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advice on babygrows/clothes for a poo spreader??

(5 Posts)
redgate Fri 22-Feb-13 13:41:12

There is also loads of good info and advice on www.netbuddy.org x

redgate Fri 22-Feb-13 13:39:39

Fledglings or Togs 4 Special sprogs both do nice ones, both have websites that are easy to find via google.

Are you a member of one of the special needs groups on facebook? as often have nearly new ones listed on there too smile

2old2beamum Wed 15-Aug-12 12:45:08

Sorry only just read your post We have a poo digger and bought all-in -ones from Rackety's (can't do links) Zip up the back BUT very expensive £30 each. Am now going to try Next as they have some up to 16 years £8-£11

duckduck Fri 06-Jul-12 19:37:05

oh - she is 28 months. or 2 and 4 months but is the same size as my 3.5 year old.

duckduck Fri 06-Jul-12 19:35:26

Hello.... my dd4 has what has been called "complex needs" with development delays whcih are being investigated. She is a complete peach and a whole bundle of new experiences which I never had with the other 3.... however she has discovered that digging out a nappy is her new skill and I cannot take it any more. I can't find big babygrows in asda/tescos or anywhere on the highstreet that work or fit. I have looked online but everything is so expensive. She is over 95 percentile, can't express needs particularly and won't call or yell in the morning if she needs a new nappy - won't become distressed or anything - just digs it all out and re-decorates with it....

please give me some tips? Or where is the best place to buy big strong poppered babygrows. She is massively strong and can get out of clothes. I have tried getting up earlier.. I have tried feeding her at a different time and trying to get the timing right with her. I don't think I am doing the right thing and haven't got a clue...

Thanks x

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