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LittleFoal

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Thinking of getting a onesie from baby pants but don't know what size to get. I'm 5' 1 and wear size adult small so was thinking size small but I may be size xsmall but don't really know. Anyone got one from them and can help me out. Thanks
 

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They seem to be sized very generously, but will shrink a great deal when you wash them for the first time. I wear a XL T-shirt, which is a bit loose on me, but found that their Large size onesie was a perfect fit after one washing.
 

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I cant stand the baby-pants onesies and Ive written to them about it. The small and medium onesie I have are the same size!!! I bought a medium first as I was right on the edge sizewise... It looks like it is made to fit a giraffe! (or a really fat person) so I ordered the next one in a small... same thing... it just hangs down at the crotch and offeres no support at all.

The babykins ones are sized for humans but shipping to Australia is criminally insane from that site.
 

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When it comes to baby-pants onesies I purchased mine a size smaller because I heard that they run a size larger, when I first got it I was disappointed because it was still beginner then I wanted (I usually wear a size medium), but after a washed and dried it it fits like a dream. I would suggest buying a size smaller.
 

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yea would get ones at babykins but the size is to big for me I just measured myself and I am a size xsmall on baby-pants
 

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The extra small from baby-pants should work just fine. If it is a tad to big just shrink it in the washer and dryer
 

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I've been finding onesies in the shops like Kmart and Big W in the adult PJ section. Mind you Im in Australia but I thought onsies in shops were all the rage in America and the UK first.
 

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I've been finding onesies in the shops like Kmart and Big W in the adult PJ section. Mind you Im in Australia but I thought onsies in shops were all the rage in America and the UK first.


Godsclaws, I believe that LittleFoal is talking about onesies, the type that is a shirt and has snaps in the crotch. I think that you are getting it confused with a footed sleeper (sometimes referred to as onesie) which covers the entire body from the feet to the neck and usually has a zipper running the length of the body.
 

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I cant stand the baby-pants onesies and Ive written to them about it. The small and medium onesie I have are the same size!!! I bought a medium first as I was right on the edge sizewise... It looks like it is made to fit a giraffe! (or a really fat person) so I ordered the next one in a small... same thing... it just hangs down at the crotch and offeres no support at all.

The babykins ones are sized for humans but shipping to Australia is criminally insane from that site.

I got a small onesie from baby-pants and it only fits right after I wash it(Hot water and dried with a towel), afterward it just stretches out again.
 

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Hello to all,

I specifically am looking for a onesie intended for wear with disposable diapers.

I am incontinent and need more support to counter diaper sag. I do not know whether the onsies intended for wear with cloth diapers will be tight enough from neck to crotch to give my diaper the support it needs.

Any suggestions or comments?

--JD
 

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Hello to all,

I specifically am looking for a onesie intended for wear with disposable diapers.

I am incontinent and need more support to counter diaper sag. I do not know whether the onsies intended for wear with cloth diapers will be tight enough from neck to crotch to give my diaper the support it needs.

Any suggestions or comments?

--JD

I have three onesie from Babykins.com and they are fantastic! I also wear disposable diapers and they fit perfect, just use the sizing chart on the website and get the appropriate size for yourself. I like that they offer an assortment of styles that also very in different colours.
 

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I personally use a mix between the 4care ones from XP Medical and the ones that Preventaware have. The preventaware ones are a lot more stretchy and I suspect that they will be more comfortable come summer (seems a lot more lightweight). I've found that even though I wear size medium shirts, I tend to have to buy size large, though baby pants onesizes are a lot larger than other size larges I have found.
 
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