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Gobbledigook Wed 09-Feb-05 11:12:45

Did I get your attention?!

Those t-shirts you showed us yesterday - what are the sizes like? My ds is almost 4 but he's still in t-shirts that are 2-3 (although going towards 3-4) but I can't get age 2-3 in 'Lock up your daughters' - will 3-4 drown him?

DS2 is 2.3 but I think I'll get him 2-3 even though lots of his tops are 18-24 months.

Help - are the sizes big or small?

Bagpuss30 Wed 09-Feb-05 11:19:27

GDG, sorry to hijack, but if you go to Daisy and Tom in Manchester they stock them. We bought one for a friend's new baby and I thought the sizes were pretty average but that was the baby envelope neck sort.

I must admit to looking at that site since Emma posted it yesterday and currently favour the Sleep Thief ones for my two!

Gobbledigook Wed 09-Feb-05 11:22:01

That's fine! Good to know as we've got a big D&T in Manchester - easier to order on-line though of course!

Hmm, might go for 3-4 for 4 yr old and 2-3 for 2 yr old.

Gobbledigook Wed 09-Feb-05 12:41:36


Joolstoo Wed 09-Feb-05 12:45:33

I thought I was the one who couldn't make a decision

Gobbledigook Wed 09-Feb-05 12:46:37

Shouldn't really be buying them at that price either but I'm sick of bloody Tesco tops and my princes deserve the odd nice bit of clobber I think!

Joolstoo Wed 09-Feb-05 12:47:28

what with 'lock up your daughters' all over their little boy bodies?

Gobbledigook Wed 09-Feb-05 12:49:43

No, David's having 'enjoy Chocolate'

Joolstoo Wed 09-Feb-05 13:07:56

David's should 'enjoy FOOD'

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