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LoveMyBubbaBoy 2 kids; Michigan 3187 posts
22nd Jul
Quoting [Boats&Hoes]:" Anyone see the new sbish chevvies? oh my gosh, I want them so bad ."


I KNOW! And I don't even have any sbish lol

BunnyGirl19 Due December 13; 3 kids; 10 angel babies; Oregon 16047 posts
22nd Jul

I'll haveto look. I really like sbish.

[Boats&Hoes] 2 kids; Youngstown, Ohio 62966 posts
23rd Jul
Quoting LoveMyBubbaBoy:" I KNOW! And I don't even have any sbish lol"


I have one HLC, but I prefer my hybrid fitteds.

Sana wadhwan Japan 3 posts
26th Jul

Hey hi! nice postings! i like this forum. By this forum we can easily get the best reviews about Honest diaper. and by honest diaper reviews we can choose best honest product for our babies.

Later Gator. 1 child; Chicago, IL, United States 9043 posts
26th Jul

Anyone have any hook and loop suggestions? We need daddy diapers lol SO is scared of snaps or something.

Later Gator. 1 child; Chicago, IL, United States 9043 posts
26th Jul

Another question.. sorry ladies lol Are you supposed to get like a size bigger in fleece covers? I have a medium fleece that is supposed to go up to 20 something lbs but my 17lbs ds can't fit it without me squeezing it on him. He's in a motherease fitted with a cbi insert laid inside so it's not even a bulky diaper..

susanesque 2 kids; Georgia 8400 posts
26th Jul
Quoting BoogaButt's Momma.:" Anyone have any hook and loop suggestions? We need daddy diapers lol SO is scared of snaps or something. "



I have some imagine AI2's that would be very dad friendly. They run kinda small, though, so if you have a bigger baby I wouldn't recommend them. They are supposed to fit up to 35lbs, I believe, but there is no way they would fit my daughter who is around 33lbs. They fit perfectly on my son who is 10lbs.

susanesque 2 kids; Georgia 8400 posts
26th Jul

Does anyone know of any flat folds that work well for smaller babies (but not newborn small). I've been using the newborn kite fold on the baby, but it just barely fits around him to where I'm worried it'll shift and the snappi will poke him. He weighs about 10lbs.

Later Gator. 1 child; Chicago, IL, United States 9043 posts
26th Jul
Quoting susanesque:" I have some imagine AI2's that would be very dad friendly. They run kinda small, though, so if you ... [snip!] ... I believe, but there is no way they would fit my daughter who is around 33lbs. They fit perfectly on my son who is 10lbs."


Hmm, ds is only 17 lbs. He isn't really chunky, just tall. I think I'll look into those, thanks!

susanesque 2 kids; Georgia 8400 posts
26th Jul
Quoting BoogaButt's Momma.:" Hmm, ds is only 17 lbs. He isn't really chunky, just tall. I think I'll look into those, thanks!"


You're welcome! They're cheap too, so that's a bonus! :)

[Boats&Hoes] 2 kids; Youngstown, Ohio 62966 posts
26th Jul
Quoting BoogaButt's Momma.:" Anyone have any hook and loop suggestions? We need daddy diapers lol SO is scared of snaps or something. "


Flip covers? Just lay the insert in the cover, and you can keep reusing it until baby poops. They definitely make for less laundry.

lolajessup Due July 25; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44057 posts
26th Jul

<blockquote><b>Quoting susanesque:</b>" Does anyone know of any flat folds that work well for smaller babies (but not newborn small). I've been ... [snip!] ... baby, but it just barely fits around him to where I'm worried it'll shift and the snappi will poke him. He weighs about 10lbs."</blockquote>




I used origami just fine when dd was a nb and can still use them now just fine at 18ish lbs.

LoveMyBubbaBoy 2 kids; Michigan 3187 posts
26th Jul
Quoting BoogaButt's Momma.:" Anyone have any hook and loop suggestions? We need daddy diapers lol SO is scared of snaps or something. "


I haven't tried them yet but I've heard great things about thirsties. I just love that their aplix has a lifetime guarantee and they will send you replacement aplix if yours wears out for free.

lolajessup Due July 25; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44057 posts
26th Jul

<blockquote><b>Quoting LoveMyBubbaBoy:</b>" I haven't tried them yet but I've heard great things about thirsties. I just love that their aplix has a lifetime guarantee and they will send you replacement aplix if yours wears out for free."</blockquote>



Where have you been?!?! You need to have that baby already!

Naturally Alternative 34 kids; 2 angel babies; Lafayette, Louisiana 5640 posts
26th Jul

Ugh, I should be making some last minute over night cloth pads for myself. I've been wearing disposables at night when I put EPO in and my god they are aggravating... and since I can't wear a cup for PP bleeding. But man, I'm feeling lazy haha.