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KyAngel07 02-06-2013 12:47 PM

Mother-ease mamas...
I'm wanting to try out the sandy's for beginning potty training with my little one since I've heard they can be pulled up/down and will still hold a lot. Plus I'd like to have some fitteds on hand for coverless/extra airflow anyway. I'm having a hard time finding them though.... Looking for large bamboo, but would also consider organic or unbleached. Any suggestions? Sales would be great too. I would like in-stock since this morning I was hearing "pee? pee?" and wanting to sit on the potty every 5 min lol. I hate to discourage him when he wants to, but we have yet to actually do anything in the potty (usually I get told right after lol).

Also, anyone know if thirsties duo covers or flips will fit over them?

sandhillcranes 02-06-2013 12:52 PM

Re: Mother-ease mamas...
How big is your LO? You might want to consider the toddleease if you have a tall LO. The toddlerease are just slightly more narrow between the legs and higher in the rise. Sometimes they pop up on fsot. Flips didnt work for us over sandys or toddleease....thirsties duo might work with some tucking. MEAF work great over them. Bummis pull ons work great and pull up and down. Hth

HappiMom 02-06-2013 12:58 PM

Re: Mother-ease mamas...
I bought our Sandy's bamboo from Nicki's diapers. They were good for potty training. The elastic was super stretchy and they resemble underwear more than a diaper.

MomBecks 02-06-2013 01:10 PM

Re: Mother-ease mamas...
I carry the organic large, toddlerease, and smalls and have a 5% off coupon code in my siggy and free shipping. My DD started wearing toddlerease at 34 pounds and still wears them at 4 years old for nights. If your LO is on the skinny side larges would fit much longer but my DD had monster thighs :)

KyAngel07 02-06-2013 01:12 PM

Re: Mother-ease mamas...
My LO is actually on the small side weight wise, so I'm afraid the larges might even be too big lol. Can the MEAF be pulled up and down as well?

I checked Nicki's already and didn't see the bamboo available in the large. I may end up having to go with them and just get the unbleached though....

sandhillcranes 02-06-2013 01:16 PM

Re: Mother-ease mamas...
The bamboo are the stretchiest. Meaf cannot be pulled up and down. Bummis pull ons can.

MomBecks 02-06-2013 01:16 PM

Re: Mother-ease mamas...
MEAF can be pulled on/off if you snap them a bit looser.

AHASRADA 02-06-2013 01:26 PM

PMed you!

HappiMom 02-06-2013 01:36 PM

Re: Mother-ease mamas...
How big is your LO? The large were big on my 20 lb daughter - still fit, though. She was always on the smallest setting even up to 23 lbs. I really think the next size down would have fit her fine. I recall some moms telling me that the smalls fit their LO well into the next weight range. The elastic is very forgiving. Just FYI, in case it helps.

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