Ever want to dress your baby in a madly cute all-in-one sleepsuit but curse the impracticality?
Ever feel a twinge of jealousy because nappy using mothers can bundle up their bundles of joy in the warmest, cosiest fleecy rompers imaginable while your dot is wearing legwarmers and sockons and has three inches of thigh on display?
Well step onto the dance floor fellow pottying parent, I have just the thing for you! <drum roll please.....>
A wondrously snuggly all-in-one sleepsuit with a full-length, two-way zip that goes all the way through the legs and half way up the back.
Sleepsuit. ------> zzzzzzzzzzip! -----> Split pants.
Padded zipper housing in the small of the back for comfort, fleece lined zip to protect the nether regions, matching fleece cuffs and gripper-soled booties.
Born Ready SplitSuits are being hand made to order by Edith the seamstress (and her stitching buddies) in a cozy factory in the North of England.
Visit my shop to order and I'll get you lined up in Edith's queue.
If you're interested in larger scale SplitSuit production, make sure you're receiving updates from me.
When I posted the SplitSuit video on facebook I had lots of messages asking for adult sizes. It seems camping mothers dislike their onesie sleeves dangling on loo block floors. And they're not keen on stripping off at midnight to sit on the toilet, either.
So a chilly campers prototype is on the way!
I'll list updates below so that everyone can see how we're looking.
Bring on the mainstream revolution!
New photos here and on the SplitSuit shop page. Chilly camper splitsuits mentioned for the first time - possibly perfect for intrepid toilet trips in muddy fields? We shall see!
The first splitsuits have now been sent out to keen ec-ers! And we did a photoshoot in the Born Ready colours. I'll update this page and the shop with the new photos as soon as I get the chance.
This week I'm looking at fabrics and sizes and giving pottying parents a sneak peek of splitsuits in action.
Which means... the first video is live on facebook! My 2 year old was the very reluctant model and my 8 year old was the very keen and only slightly wonky cameraman. The middle two kids only feature in the out-takes... ;) It's a family effort this Born Ready Biz!