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Old 07-11-2007, 06:11 AM   #11
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Check out cloth thoughts for some all cotton snaping trainers. Don't know if her customs are open right now, but I know that's an option when they are!

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Old 07-11-2007, 07:50 AM   #12
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I checked out cloth thoughts and they look ideal.. but she doesnt have any up..I emailed her but I also looked at the new conceptions pattern, kinda looks like it might work, plus they have an option to put TT down the side instead of snaps...

BUT I was thinking last night that I could take her Gerbers that are so nice already and cut down the one side and "extend" the side like you do on a prefitted with some stretchy knit and add the TT there...
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Re: Umm...why are trainers SO EXPENSIVE?

What about using Mother Ease Toddler ease diapers as trainers? They go up to 45LBs or so. They have snaps and on the largest setting can be pulled on and off. For outtings, you could always add an AF cover if need be.

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