Bedding - what next??

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  1. sunshine114

    sunshine114 Well-Known Member

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    LO has almost grown out of his 6-18 month sleeping bags as he is a very long baby. He wiggles round loads in the night too, so I want him to be comfortable moving his little legs around.

    My question is - what comes next after a 6-18 month sleeping bag? Do you go for an 18 month + sleeping bag or something else? I feel as confused as I did when he was newborn! :shrug:

    He has got a little while yet before they get too small, I'm just wanting to plan ahead - so what do you / have you / will you do?
     
  2. xSophieBx

    xSophieBx Mummy to a Beautiful Girl

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    Oh I'm glad Lily's not the only one lol. I've only just decided to use our 12-18month sleeping bag and shes already too long for it!! I thought it had the wrong label on at first but maybe it is right.. They do 18-24month ones! Someone sells ex mothercare ones cheap on ebay xx
     
  3. sunshine114

    sunshine114 Well-Known Member

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    I wonder sometimes whether the length is right, I know my LO is long (91st centile) but I do wonder how they would fit an 18 month old!
    I'll have a look on ebay and see how much they are - they are so expensive when he grows out of them so quickly!
     
  4. xSophieBx

    xSophieBx Mummy to a Beautiful Girl

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    My LO is very long too, always has been. I wonder this too. Although saying that, she has a 1tog baby k one thats 6-18months and its sooooooo long. whereas this 1 was from George and its tiny! xx
     
  5. _Vicky_

    _Vicky_ Mum to twins

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    the boys have 18-36 month ones they have a fold up part which you unclip when they get taller - they are short arses lol so no problems growing out length wise here just width wise chunky monkeys they are.
     
  6. sunshine114

    sunshine114 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, I'll look into some bigger ones, I like the sound of the 18-36 month ones as hopefully they will last a little longer!!
     

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