Training Unders In Organic Cotton
Strange Fit, tight legs
I wanted to love these. I purchased the classic unders in xsmall for after potty training, and they fit my 27 month old son great. I thought these would be the same fit, just padded in the crotch area, but that was not the case. The legs were so tight that we couldn't get them on him. I did not try a small, as I'm sure they would have been way too big. It's too bad because we love the classic unders and I was hoping for an organic training pant. We had to settle for Gerber (yuk) but no matter because my son trained in a week and he's in the regular unders now anyway.
I wish I could recommend. They are of course very well made and I thought the price was reasonable for organic training pants.
October 19, 2014
Love the organic cotton, but it doesn't hold in much
I love that Hanna Andersson offers pajamas and underwear in organic cotton. My son is just starting potty training though, and these don't serve that purpose well. The extra layers of cotton might hold in some leakage if the kid is on the way to the potty, but it does not do well at my son's stage in which he is just peeing right through it. These also are very high-waisted and come up to nearly his belly button. I would have preferred them to not come up as high and have some other patterns and styles as well.
October 2, 2014
We are starting with using the potty and we needed something for daycare that was not disposable but would not lead to a puddle on the floor. My son is used to cloth diapers and is trying to get them off by himself to go to the potty, so we wanted him to have the independence of pulling down his own underwear, while using something that wouldn't result in a massive mess. These are amazing. They hold a ton, but still make him realize he peed, which he promptly announces. Daycare loves them, they have washed well, the fit is perfect - we love them. My son is 26 months, 31-32lbs and about 36" tall and we went with the size small. They fit great, a bit big but we prefer a larger fit to make them easier for him to pull up and down on his own. They are not too big at all and if we order more we would stick with the small. We started with 9, and we also got a few other brands. The hanna are by far our favorite ones!
October 1, 2014
All toddler undies should be like this!
Yes, these are the type of undies that little girls need - covered elastics and good coverage, - so they can play hard without their undies scratching or bunching or getting in the way; and no chance of adults teaching them to be conscious of what their underwear are doing while they are exploring the world. Thank you. My only recommendation would be to gender the colours a little less (doesn't need to be any difference between what the boys and girls wear at this age) and to state whether they are pre-shrunk. Great product!
August 3, 2014
I ordered the size XS after reading other reviews. My daughter wears a size 90 in Hanna Anderson clothes and a 2T in other stores. The XS size fits perfect! No shrinkage upon washing, although I washed in cool and dried on medium. My daughter loves the colors/patterns and it prompts her to use the potty since with these she doesn't want to wear a diaper. Would definitely recommend!
August 3, 2014
These are truly the best trainers out there and with nine children I've tried just about everything. The solid colors are vibrant and beautiful. The prints are adorable, and he was so excited when he saw his new trainers.They seem pricey but not if you're using them to replace bags and bags of disposables pull ups like I am. They are worth every penny!
July 18, 2014
Great undies for those transitioning out of diapers
These undies are great - excellent quality and lovely fabric. They fit a little on the big side, but they don't fall down when my son is just wearing the underwear without pants. It would be great to have more training undies w prints (makes wearing undies much more fun!). Otherwise a wonderful product.
July 16, 2014
Great training pants. Only wish the training style came in the prints fabric.
July 9, 2014