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monkeysmama Mon 22-Nov-10 20:09:36

My dd will only wear pyjamas but on tops always come up over her tubby belly and she gets cold in the night.

I want soft cotton but can't spend £25 on a nightie and another £20 on separate trousers. Any one seen any?

thisisyesterday Mon 22-Nov-10 20:10:25

Gap ones are quite long I have found

MrsSnaplegs Mon 22-Nov-10 20:15:57

How old is she? M&S have some all in ones for children upto 7 I think - they looked really snuggly!

mejon Mon 22-Nov-10 20:52:14

2nd Gap ones and the skinny long-john type ones from Next are quite generous too. I also try to remember to tuck DD's top into her bottoms before she gets into bed.

neolara Mon 22-Nov-10 20:53:17

White stuff have good pjyamas.

neolara Mon 22-Nov-10 20:54:00

Not White Stuff. The white company. (Must stop drinking wine for supper!)

moragbellingham Mon 22-Nov-10 21:03:24

I now buy M&S long sleeved nighties and put them over Mothercare PJs (on offer at the moment). I was wondering the same and didn't want to go back to vests with poppers underneath at night to keep her tummy warm.
What about this?

monkeysmama Mon 22-Nov-10 22:44:46

In scandinavian countries kids wear nightshirts with piggy bottoms which is what I want I think but they're all so dear.

I do tuck her top in but it's out as soon as she moves.

I think all I can do is by nighties and separate long bottoms.

2blessed2bstressed Tue 23-Nov-10 01:47:03

Um, piggy bottoms?? Have mental picture that I'm really hoping is not accurate representation!

monkeysmama Tue 23-Nov-10 20:52:34

Piggies as in pyjamas. Have you never heard them called that shock?!

LetThemEatCake Tue 23-Nov-10 21:51:32

I hadn't until you had your "piggy problem" last Xmas. Was totally flummoxed grin

monkeysmama Wed 24-Nov-10 09:27:58

grin

MarineIguana Wed 24-Nov-10 09:32:31

Get 2-packs of soft jersey leggings from mothercare, sainsbury's etc (2 for £5 or similar) and 2-packs of basic nighties. Can't see why it has to cost much at all. Look through mothercare/sainsbury's bargain rails too - they always have copious ones, not just at sale time.

blueberryboybait Wed 24-Nov-10 09:34:05

What about the Primark all in ones? DD1 has a fleecy pair and she loves them.

bubble2bubble Wed 24-Nov-10 09:37:35

the Next 'snuggle fit' ones have long,bottom covering tops
You can get away with a bigger size as well because the bottoms have cuffs & don't trip them up if a bit too long IYSWIM.

Next also have all in one sleepsuit type things up to about age 5 I think

2blessed2bstressed Thu 25-Nov-10 09:37:01

Never heard them called piggies before, ever! Was imagining little children with curly tails!

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