Thomas The Tank Engine Underwear Briefs
With Thomas & Friends, children enter a world of imagination through the tracks of a train and the words of a story. As children embark for fun with their engine friends, adventures unfold that leads to timeless life lessons. Parents and toddlers enjoy a unique connections on every journey. MAKING TRACKS TO GREAT DESTINATIONS!
These Thomas The Engine Tank & Friends Underwear Briefs are excellent for motivating your son to get potty trained (Don't forget to check out potty training tips for more helpful ideas!) and to start wearing big boy underwear!!
Thomas the Train Toddler Boys Underwear include 3 boy briefs per pack.
Boys Underwear Sizing Chart
|6 YRS||44-51 lbs||22.5 inches|
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|Color||Multicolored , Black|
|Theme||Train , Transportation|
|Character||Thomas and Friends|
|Recommended Age Group||Toddler|
|Apparel Size||Multiple Sizes Available|
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I am so thrilled by what I found on your site!
The number of underpants (3) in your package is perfect for my purpose ( I'm the nagging grandparent!), plus the stickers with the free achievement sheet, are a terrific ploy. I shall let you know how he fares.
This is a tricky 3.5 year old. However, he loves Thomas AND he loves stickers. I LOVE the idea of having the sheet so there's some regular type of educational input as well as the physical. --I'm just supposing that I didn't have to apply for that score sheet, that it comes automatically with the stickers. Anyhow, I'm sure I'll be back.
I also thought your pricing was most valid, AND the postage method to Canada didn't take my breath ( and cheerfulness ) away!
Good Luck in all you do!
Yes!! My 3-year old girl also wants Thomas underwear! She loves Thomas the tank engine - most of the Thomas jammies and shirts she has are boys.
It's great to hear there are other little girls out there who love Thomas.
Please check your calendar. It is now 2008, a time in which some people might consider stories about talking trains to appeal to both boys and girls.
So why are none of the clothing products made for girls?
It's a valuable market, why aren't you tapping it? And please, in time for my two year old niece who is Thomas-mad to have some knickers for Christmas.