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Old 02-03-2012, 10:12 PM   #1
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Ant recommendations on smaller underwear? Dd is 24 months, about 25 lbs and gas a very little butt. Hanes are the best we've found, but they give her wedgies. Carters are huge and won't stay up.
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Old 02-05-2012, 02:40 PM   #2
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Re: Small Underwear

We used Oshkosh (bought some white ones on ebay) and Fruit of the Loom (from Meijers?). Our daughter was pretty petite too. She's about 32 lbs now at 3 3/4 yrs old.
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i make custom undies from infant up. www.mothergoosedesigns.com
i started making it bc nothing fit my girls at 9 months when they were ready for undies♥
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Re: Small Underwear

I just recently bought my daughter underwear. Even though she is only 13 months old she is about the same weight as yours. She doesn't have a tiny butt though.

I bought the cheapest 100% cotton underwear available at Walmart. They were for a 2 year old so I dried them in the dryer on high and they shrunk a little.

They are still a little big and baggy, but haven't had any other problems.

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I am amazed at you ladies needing underwear so young! That is awesome!
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Old 02-25-2012, 10:27 PM   #6
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Re: Small Underwear

You can use all cotton Gerbers trainers, which have a little extra layer in the crotch but are not all that different from underwear and are equally cheap.
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I started using undies on my dd when she started crawling. I used the cheapest ones from wal-mart and another local department store. I think we used some fruit of the loom. She was not a huge baby, under 20lbs still, and they fit fine.
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The Paul Frank size 4s at Target are teeny. Here's a pic of my 18 lb daughter when she was right at a year.

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The Paul Frank size 4s at Target are teeny. Here's a pic of my 18 lb daughter when she was right at a year.
Good to know! I just spent all day searching for undies to start 3 day PLing with my 21 months old 24 lb son. Hanes and Carters are too big. Right now I'm thinking of going back to my original plan of gDiaper outer pants alone, since they are knit.
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Good to know! I just spent all day searching for undies to start 3 day PLing with my 21 months old 24 lb son. Hanes and Carters are too big. Right now I'm thinking of going back to my original plan of gDiaper outer pants alone, since they are knit.
circo undies seem to be tiny. my 20lb 22 month old just put on a pair of his cousin's size FOUR'S!!!! they are baggy and a a little loose at the legs but i imagine a 2 would fit(he's kind of chunky, short and squak lol)
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