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    Undies, about 20.

    Summer pjs x2

    Winter x2

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    My 4 and 5 yr olds have about 20 pairs of undies between them, 5 pairs of winter pj's and only 1 set of summer pj's as I've been a bit slack buying new jammies since winter ended and they have just been wearing tshirts or singlets and undies to bed.

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    My four year old would have about 20 pairs of underwear.
    He has 4 winter pjs and 4 summer.

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    Im guessing about 15-20 knickers and 3 x summer pj's, 3 x mid weight pjs and 2 x fleecy winter pj

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    About 20 x undies and 2 summer pjs (she sometimes just wears undies and a tshirt to bed though).

    I've just thrown her winter pjs out - they were too trashed to pass down to her sister.

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    DS had probably about 16 pairs, I normally bought 2 X 8 packs at a time.
    Pajama's- the kids both have three winter and one summer sets, I don't know why I bother buying them for Summer though, they tend to strip to singlets and undies before bed.

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    Appx 25 pairs of undies.

    Both boys have about 15 pairs of pjs. 5 winter, 10 summer.

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    10 undies and 2 pjs

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    Quote Originally Posted by btmac View Post
    Totally random drop in here as I don't currently have a 4 year old - but wow some kids have a lot of stuff!

    DS1 when he was 4 probably had 7-8 pairs of jocks and 2 pairs of PJ's.
    3 boys in 5 years... and a family who buys a lot of gifts + people give me hand me downs. My DS1 has 11 school shirts and 8 pairs of shorts lol. I dont say no to the hand me downs cos they'll come In handy when I have all 3 of them in school at once

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    I definitely admit my kid has way to much clothing! I only do washing once a week and he can easily change outfits 3 times a day so I do get use out of most of them!


 

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