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TyAndCheyMommy 05-17-2011 04:33 PM

Need New Diapers- What To Pick?
 
Ok so I am really getting tired of the snaps failing on our Fuzzi Bunz and I can't STAND the way these sposies make the whole house smell (and I really don't want to have to take out the trash every time I change a diaper).
So I am looking for some new diapers.
They are for Cheyenne (girly or boyish really makes no difference). I am to the point I would prefer AIOs or AI2s with snap in soakers. I am tired of stuffing pockets. They have to come in large or extra large. One size is to small. And I would prefer velcro if possible.
I do not want those "medical" washable diapers, as they are just like gerber prefolds sewn into some shower curtain.

Any ideas??

fergiesgirl86 05-17-2011 05:43 PM

Re: Need New Diapers- What To Pick?
 
check out buggabuggaboutique. she does AI2s and her sizing chart has sized as well as the OS options she offers.

fergiesgirl86 05-17-2011 05:43 PM

Re: Need New Diapers- What To Pick?
 
i though FB had lifetime guarantee on their snaps? oh well..............

TyAndCheyMommy 05-17-2011 06:32 PM

Re: Need New Diapers- What To Pick?
 
They might- I haven't checked. I just get so tired of them. I have 5 diapers that the snaps no longer snap. I also get really tired of them coming undone when I strap DD into her wheelchair...

TyAndCheyMommy 05-18-2011 09:30 PM

Re: Need New Diapers- What To Pick?
 
Bugabuga are to small :(
Any other ideas?

onegratefulmama 05-18-2011 10:35 PM

Re: Need New Diapers- What To Pick?
 
osocozy aios come in 2 sizes aplix and they have a may special at clothdiaper.com (buy 4, 8 or 12 and get 1, 2, or 3 free) including sale on doublers not sewn in though (6 for $7.95) made of the same prefold material but without the side bulk - plus an extra 10% with code "THANKS0511"

The bleached are made of prefold material and quilt up nice and are really absorbent - the unbleached are birdseye (flat) material and hold really well too.


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