View Full Version : Where can I find toddler robes?

twins r fun
09-23-2003, 08:16 PM
I never quite understood why a baby or toddler would need a robe, but I actually find myself in need of one (well, two...hmm, maybe just one) now because of the way our bath routine is working out. Anyone seen any lately, preferabbly terry cloth? I'd probably need a 2T, but would guess sizing is pretty flexible in robes.

09-24-2003, 12:11 PM
Polartec for $19.50, but only in 3T http://www.landsend.com/cd/ov/prod/0,1467,2_17273_17279_17699_83782_62229_,00.html?si d=0658002164244159120
Polartec for $34.50 (probably way more than you want to spend) in more sizes http://www.landsend.com/cd/fp/prod/0,,1_2_474_16374_88920_67367_5:view=5,00.html?sid= 0658002164244159120

09-26-2003, 10:40 AM
You might want to try summer bathing suit coverups in a bigger size. They are usually terry cloth and if you can find them, you might get them cheap. I like them because traditional robes have belts and my kids are still too small for that (too tempting to tie around their necks). Coverups often have snaps or buttons and sometimes hoods too. I close them up except for the top fastner or two. Drop it over their heads, button it up and I'm done.

09-30-2003, 10:35 AM
Its a seasonal item, but Costco has them. They usually come out in the spring and they carry them for a few months. They are very nice thick terry robes. Cute patterns and only $12. DOesn't help you right now, but be on the lookout in the spring!