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Which size Grobag?

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JammieMummy Thu 29-Aug-13 10:25:16


I am about to buy 1st Grobag for my DS. I have searched previous threads and the Internet but I can seem to find anything about if their sizes come up big or small! My son is 16 months and quite long I think he is approx 82cmdo I buy the 12-18 month bag or the 18-36 month bag?

I know it is a daft question but I dont want to waste money either way.

Thank you

JiltedJohnsJulie Thu 29-Aug-13 11:10:08

I'd buy the 18-36. My DS had a Noukie one, not grobag but very good quality still. The bottom folded over so he would be fine in it from 16 months smile

ZolaBuddleia Thu 29-Aug-13 11:12:52

Yes, go for the 18 month one. If the arm holes are too big you could always put a stitch in.

If you're near a TKMaxx they often have Grobags and other brands too.

I also got lovely clean Grobags second hand on ebay.

PoppyAmex Thu 29-Aug-13 11:12:55

DD is 17 months (98th percentile) and I just bought Mothercare's Little Bird 2.5 tog for 18-36 months.

Looks like there's some room for growth there, but it's not swamping her either.

PoppyAmex Thu 29-Aug-13 11:14:35

Zola is right, TK Maxx usually have loads of Grobags at very good prices.

JammieMummy Thu 29-Aug-13 11:23:02

Thank you all! smile I will definitely go with the 18-36 months. And will look in tk max as there is one not far from us!

AidanTheRevengeNinja Thu 29-Aug-13 14:27:13

TK Maxx is great but also have a look at Kiddicare - they had a 2-pack for £25 last time I looked! Also John Lewis had a couple on sale for £16 ish recently online.

GreenOlives Sat 31-Aug-13 21:45:25

Definitely go for the bigger ones and have a look at Dreambags - they are lovely quality sleeping bags and I think they wash/tumble much better than Grobags smile

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