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    I've got the blanket sleepsuits from Target that I put over his PJ's in winter but still want him covered. I don't think they are enough in mid winter. We don't use heating in the house overnight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    I've got the blanket sleepsuits from Target that I put over his PJ's in winter but still want him covered. I don't think they are enough in mid winter. We don't use heating in the house overnight.
    Get thermals from Kathmandu...you will love them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Get thermals from Kathmandu...you will love them
    Do you mean these ones? http://www.kathmandu.com.au/boys/bas...ort-print.html

    What is the sizing like? It says XS is 2-4yrs. DS in 3.5yrs and in a size 3 atm so I assume this would be the size to get.

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    Yes. 2-4yr old. There sizing is great. I have all boys jumpers. They are great and very warm.

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    I tuck the top sheet in.

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    Our DS is the same he kicks them off to sleep on top of them. I tend to put long PJ's on him so he is at least warm overnight (unless it's stinking hot)


 

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