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Carty76 Sun 21-Aug-16 08:30:02

Hi All

My 2 year old is now in a bed with duvet and pillow but is consistently waking up due to kicking the covers off. She's really struggled making the transition from Grobag to duvet. Any advice as to how we keep the covers on?!

MooPointCowsOpinion Sun 21-Aug-16 08:31:01

Back in the grow bag. You can get ones with feet.

Diddlydokey Sun 21-Aug-16 08:31:24

Can they pull them up themselves and using it as an excuse? I had to go into ds and say do it yourself, basically. That stopped it!

Athrawes Sun 21-Aug-16 08:31:52

Go back in the grow bag.

RoganJosh Sun 21-Aug-16 08:32:30

We gave up with ours, he's now four and wears fleece sleepsuits and no covers.

Carty76 Sun 21-Aug-16 08:32:41

No, she genuinely can't do it. I did seriously thinking about going back in the Grobag but it became a massive battle in the end getting her into it...

cookielove Sun 21-Aug-16 08:35:04

The gro company do a duvet that they get zipped into, it's expensive but could solve the problem. You could half of it zipped up so it looks like a normal cover once she is asleep zip up the rest!

Carty76 Sun 21-Aug-16 08:36:33

Crickey, that could be the answer!!!!

UsainWho Sun 21-Aug-16 08:36:35

Jojo sell duvet clips, my 6 year old still has them for this very reason!!!

cookielove Sun 21-Aug-16 08:36:51

here

Carty76 Sun 21-Aug-16 08:37:33

Ooohhhh, I'll have a look at that!!! Fab idea!

UsainWho Sun 21-Aug-16 08:43:17

They're great. If they're too long, just wrap them around the slats or side boards a bit. Much cheaper than the fancy duvet 😉

WellyMummy Sun 21-Aug-16 08:55:41

They make a larger size of Grobag, my DD, now 6, still struggles with the duvet and sometimes till uses the Grobag.

MilkTwoSugarsThanks Sun 21-Aug-16 09:00:51

Is it a cot bed? Can you use a single duvet (not cot bed sized) widthways on so you can tuck it right under the mattress?

GeorgeTheThird Sun 21-Aug-16 09:09:59

Just use a sheet over the duvet to hold it in place.

Joneseygirl77 Sun 21-Aug-16 15:58:20

Second vote for jo jo duvet clips. They're great we've been using them for about a week with our 2.4 Dd who will also throw her duvet off in the night.

Carty76 Sun 21-Aug-16 19:27:59

Thanks for the tips peeps. I've put her back in the Grobag for tonight, we're got suitcases under eyes so will see what happens and if it's a failure will go for the clips. Bit annoyed with myself putting her back in. Feel like I've taken a step back. Kids!!!!!!

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