Babykins adult baby products

Kisu the cat comes to examine my printed cloth diaper

Babykins adult baby products have been on sale for decades; they were one of the first suppliers I purchased adult baby products from in the early 1990s. When I got a newsletter from them I thought it was about time I placed another order and tried out their service to see if it was as good as 20 years ago.

They now have an excellent website that is easy to browse and find the adult baby products you are looking for on it. They have a good range of stuff as well; for my test purchase I got some blue plastic pants, a printed pull-on cloth nappy and a onesie with short legs. Click on the tiled pictures to see the full images.

The printed, pull-up cloth diaper is a very comfortable fit and feels thick enough to last this little boy for quite a while. Considering the thickness, quality of construction and lovely soft materials it’s made from the price was most reasonable.

I really like the short-legged onesie. The idea of having short legs is to prevent chaffing if you are an active little person like me. The measurements they give on their site are spot on and so mine fits a treat. I also love the soft material it is made from; I feel I deserve many hugs when I’m wearing it.

Blue plastic pants… well… they are printed blue plastic pants that didn’t cost a fortune – what more can I say?

For international orders Babykins have the option of sending by expedited post – we toddlers are not so good at the ‘deferred pleasure’-thing. If you choose that option they’ll zoom anywhere for you with great speed. The normal postage, whilst a lot cheaper, is quite slow. They generally despatch from stock, so the delays are minimised. I like being able to pay Babykins with PayPal.

Babykins adult baby products are sold, processed and delivered with smooth, slick style. If you live over the pond they’ll be delivered quickly too. International orders can get a hint pricy if you buy lots of big nappies, but at least you are paying for quality. Their range of adult baby clothes and diapers is broad enough to have something that’d suit everyone. Babykins gets the Toddler Davy thumbs up!

  • scoolkid

    I took a look at babykins after you mentioned them previously and ordered some stuff. I’m a cheapy so had the order sent by slow post 🙂

    I have a rather embarrassing problem! My nappy tends to leak at the legs when I’m in the sitting position. I tried different plastic pants but the problem persisted so I decided to look for some pants with slightly longer legs (bloomer style). Most places don’t sell them and those that do are quite pricey. Then I looked at babykins and they have a selection at very reasonable prices (especially with the exchange rate). So now I’m waiting for my order to arrive.

    Meanwhile I ordered some rubber pants off ebay (no I’m not kinky hee hee) with the longer leg. They are actually a mix of rubber and silicon so quite hard wearing, well made and best of all very reasonably priced. the sellers name is suzie*high

    on the subject of ebay I’ve found a vintage store that sells dungarees and shortalls. They have a white pair of Loony Tunes shortalls with no bids with one day to go at 99p. So if you are a 34″ waist grab a bargain. They have lots of others in various sizes too. Their ebay ID is jellybellyvintageleeds (I think the shortalls are under women’s wear and the dungarees are in mens and womens).

  • I hope your Babykins order pleases you as much as mine did me. I’ve been mooching around the flat in the short legged onesie so much daddy told me to take it off and put it in the wash because it was getting smelly. I’m tempted to get some of their nursery printed onesies because they have very nice prints; alas I’ve got no cash and I’m not exactly in desperate need of more baby clothes…

    Thanks for the tip about the eBay seller I shall keep my eyes open. Massively pleased as I am to have lost piles of weight (I’ve gone down from 118kg to 99kg) I’m still a tad too large for 34″ waist shortalls. Anyway (and i hope daddy doesn’t read this) a week or so back I ordered some new shortalls from Cosyndry . I don’t need them but I just have no financial control.