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    There's also a thing called a bed sock (I think that's the name) which zips up around the bed so they stay under the covers. I've seen a few other brands doing this with thicker type material for winter too

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    Target sells onesies up to adult size. DD is two and sleeps in a single bed with an 8.5 tog rated goose down doona, so she is nice and toasty warm now 😊

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    We've only just got onsies this year in previous years I would put a single and socks on then a layer of cotton thermals and make sure they are all tucked in then flannels over the top. This year I will do singlet and socks then onsie and then flannels on top. Keeps them warm since we don't have heaters and blankets mostly get kicked off

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    Fleecy sleepsuits in target go up to a size 7. When really cold you can put ph's underneath

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    In regards to the pj riding up issue: Friends of mine sewed buttons onto the pants and then did the button holes in the shirt, so two at the front and back and now the pjs don't ride up. =) Otherwise I've seen in best and less sleeping bags that turn into onesies so they might work?

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