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    Bambini Pronto

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    I used The Dream Bag. Got them shipped from the UK, 2 x 1 Tog and 2 x 2.5 tog for about $120. Got the 6-18mth size and DS has just stopped using them at about 26mths but he is a shorty. They wash up really well. I also have 2 X 0.3 tog Ergopouch ones for summer and they are fantastic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jellyfishie View Post
    I have found very little difference between our Grobags and our Skip Hops. Except the Grobags cost a fortune, and the Skip Hops were $10 from the company that is now Stork Nest (brain fade, what was their name until a few months ago??)
    Bambini pronto! I got a couple from the same sale

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    Get grobags off eBay from the uk - usually works out at around $35 per bag

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    Quick question - bought a Plum today (on sale at baby bunting) rated 1.0. I was initially thinking 2.5 as she's due during winter and our house can get quite chilly - but the 2.5s weren't on sale. However I'm thinking I can dress her appropriately underneath - correct?

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    http://www.plumcollections.com.au/ep...s/Sleepingbags

    That should help with what to dress but in according to temperature of the room & what tog the sleeping bag is :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmyEL View Post
    http://www.plumcollections.com.au/ep...s/Sleepingbags

    That should help with what to dress but in according to temperature of the room & what tog the sleeping bag is :-)
    Thanks Amy, I've spotted that before.

    I'll keep an eye out for a reasonably priced 2.5

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    My DD lived in the $30 ones from Pumpkin Patch. They were perfect and if you can get them on sale then even better!

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    I got mine cheap on sale when my DD2 was little, they are now still perfect for belly bub due in June. We live in qld so only got tog 1.0


 

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