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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.
    My kids have WAY too much, but it makes life easy working full time and both at daycare. There is always 3 sets of undies is ds1's daycare bag.

    My oldest seriously doesn't grow, he's got pjs he can wear since he was 2! (He's 4). And we live in the tropics, they tend to wear a clean pair every night.

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    My 5 year old son has about 10 pairs of jocks, 4 winter pjs and two summer pjs but on really hot nights just wears jocks to bed

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    About 20ish knickers or jocks abd 3 sets of pajamas each. My kids never seem to get two seasons out of anything so I limit to 3 sets of winter and 3 sets of summer pjs each!
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    I've got 4 girls but the 4 year old has about 20 pairs of undies and 15-20 pairs of pj's.

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    6 pairs of undies and 2 sets of pj's for summer and winter. I only recently realised he needs undies...but he just either goes without or wears his siblibgs undies if he runs out

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    Mine has approx 10 pairs undies and 4x pjs. Dont see the need for too much clothing in one size as they will grow out of it.
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    Well, ds is 5 but he has approx 20 pairs of jocks, 5 sets of winter pjs, 2 sets of lighter long sleeve pjs, and currently 1 set of summer pjs (will buy more summer ones shortly!).

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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.
    I agree with this. I like to keep my kids clothing to a minimal generally speaking. But jocks often come in packets with many inside, which is why we have so many. Pjs tend to be something my kids are gifted quite often.

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