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What do you dress your toddler girls in for shabbos?
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amother
Floralwhite


 

Post Tue, Apr 02 2024, 3:09 pm
amother Mint wrote:
It’s a matter of taste. I have a walking toddler who will be wearing bloomers this summer. Not necessarily the ones I posted though. I wouldn’t do dresses for a kid under 3.


Bloomers on a kid over 2 looks like you forgot her bottoms. 🤷‍♀️
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amother
Floralwhite


 

Post Tue, Apr 02 2024, 3:10 pm
I start short dresses around 2. I think kids that age look silly in bloomers and the knits and 2 pieces make them look under dressed.
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teachkids




 
 
    
 

Post Tue, Apr 02 2024, 3:13 pm
We do a short dress with tights.
Something like https://www.childrensplace.com.....-1128
Or
https://www.childrensplace.com.....-1720
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amother
Wallflower


 

Post Tue, Apr 02 2024, 3:22 pm
I just got my 1.5 and 2.5 year old these matching dresses for Pesach. So excited to dress them in it!
https://www.childrensplace.com.....-1328
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amother
Oatmeal


 

Post Tue, Apr 02 2024, 3:38 pm
amother OP wrote:
She's closer to 2. Tall for her age and overall looks older.

I don't know, something about the romper and shirt/bloomer look seems silly on her. Could just be me though.

I think a really short dress with bloomers underneath could be more appropriate for her.

Just curious to hear other people's thoughts


Sets or tunic and leggings
Dresses knee-length pr shorter
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amother
Tuberose


 

Post Tue, Apr 02 2024, 3:40 pm
amother Amaranthus wrote:
Why don't people like dresses on toddlers?

Once they are walking, for me I see no reason not to put on a dress. I am waiting eagerly for my toddler to start walking so I can put dresses on her!

I think because people like to keep them looking like babies for as long as possible. Especially when it’s their youngest.a dress is def a more “grown up” look so it’s a preference.
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amother
Burlywood


 

Post Tue, Apr 02 2024, 4:30 pm
Love rompers and bloomers until potty trained
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meirah1




 
 
    
 

Post Tue, Apr 02 2024, 6:20 pm
amother Tuberose wrote:
I think because people like to keep them looking like babies for as long as possible. Especially when it’s their youngest.a dress is def a more “grown up” look so it’s a preference.





I agree with this. If its a youngest let babies stay babies they can wear dresses the rest of their life. But each to their own! Both are cute!
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Maryann




 
 
    
 

Post Tue, Apr 02 2024, 6:45 pm
My 2.5 yo wears leggings with cute top
I don't like dresses on little girls
I don't like the look
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amother
Tuberose


 

Post Tue, Apr 02 2024, 7:04 pm
Maryann wrote:
My 2.5 yo wears leggings with cute top
I don't like dresses on little girls
I don't like the look

I do that for weekday, but for Shabbos in shul I sometimes feel funny putting pants on
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amother
Wallflower


 

Post Tue, Apr 02 2024, 7:59 pm
meirah1 wrote:
I agree with this. If its a youngest let babies stay babies they can wear dresses the rest of their life. But each to their own! Both are cute!

Thing is many of us dress our girls completely tzniusdikly from 3. So 2 is really the time to enjoy those adorable short-sleeve over-the-knee dresses.
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amother
Firethorn


 

Post Tue, Apr 02 2024, 9:13 pm
My daughter is almost 2.5. I just made a Bar Mitzvah and she wore dresses for the first time. Shabbos day one I shortened to an over her knee. It has little cap sleeves and she looked so adorable! For the night affair she wore a short tulle dress that was also beyond precious! I also bought 2 2 piece set with bloomers type of look for shabbos for the summer. My daughter is tall and romper looked very silly. Plus, I hope to toilet train her sometime over the summer.
Everyone has their own taste and style. Do what you like.
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amother
Tuberose


 

Post Wed, Apr 03 2024, 4:50 am
Is this okay for a 2.5 year old for Shabbos as a transitional piece for now?

https://www2.hm.com/en_us/prod.....07212
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amother
Cerise


 

Post Wed, Apr 03 2024, 4:51 am
amother OP wrote:
My daughter is 2. She runs around like a 4 year old.

I feel like putting her in those cute rompers will look silly on her. But then I also think that dresses are a little mature.

What do your 2 year old daughters wear for shabbos?
I only dress my daughter in dresses for Shabbos since she's been about 1.5 years old.
I waited 10 years to have a girls- no one is taking away my right to dress her as a girly girl! Very Happy
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amother
Mint


 

Post Wed, Apr 03 2024, 5:00 am
amother Tuberose wrote:
Is this okay for a 2.5 year old for Shabbos as a transitional piece for now?

https://www2.hm.com/en_us/prod.....07212


I wouldn’t put it on for shabbos
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amother
Floralwhite


 

Post Wed, Apr 03 2024, 5:03 am
amother Tuberose wrote:
Is this okay for a 2.5 year old for Shabbos as a transitional piece for now?

https://www2.hm.com/en_us/prod.....07212


This looks more like pajamas or a very casual weekday outfit.
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amother
Tuberose


 

Post Wed, Apr 03 2024, 5:06 am
amother Floralwhite wrote:
This looks more like pajamas or a very casual weekday outfit.

It’s so funny- for those that DONT pit dresses on this age on Shabbos- I feel like anything but a dress won’t look fancy (bloomer set is too babyish for this age.) this is so confusing. Either way I ordered it and do plan on using it for Shabbos Smile especially at the park it’s perfect for this weather.
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amother
Tuberose


 

Post Wed, Apr 03 2024, 5:07 am
amother Floralwhite wrote:
This looks more like pajamas or a very casual weekday outfit.

The top makes it not look like pjs. Without that little frilly part by shoulder I would agree.
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Tzutzie




 
 
    
 

Post Wed, Apr 03 2024, 5:24 am
amother OP wrote:
She's closer to 2. Tall for her age and overall looks older.

I don't know, something about the romper and shirt/bloomer look seems silly on her. Could just be me though.

I think a really short dress with bloomers roomier could be more appropriate for her.

Just curious to hear other people's thoughts


Same. I find it silly in big tall kids and it's naked all the way from the panty line. Looks outgrown or like you didn't have enough fabric. Sometimes sleeveless can give that look too.

Especially on tall or mature looking toddlers. My 23 mo will be wearing Mini dresses with bloomers enderneath or ribbed short shorts.
So precious!!
I also have a pretty romper for shul of weddings/simchas.
She'll be 2 soon but has hair down her back. Is tall and looks and acts like she'll be 3 next week.
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