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    Do you put undershirts on your toddlers? I am looking for undershirt (tank) for my 3 and 5 yr olds.
    Do you know where you would get them???

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    I do. Actually, I still put onesies on my almost 4 yr old. Lol

    I think walmart/zellers has them.

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    Do they have bottoms thou/?? I dont want to make it difficult for them to pee KWIM

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    My girls are in the biggest onesie that are made which is the 24 month one. I haven't seen onesies in a size 2 and up in either Gap or Gymboree so when they grow out of their onesies they'll be in undershirts. If Gymboree doesn't have them then I guess I'll try Sears or Zellers. If my girls are potty trained before outgrowing the onesies, I'll put them in undershirts early so they can pee without restraint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McMommaBearof2 View Post
    Do they have bottoms thou/?? I dont want to make it difficult for them to pee KWIM
    Yeah, I still use the ones with bottoms. lol But Walmart/zellers should have regular undershirts. I either make or buy my onesies in the states. the TCP goes up to like a size 4t or 5t (only in the states though, that im aware of

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    You can buy undershirts without the bottoms at Walmart... George brand. There are tank style and short sleeve style. I think they usually come in packs of 2 or 3.

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    My dd wears undershirts - tank top style - and I get them from Bonnie Togs. They come in a two pack -either Carter's or Oshkosh.
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    Mine wears undershirts. She has some tank-style and some t-style. Got them at Zellers and Walmart.

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    Thanks Ladies... tomorrow Off to the mall I go!!!

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    DD was potty trained at 2 years so I switched from onesies to the tank undershirts. I buy the Hanes packs from Target (cheaper) or Zellers has them too. I do miss onesies because the tank undershirts ride up her back when she's bending over and that'll get cold in the winter.

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    My oldest DD wears the cami type of undershirt, and i got them at Bonnie Togs.
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    Mine rarely do, more likely to use a onesie as the sleeves under a jumper or such. But yes I second that Children's Place has onesies in HUGE sizes. LOL crazily huge sizes. I don't know about in London (if you have one here) but in Windsor at the outlet, the only one I've been to, thye had them all the time.
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    I love the tank style "wife beater" shirts from the Sears more value line! I have used them since J was 2!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacobsmom View Post
    I love the tank style "wife beater" shirts from the Sears more value line! I have used them since J was 2!
    I too have been thinking about undershirts for the cold season. I would like ones that are snug fitting, long and don't shrink in length. I like the idea of the "wife beater" because my husbands are just the right fit. This line at Sears, it's just called the "more value" line? Do they come in a package or singular? Thanks

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    I really enjoy the one's from supetstore/Loblaws. They go from size 2 to xlg (10/12) for bigger kids and the also come in grey and white.
    Enjoy everyday - they go by way too fast!

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