Toddler pyjamas

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Chickpearocker Thu 07-Sep-17 09:04:44

Anyone have any recommendations? Would like them to wash well and not shrink and be of a nice soft quality. I find Asda etc a bit rough x

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Theyhaveallbeenused2 Thu 07-Sep-17 09:06:33

Ds has a pair of paw patrol pjs from Matalan. They feel so snuggly still after a few months.

PocketNiffler Thu 07-Sep-17 09:12:52

My ds has some gorgeous ones from
Sainsbury's. He has hand me down pyjamas from gap that have been through two kids already and feel lovely and soft!

Oliack1417 Thu 07-Sep-17 09:19:42

My son has some lovely pjs from next - 'Transport, snuggle fit (3pack)'
They are super soft and cosy, and wash and tumble dry brilliantly. I've been through a lot of pyjamas and these are the best I've found so far. I wish they did adult size. 😀

BananaFrenchToast Thu 07-Sep-17 09:23:57

Skinny fit ones from Gap are lovely. Get them when they have a 25% or 40% off offer (quite frequently).

Orangebird69 Thu 07-Sep-17 09:28:58

Next Snuggle Fit are fab. Best pj's I've bought ds.

chockwockydoda Thu 07-Sep-17 10:26:33

Jojo mama do some nice all in ones without feet but they are £16 each confused my lo only has them because nanny was feeling flush. But they do wash and dry brilliantly

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Chickpearocker Thu 07-Sep-17 13:41:22

Thank you! I will have a look x

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BewareOfTheToddler Thu 07-Sep-17 13:51:24

DS has two pairs of Batman pyjamas from H & M and they've washed very well so far. The Sainsbury's Elmer ones less so but were too cute not to.

He also has Polarn o Pyret summer romper pyjamas which haven't worn as well as I'd have expected for the price even if they were on sale

Cakescakescakes Thu 07-Sep-17 14:35:46

Next snuggle fit here too. Wash well and tumble dry well. Handed down to second DC now! Make sure and check they are 100% cotton as occasionally some are a polycotton mix which isn't as breathable and goes bobbly.

carolhere Tue 17-Oct-17 18:32:27

I have got some PJs for my toddler son from Next and I really liked the fabric they have used on it, as they were in good quality although a bit pricey when compared with local stores.

Rupe13 Wed 25-Oct-17 13:58:41

I got some bits from a website called teddyts.com for my toddler and they've washed well so far!

Rupe13 Wed 25-Oct-17 13:59:28

sorry teddyts.co.uk!

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