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Old 08-07-2007, 08:13 PM   #1
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My dd is going to be pl after we go on vacation. I've been looking for "big girl" panties for her. The smallest I have seen is 2T. She is still in 18m clothes. Does anyone know who would sell smaller size panties?

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Old 08-07-2007, 08:18 PM   #2
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Not sure , I was thinking the same thing when I first started looking at them myself , honestly though they fit allot better then I thought they would , they weren't huge on him like I thought they would be , cause he was no where close to 2T clothes .
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Old 08-07-2007, 08:25 PM   #3
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Re: Small Toddler Undies

I would say try an inexpensive pack because they are very likely to fit. My little tiny guy can wear the 2T undies.
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MY DD weighs 23lbs at 2.5yrs old and can wear size 2T.
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Old 08-07-2007, 08:49 PM   #5
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Thanks, I'm running to Target tomorrow anyway so maybe I'll get a pack and see how they are.
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Old 08-07-2007, 08:52 PM   #6
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Re: Small Toddler Undies

I've found that having them a little big helps with the PL because they are easier to get up and down. Both of my DDs were trained by 2 and started out in 2T Hanes, size XS Hanna Andersson, and 24 month cotton Gerber training pants. The Hannas should definitely fit and the Gerber trainers come in size 18 month too: http://www.kidsurplus.com/ger33447.html. I like the covered elastic waist on the Hannas and the Gerber undies better than the Hanes. I think it's more comfortable for them and easier to maneuver up and down.

Here's another source for small undies: http://www.theecstore.com/index.php?...ndex&cPath=198
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I use gerber training pants, they do have the thicker bottoms, generally I find them mainly at WalMart (only place really that carries them on a regular basis) she is still in 18 months in those, she gets them on and off just fine. She also has 24 months in those. 18 fit better. They are underware come 6 in a pack just are thicker and hold more liquid when they cannot make it to the potty on time. I use the plastic pants with them because she often forgets she has to go and likes to watch the water go through the panties.
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I've actually found that Gymbo 2T undies run a little smaller than the ones at walmart, but they still have room to get them up and down. That's what we've been using.
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I'm not help, mama. I ran around in saggy, baggy undies (and tap shoes) my entire toddlerhood. I wish I had digital pics to post for you, but alas, there were only printed pics back then.
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My girls are on the smallish size, not yet 2 years old, and fit in size 4 Fruit of the Looms. I found a 10pk at Target (big girl section, not the baby section) for about $6. After a wash and dry they shrink down a little and fit perfectly. It's worth trying out.
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