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Old 06-15-2006, 09:28 PM   #11
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Sometimes with older children you can get insurance to pay for them. Also the wheelchair should be covered by insurance, it sucks to be paying for those out of pocket when things like that are overpriced because insurance only covers part of it.

ya... they SHOULD but they dont! The chair they said is too soon, she has had her current one since she was 3 and they wont pay for a new one until 5 years from the old ones purchase date. At 7 she has totally outgrown it!

The diapers they concider a convenience item. NOthing convenient about a 7 yr old in diapers, let me tell you!

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We just got back from summer school orientation... seems like its going to be a great program for Celeste! I also spoke with the classroom staff and they were wonderful about the cloth diapers. They said they will use whatever we send as long as I send them a bag to send them home in! Yea~!
So its fuzzibunz for Celeste this summer!
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I'm so glad the cloth issue worked out!
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That's great news! See now aren't you glad you bugged them? LOL
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My daycare refused cloth diapers. I talked to them like 3 times. I finally printed out the danger of disposable diapers and also printed out pics showing how easy cloth are to use. People think cloth diapers like they were 20 years ago. Take one of the diapers and show them how easy they are. I have Fuzzi Bunz, I don't know what kind you use. Hopefully yours are just as easy.
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That's great news! See now aren't you glad you bugged them? LOL
I am glad! They were nice about it too, but when I asked if they were comfortable using cloth diapers, they all looked at me funny, so I pulled out the fuzzibunz and the wetbag, showed them how easy it was, and then they said ok!

Now I have to get some cloth swim diaps!
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