Sebastian is getting bigger everyday and seems to be outgrowing his babygro’s at lightening speed, but they never seem to fit perfectly.
His particular problem is they hang over his arms so I have to roll the sleeves up a few times, although he always manages to roll them back down again and then when it is time to move up a size, the feet hang loose as they are too long.
The Justafit Onesie promises to cure these problems.
The Justafit velcro sleepsuit adjusts to fit, is hard wearing and lasts longer. It has adjustable ankle and wrist straps which reduce the risk of trips and falls from sleepsuits being too long once baby is on the move and prevents hands hiding in the sleeves giving full access to toys as well as preventing sleeves that are too long dipping into food.
Justafit sleep suits promise comfort as they keep hands and feet where they should be meaning children are less frustrated from sleeves and legs being too long and as they adjust to your babies growth they last longer.
I was sent the Jusafit Babygro to review.
Made from quality hypoallergenic breathable cotton, the Justafit comes in five colourways and is available in five sizes from 6-months to 3-years.
Whilst I understand the principle behind it, I have to admit I was disappointed with it.
When Isaac and Eliza were babies I used the Grobag Socksuit, which has sadly been discontinued as I swore by them. They had socks at the feet with grips on them and used to last for a good 9-12 months as would stretch as they grew. I was hopeful that this was similar.
It isn’t it.
Made from 100% cotton is soft to the touch ensuring baby is comfortable, but as soon as I fastened the velcro around Sebastian’s wrists and ankles it was clear he wasn’t comfortable as he started moaning and tugging at them. I thought maybe I had done them up too tight, but any looser and they wouldn’t do their job – he has got more tolerant of it though the more times he has worn it.
I was also quite surprised that they didn’t have any grippers on the feet. Although Sebastian is not on his feet yet, I am quite sure it won’t be long and with more and more families with wooden or laminated floor like us, some form of grip is essential to ensure a newly mobile baby doesn’t slip over.
Sebastian is wearing the 9-12 month Justafit and at 8 months old I don’t think it has much more growing room left in it, although he is on the large side at 20lb in weight, although shorter than average on height.
I can see the benefits of the Justafit babygro but sadly it is not for us!