly to be running around in just shorts and T-shirt. I'll have a quick look at the Next website now and Blooming Marvellous.

stripey Tue 19-Jul-05 20:50:34

We have had loads of pjs and I have to say the Asda ones are fab. You can often get 2 pairs for £5 and they wash and dry really well. Mothercare also do some good ones for winter quite thick and good quality. I think they have a sale on ATM.

nannyjo Tue 19-Jul-05 20:56:12

i got some from Asda they're great

Heathcliffscathy Tue 19-Jul-05 20:57:40

kikidee, get the asda ones, you really won't be disappointed!

tillykins Tue 19-Jul-05 20:58:45

BhS have nice ones in - and I got two pairs in the sale on Saturday!

kikidee Tue 19-Jul-05 21:07:15

I have just ordered these transport ones but will ask my mum to check asda for me. I do like nice PJ's as they look so sparkling clean and cuddly in them!

PiccadillyCircus Tue 19-Jul-05 21:09:57

I've got some lovely ones from Matalan for DS. I think they have long sleeve ones in - his were short sleeve and 2 pairs for £4 or 4 pairs for £6 which is also good .

acnebride Tue 19-Jul-05 21:20:13

Boots do nice ones too if any of these don't come up with the goods

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