Where to but tiny knickers

(14 Posts)
NAR4 Thu 04-Oct-12 10:55:37

My 19 month old is potty training really well, but I can't find any knickers small enough for her. 18-24 months is massive on her. At the moment I am having to put her in the mothercare nappy knickers (the cotton frilly knickers to go over nappies). Anyone know where to buy real knickers that are small enough?

RugBugs Thu 04-Oct-12 11:02:16

Asda do them in 12-18 months but their sizes are huge, DD is 22 months and can wear them over a nappy.

NAR4 Fri 05-Oct-12 14:23:55

I've ordered some aged 12-18 months from Mothercare, so just hope they fit. If they don't, she will grow into them eventually.

littlemisstax Sat 06-Oct-12 15:23:06

We used tesco 18-24 months for DD which I tumble dried on high for a bit. They are much smaller than her M&S ones.

ladybugball Fri 12-Oct-12 08:20:31

I've got some 12- 18 months ones from boots if you would like them? I bought them for DD not realising the size and they're very small, if you pm me your address il happily send them to you x

AnitaBlake Fri 12-Oct-12 08:30:30

The 18-24m Tesco ones are tiny. DD is 23m but wears 9-12m clothes, her knickers are Tesco as they actually fit (give or take).

ShatnersBassoon Fri 12-Oct-12 08:34:13

La Redoute sell small pants.

nextphase Fri 12-Oct-12 08:43:16

Dissagree with the tesco being small.
We trained DS1 at 2.5 in tesco 18-24. We've just moved him out of them at 3.5. 18-24 were the smallest we found.

Maybe girls ones are smaller?

forevergreek Fri 12-Oct-12 08:49:37

Vertabuet ( spelling!), sell actual pants from newborn ( not entirely sure why)

JemimaPuddle Fri 12-Oct-12 08:51:17

Peacocks 18-24 months are very small.

MousyMouse Fri 12-Oct-12 08:59:53

john lewis come up small

Primark do small ones and they seem to fit smaller than most (and then shrink after washing)

theborrower Sun 14-Oct-12 20:19:00

thanks for starting this thread - been thinking the same thing! DD is 26 months, wears 9-12 on bottom and 12-18 on top. Think I will try Boots for pants as they 12-18. Was really disappointed mothercare didn't do smaller ones, they only start at 18-24! Will also try and get to a tesco and see theirs.

DialsMavis Thu 18-Oct-12 12:39:52

Primark are the way forward, they are stingily cut in first place and as mentioned above the cheap fabric shrinks when washed smile

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