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DumbledoresPensieve Wed 01-Nov-17 15:26:49

Anyone know of any good toddler/small child sized hooded towels? We've got a lovely large Millie & Boris baby one from Mamas and Papas that we've had from newborn but DS is now 19 months and it's getting far too short to snuggle up in. I can only find baby sized ones online.

BouncyFlouncy Sun 05-Nov-17 17:04:16

Asda George do all sorts of fun ones, my (small) 5 year old still very much loves his dinosaur one complete with Dino ‘paws’ and spines and was eyeing up the unicorn the other week too

teaandbiscuitsforme Sun 05-Nov-17 18:26:55

Ikea do a few

JKCR2017 Sun 05-Nov-17 20:16:04

You can buy hooded towels for older children. My children have some. I got them from places like: Asda, Tesco and Amazon. Shops are most likely to have them in store during the summer so Amazon is probably the best idea!

KatyN Sun 05-Nov-17 21:54:58

If your toddler is toddling you can get them a dressing gown. My 22 month old toddles from the bathroom to her room in hers and looks like a little ewok.
But that wasnmt what you asked, sorry.

BzyB Sun 05-Nov-17 21:56:55

Maybe a poncho style? That what my girls have anyway.

WinkyisbackontheButterBeer Sun 05-Nov-17 22:02:14

direct.asda.com/george/baby/baby-towels/duck-hooded-towel/002026657,default,pd.html

As other posters said. Asda. Dd has this one.

4yoniD Sun 05-Nov-17 22:17:39

I got a hooded poncho towel from "The Hooded Towel Co." through Amazon. The blue ones with whales on them. It wasn't cheap but fantastic quality and big, and has lasted years.

RapunzelsRealMom Sun 05-Nov-17 22:20:03

I got beautiful quality towels here in various sizes. Years later, they’re still like new

http://www.thehoodedtowel.com

newmachar Tue 07-Nov-17 23:25:39

The White Company

Debby08 Wed 08-Nov-17 11:33:50

I agree with RapunzelsRealMom. The hooded towels are of great quality. I bought a couple last year and they show no signs of discoloration. Love the designs too!

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