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My son turned 2 yrs old in January. He’s 30lb and wears size 6 diapers (we are in the middle of transitioning). The 2T-3T fits perfectly but I’ll prob order 3T-4T for next month. If your son is size 7 diapers, maybe try 3T-4T
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No they do not. The fit more like underwear than pull ups
sierrah Justus
· May 6, 2019
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The 2t to 3t no . I would say the 4t to 5 t would.
sierrah Justus
· May 6, 2019
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Yes
Jessica Smith
· January 22, 2019
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My 4 year old wears them over night. She has never peed through the pull up as long as we have used them, but she doesn't load them with pee like some kids do. I really like them and have bought them multiple times! They arent the cheap ones that rip every time you pull on them and they are stretchy
Cody Lowry
· January 9, 2019
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I think they are a little tighter than Huggies pull ups. In Huggies I’ll get my chunky son a 2t/3t, in these he needs 3T/4t.
Mindy Warren
· October 28, 2019
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Yes they leak. They used to not leak for my 3 year old but now they do. I’m not sure if I need to go up a size, if that will help the leaking.
Justin
· July 20, 2018
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I would suggest 3t 4 t my son is 40 lbs and they fit him
sierrah Justus
· May 6, 2019