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    Thank you, he is in a toddler bed now and I think a single doona might be to big so a cot one might be my best option

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    Cotton box I think it's called sells a couple online.

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    Just saw them on sale at David Jones on the weekend. They were mainly the Bubba Blue brand ones

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    If you have no luck get one of those beautiful fluffy sleeping bags

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    I got DS's off ebay - $60 for genuine lambswool filled doona. A bit expensive but it's awesome and he loves it.
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    Gypsy Kids - cot in a box

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    I bought DD's doona cover off eBay. There wasn't much of a selection though. You could maybe get one made to fit the doona?

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    Thanks everyone. I had a big search online yesterday and found a few but they were either too expensive or not the right size. I posted the question on my fb bh group and one of the lovely mums has offered to make one for me I just have to find some fabric I like

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    Look it up on ebay toddler bedding

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    I prefer a 2.5 tog sleeping bag at that age. I also place a blanket on top on really cold nights.


 

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