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Where can I get a swim nappy big enough for a 4 year old - before next Tuesday???

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SixSpotBurnet Thu 18-Sep-08 22:43:43

DS3 has been offered the chance to go a special needs swimming session at Britannia Leisure Centre. Now I know perfectly well he won't go in the pool - he won't go in the sodding bath at the moment - but I still want him to go along, so he needs a swim nappy.

Local tesco does disposable swim nappies but only medium, not large, and I am sure medium would not be big enough as he is pretty tall. We live in Hackney, East London. Anyone got any ideas?

eidsvold Fri 19-Sep-08 03:41:36

I use the Huggies for dd1 - she is now 6 BUT they are the large.

TotalChaos Fri 19-Sep-08 08:14:31

not got any more useful thoughts than to check out the big supermarkets and biggest boots nearest to you.

fishie Fri 19-Sep-08 08:32:51

sainsbury whitechapel might well have some in large. have you rung the pool? they might have something. anywhere near you which might sell re-usables?

FioFio Fri 19-Sep-08 08:36:34

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FioFio Fri 19-Sep-08 08:37:37

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sphil Fri 19-Sep-08 10:46:11

We got the largest size of Little Swimmers and they fit DS2 OK - he's nearly 6 and fairly tall/chunky! They don't look big enough but they are.

busybeingmum Fri 19-Sep-08 12:31:05

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SixSpotBurnet Fri 19-Sep-08 17:41:20

Thanks everyone! Will check out big Sainsburys and will order one of those ones that Fio suggested!

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