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Old 02-27-2012, 10:33 PM   #11
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You might also check out Dundies, at Homestead Emporium, if that's within your budget (not mine unfortunately, but they're still priced much better than Kicky Pants and other more premium and small sized, that I have seen).

I got Hanes today, because their size chart put the 2t waist at 2" smaller than others. They fit him better but he can avoid wedges with boxer briefs.

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Old 03-01-2012, 05:43 PM   #12
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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♥
I just got some custom-made tiny undies from Mothergoose Designs and they are SO cute and soft. They're just like real underwear, but tiny. She can make them to your specifications, and she has TONS of fabric to choose from. She's also super easy to communicate with and responds really fast. I would totally do business with her again!
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Re: Small Underwear

We use Fruit of the Loom 2t/3t undies on my 23 pound DD who is 22m old
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Re: Small Underwear

I also have Gerber trainers and they didn't fit snug enough till about 10 washings later
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Old 03-01-2012, 07:13 PM   #15
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I just got some custom-made tiny undies from Mothergoose Designs and they are SO cute and soft. They're just like real underwear, but tiny. She can make them to your specifications, and she has TONS of fabric to choose from. She's also super easy to communicate with and responds really fast. I would totally do business with her again!
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Re: Small Underwear

I like the Okie Dokie cotton trainers from JC Penny. They are made like the Gerber trainers, but the fit is better. With the Gerbers I found they fit great...if I folded over the waist. The Okie Dokie does not need that. Also, the Gerbers have that waffle weave fabric on the sides. The Okie Dokie has the same nice cotton rib on the side as in the middle (just a single layer instead of multiple layers.) I am ECing DD right now, and she loves the pink and flowered patterns they come in. I'm not sure what the boys look like.

I know you said you were looking for underwear, but they are so comfy we pretty much consider them underwear...and I figured others reading the thread might be interested as well.

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Re: Small Underwear

I second the Paul franks!!! And. My mom picked us up some 2t ones at the dollar store. All disney prints, after washin and drying, smaller than the Paul franks! Super cute too!
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If you know how to sew, or know someone who does, Shonny Has some free patterns on her site for tiny panties and ec pants. http://www.jmpartistry.com/jmp-patterns.html
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Re: Small Underwear

Cheapskate tip!

Go to a thrift store and raid the bins for mismatched baby girl dress bottoms/undies. I just picked up 10 pairs for $2.50, and many of them will fit her perfect! The stretch cotton ones look just like little underwear, I kid you not. So cute! I am planning to sew a little liner in the crotch until DD gets a little more reliable, but they would totally work as is.

These would work for little boys too. Just throw in the washer with some navy blue dye (since most will be pink, etc.) and wal-lah, little boy undies.
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Cheapskate tip!

Go to a thrift store and raid the bins for mismatched baby girl dress bottoms/undies. I just picked up 10 pairs for $2.50, and many of them will fit her perfect! The stretch cotton ones look just like little underwear, I kid you not. So cute! I am planning to sew a little liner in the crotch until DD gets a little more reliable, but they would totally work as is.

These would work for little boys too. Just throw in the washer with some navy blue dye (since most will be pink, etc.) and wal-lah, little boy undies.
Genius. I'm trying this.
I also love a lot of the other suggestions here. I have a list of things to try out. My 13mo 20#er DS goes diaper-free when we're at home. I'd like to try him in underwear, rather than just free-ballin' under his cotton pants :P
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