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mommy2j 08-02-2013 01:01 PM

Talk to me about Prefolds and Covers
 
I love how economical this option is, but I have a few concerns.

I'm not sure we will want to snappi on a wiggly baby. When you trifold into a cover, can this really be a trim option? Does it depend on the cover?

Do you find that young babies are sensitive to wet skin?

Overall I see so many people recommend this option as easy and budget friendly, but I guess I'm just scared to try it. If I hate bulky looking diapers, am I going to hate this?

I guess my other thought was just a plain non-folding insert in a cover. Thoughts on that? Or recommendations?

bronwynhb 08-02-2013 01:50 PM

Re: Talk to me about Prefolds and Covers
 
I find snappiing to be easy. Although we've only been doing it for 3 1/2 months.

Also, some babies are super sensitive to being wet and some aren't. You can always use a fleece liner though.

Prefolds can be kind of bulky, though they're less bulky if you buy multiple sizes like GMD and Diaper Rite have. Although, if you're buying multiple sizes, they're also not quite as economical.

I know that alot of people really like hybrid systems like Grovia, Best Bottoms & Flips. That might be a good option for you if you don't like bulky diapers.

Kimmiecello 08-02-2013 02:07 PM

Re: Talk to me about Prefolds and Covers
 
Prefolds scare me, but I love fitteds. We only use fitteds at night, though, and pockets during the day. My husband doesn't like prefolds/fitteds ("too much work - like putting on 2 diapers"), but the fitteds are the only thing that work overnight, especially for boy twin who is a BIG PEER!

calund 08-02-2013 02:44 PM

Re: Talk to me about Prefolds and Covers
 
I used prefolds with a snappi when my LO was smaller but once we moved up to a bigger prefold size we did without a snappi and it was totally fine. Not too bulky in my opinion and loved how economical it was!

mommy2j 08-02-2013 03:00 PM

Re: Talk to me about Prefolds and Covers
 
Are there fitteds that aren't super bulky? I'm so clueless with all of this and there seem to be a million options.


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