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Old 06-30-2007, 10:52 AM   #11
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When we use cloth at noght and 2 piece jammies, I just fold the waist band down so it doesn't cover the top of the diaper. That keeps it from wicking.
Hmm...that is so simple! Why didn't I think of that? I will have to try that tonight!

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Tushies don't have gel !!!
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Old 06-30-2007, 11:02 AM   #14
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Re: "Green" disposables

This is a great topic! We use 7th Generation at night for the same reason- my husband!!! But I also wonder about trying cloth-- my daughter seems really sensitive to wet cloth diapers. Are there really cloth overnight diapers that pull the wetness away like disposables? She also gets rashes easy! I just can't see getting up all night when her diaper gets even just a little wet.

I would love to try getting away from disposables altogether- it would just save us a lot of money!
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Old 07-11-2007, 01:33 AM   #15
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Where can you buy tushies?
A poster in another thread recommended diapers.com. I'm looking there now, and the prices do seem cheaper than elsewhere. I found a coupon code for $5 off your first order: WEKX9711

Side note: I was confused at first about the difference between the "Tender Care" and "Gel Free." The labels are a little deceiving. Apparently both are gel free, but the "Gel Free" labeled ones are more absorbent because they contain cotton batting and more wood pulp. I'm looking for a stash for my toddler to take when he visits relatives. They've been cooperative for a couple days of CD'ing, but my DS is getting ready for a week-long visit, and gauging from my sister's laundry pile, I'd hate to ask her to work with the slow-drying bamboo dipes I have - esp. since she doesn't have a clothesline...

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Old 07-11-2007, 03:11 AM   #16
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Re: "Green" disposables

I have used the 7th generation and i liked them, no leaks but dd is only 6 month old, i do save a few $$ by using whole foods brand diapers, they seem to be jsut as good, and they are like $10 a package for 40 which is abou the same as the huggies.
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We use the trim jammies at night. I went up a size though. I guess it is ok for the summer but during the winter the legs bunch up around his feet.
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G diapers are fairly trim, IMO much trimmer than cloth, but only slightly bulkier than a sposie. They fit well under regular clothe and pjs. You can stuff them with a prefold and they work well overnight.

I'd say G-dipes too. I have 2 G-diaper covers and really like them But use pf's w/ them.........I've never used 7th generation. Is the whole dipe eArth friendly? If not then I'd say no way.....
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