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Old 02-11-2014, 11:09 PM   #1
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Pajamas with Disana Wool Pull-Ons?

I have a beautiful green Disana wool pull-on cover that I would LOVE to use with a fitted dipe on my DD at night. What kind of pajama set-up would I use with them? I'd obviously use a long-sleeved top, but what about bottoms? The Disana cover is so bulky that pajama pants seem crazy, but I want her legs covered up. Would you do just socks? Or leg warmers? Or just a sleep sack over the cover? I have a Woolino merino wool sleep sack that I usually use, but she just got too hot and sweaty in both the Disana cover and the sleep sack, so I took the Disana cover off and used a Thirsties cover instead. Any suggestions? We don't have central heating, so this question has been bugging me for a while.

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Old 02-11-2014, 11:12 PM   #2
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Re: Pajamas with Disana Wool Pull-Ons?

My kiddo doesn't like socks. Baby legs don't fit his legs well either. I tend to use the blanket pajamas. Plenty of butt room in those things. Then I don't worry about him having a blanket on. He doesn't get sweaty in them though.
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My DS sleeps with me and we live in San Diego so I don't put anything over his disana. He just wears a t-shirt with it.

I'd try the blanket sleeper suggestion if I were you. They do seem to be have room for a fluffy derrière.

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We live in soCal also and use disana wool over a fitted under a fleece blanket sleeper. I very rarely use our heat and she is warm enough on cold nights and doesn't mind being warm on less cold nights. When summer gets here I will probably just put long sleeved Jammie tops on her.
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I just put pj pants over it. Usually cotton ones. My dd is not usually a heavy wetter though she does have her nights. When I put fleece jammies on her I just let them act like a fleece soaker. As she gets older this probably won't work but it work great now.
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Re: Pajamas with Disana Wool Pull-Ons?

I still used the regular two-pieced pajamas. Top with pants with feet. The diaper with wool was bulky, and I could only pull the pants up half way in the back. It did look a bit funny, but she was a heavy wetter so we needed the wool and it was chilly so she needed the pants. It didn't interfere with her walking around before bed or in the morning.
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Re: Pajamas with Disana Wool Pull-Ons?

Thanks for the suggestions! I hadn't even thought of trying footed pajamas, mostly because the fleece combined with the wool makes her sweat a lot. So I looked up wool blanket pajamas, and found that Cosilana makes some "wool terry" footed pajamas. They also make some wool long-sleeved shirts that are her size. I'm going to play around with the wool shirt on top with footed pants or the footed pajamas on top of the Disana and see what's more comfy for her (I love wool!)
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Re: Pajamas with Disana Wool Pull-Ons?

I used Disana leggings over their soakers for a long time with my DD. She kept warm but not too hot and they're a good price!
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I used Disana leggings over their soakers for a long time with my DD. She kept warm but not too hot and they're a good price!
We do the same with my DD - big night diaper (disana tie-on with two padfolded flats inside), disana soaker and disana leggings. The leggings aren't very thick so they shouldn't be too warm.
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