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Most underwear meant for young children isn’t so little. If you’re looking for sizes younger than 2T, it ain’t happenin’.
Author and potty training expert Andrea Olson, who wrote the book on elimination communication, decided it was time to change that.
Olson and her team designed and created underwear for tiny humans that’s comfortable and works! Whether you’re potty training a 1 year old, or using elimination communication (EC) with your infant, Tiny Undies are the go-to underwear.
For some little ones, training pants are the best option. But there are a couple benefits to just using underwear.
- Training pants feel a lot like diapers to a toilet training toddler or baby.
- Tiny Undies have a double-layer crotch with no padding, which helps reinforce EC or potty training.
Tiny Undies were created to provide a stylish, gender neutral option for parents and young children. They come in bold, fun colors and patterns. If you’ve ever checked out the toddler underwear aisle, they’re either plain white, or plastered with a few select cartoon characters.
With Tiny Undies, even if your little girl isn’t a princess fan or your boy doesn’t like superheroes, they can still have a fun underwear option.
Another perk to solid colors: it makes accidents that much easier to spot. This is helpful to reinforce potty training and make sure little ones don’t stay wet and risk getting a diaper rash.
The different color options currently include:
- Bubblegum pink
- Aqua blue
- Fig green
- Tangerine orange
- Blackberry purple
- Chalkboard grey
If you want something a little more festive than bright solid colors, Tiny Undies also offers cute patterns that work for any gender. There are nearly half a dozen options ranging from leaves, to watermelons, to a soft grey winterscape scene.
Since Tiny Undies come in such a wide range of sizes, it’s much easier to get a good fit. The underwear is trim and truly unisex. For boys the “pouch” section in the middle lays flat so girls don’t have to deal with a bulge in the area. And they now come in both briefs and boxer brief options.
Unlike us mamas who may like high waisted pants in a maternity wardrobe, Tiny Undies are low rise. Young toddlers and babies tend to naturally have protruding tummies, and higher waist underwear can pinch and constrict the area.
Tiny Undies don’t have any annoying, itchy tags. And the waistband is soft and thick for a secure, comfortable fit. The leg gussets on the small baby underwear is tight enough to hug the leg, but not so tight it’s constricting.