Sleepwear

Campers, festi-heads, hikers, even spelunkers... all welcome here. No fresh air activity too hearty, no fold-up product too desirable.

Sleepwear

Postby Den » 01 Jul 2013, 09:13

We are going camping for the first time with dd in 2 weeks. Per dd we used to camp fairly often but I can't seem to remember how cold it will be at night. She will be in double sleeping bag with me but will she still need fleecy type pjs or more layers etc. she is just turned 2. What do your lo s wear at night?
Den
 
Posts: 269
Joined: 28 Apr 2013, 20:59

Re: Sleepwear

Postby ToothFairy » 01 Jul 2013, 12:05

The last couple of times we've camped Dilly and Elsie have shared my double sleeping bag with me. The first time they wore two pairs of pyjamas (night time temps were around 2 degrees C), the second time just one pair. DH complained that his sleeping bag was cold when he got into it, mine was lovely and warm :D
Mummy to M - September 1998, D - October 2007, and E - May 2010. All BF, cloth nappies, and carried in the same sling, not sure BLW existed in the 90s though!
ToothFairy
 
Posts: 12408
Joined: 11 Apr 2008, 21:44
Location: corsham, wiltshire

Re: Sleepwear

Postby Spanner » 01 Jul 2013, 17:55

Mine have primwrk fleece pjs with th3rmals underneath if very chilly. But we don't share sleeping bags.
DS March 2007
DD1 June 2009
DD2 Feb 2014
Spanner
 
Posts: 3918
Joined: 08 Sep 2007, 20:25

Re: Sleepwear

Postby Nix » 01 Jul 2013, 17:57

I was also wondering this. The boys have fleecy sleep suits and we'll probably bring their dressing gowns. I will check the weather forecast before we go. Does anyone have special footwear for bedtime? I was wondering whether to let them wear their slippers and just wash them when we get home.
Very proud mummy to three little stars:

Harvey born January 2009
Jasper born October 2010
Pippa born January 2013
Nix
 
Posts: 6516
Joined: 28 Apr 2009, 16:11
Location: Eccles, Manchester

Re: Sleepwear

Postby weasley » 01 Jul 2013, 19:26

In may mine wore joggers tucked into socks, a normal jarmie top and fleece onesie. They had their own bags though but also had a fleecey blanket over the top.
Do you mean slippers in bed Nixxie? Socks were enough to keep mine toasty. For night time toilet dashes they had crocs/wellies to slip on.
Mammy to Scoot(4.7.08) and Toot(4.11.10) and Ducks(26.08.13)
weasley
 
Posts: 1863
Joined: 17 Dec 2008, 10:59
Location: Swindon

Re: Sleepwear

Postby Nix » 01 Jul 2013, 19:31

Ah I was thinking for running around after pjs on and before they get dressed. Wellies will be fine though!
Very proud mummy to three little stars:

Harvey born January 2009
Jasper born October 2010
Pippa born January 2013
Nix
 
Posts: 6516
Joined: 28 Apr 2009, 16:11
Location: Eccles, Manchester

Re: Sleepwear

Postby Spanner » 01 Jul 2013, 19:50

Crocs are a must for our trips! So easy to slip on and off at the tent door.
DS March 2007
DD1 June 2009
DD2 Feb 2014
Spanner
 
Posts: 3918
Joined: 08 Sep 2007, 20:25

Re: Sleepwear

Postby ToothFairy » 01 Jul 2013, 21:14

Another vote for Crocs here too.
Mummy to M - September 1998, D - October 2007, and E - May 2010. All BF, cloth nappies, and carried in the same sling, not sure BLW existed in the 90s though!
ToothFairy
 
Posts: 12408
Joined: 11 Apr 2008, 21:44
Location: corsham, wiltshire


Return to The Great Outdoors

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users