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Rockydog Mon 04-Apr-05 19:48:47

Can anyone suggest a good shop for buying knickers for toddlers? Hopefully (!) about to start potty-training - dd is nearly 21 months but is size of 2yr old. Any one know of any good ones (that don't break the bank as I expect we'll need hundreds!!) - our local Woolies is a bit rubbish and only stocks a limited supply of stuff.

Ta muchly

fisil Mon 04-Apr-05 19:49:42


morningpaper Mon 04-Apr-05 19:49:46

Marks and Spencers



Lots of nice ones.

Shazzler Mon 04-Apr-05 19:50:35

I got 7 pairs for £2 from Tesco. I think they were reduced but from what I remember they were only £4 to start with.

Pinotmum Mon 04-Apr-05 19:52:12

Tescos do great value ones - buy a bigger size so they are easy for your little one to put up and down.

jjash Mon 04-Apr-05 19:53:46

Asda do knickere 3 for £3 that you can get matching vests for [ for same price] My dd loves them!

Rockydog Mon 04-Apr-05 19:55:15

we haven't got Asda down here unfortunately but thanks for all the replies - blimey you're all quick!

mummylonglegs Mon 04-Apr-05 21:33:14

Mothercare stores (big ones) do 7 pairs for £5, lovely colours and wash really well. Dd's 2 1/2 and is in size 2-3 years but she's very small. I'd go for a size a fair bit larger than your dd so she can learn to take them on and off which is part of the potty training process!

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