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Old 03-18-2012, 11:03 PM   #21
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I put DS in a Swaddlebees Simplex 2.0 or a GroVia AIO when he's wearing jeans.

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Old 03-18-2012, 11:44 PM   #22
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Re: Newbie wondering trimmest cloth option?

Loving our FB Elites they are very trim and no problems with clothing fitting over the top. Also a fairly new Diaper out but we are loving the ones & twos Diapers. They are very trim and are a AIO but also come with another booster with a stay dry top. Loving them.
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Old 04-14-2012, 06:04 AM   #23
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Re: Newbie wondering trimmest cloth option?

Has anyone tried the BumWare Extreme (BMX) AIOs? They are said to be trim...
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The trimmest thing I have found is a Fuzzibunz One-Size stuffed with a small Thirsties Hemp Insert (55% hemp/45% cotton). This insert is fast absorbing so its ok to stuff alone the insert is also super absorbant. If you have a heavy wetter you may consider a large insert.
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Old 04-14-2012, 07:27 AM   #25
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I hate big fluffy diapers! Our favorite trim diapers are:
BGE: Most absorbent AIO we tried and we tried TONS
Bottombumpers Sized:VERY trim but not as absorbent as the BGE
Flips with a trifolded Thirsties prefold or snappi'ed Imagine smart fit prefold.

Other trim diapers we tried but didn't work for us: GroVia AIO, GroVia AI2, Softbums, BrightStarBaby (now Peachy Green).
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Anyone tried JoeyBunz premium hemp inserts? Can they be used alone as inserts inside of a cover or are they better for stuffing pockets?
I used them in Flip covers. Work really well and uber trim! I also use pad-folded flats in Flips. Almost as trim, but not quite. I also hate the bulk made by most cloth diapers.

In fact, besides my one grovia aio, flips/flats or flips/joey bunz are the only thing we use. Super cheap, cleans well, simple.
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Old 04-14-2012, 11:00 AM   #27
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Re: Newbie wondering trimmest cloth option?

I used Joeybunz regular inside a bummis orginal cover and it was about as trim as it can be. YOu'll be changing the cover with every poop though.

I should add, depending on the shape of your child this search could be futile. My first dd did mostly ok with me just sizing her clothes up but dd2 was so chunky that if it wasn't stretchy pants there is no way it would fit with cloth. Some brands - Naartjie is the best - fit much better. I think Naartjie assumes a cloth diaper in fact.

dd2 is almost 3 and only just fits into a size 4 jean WITHOUT a diaper. If she were still wearing diapers I'd be out of luck because no way is a size 5 going to fit!
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Old 04-14-2012, 11:32 AM   #28
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Has anyone tried the BumWare Extreme (BMX) AIOs? They are said to be trim...
I used BMX Aio's on my second child and they are very trim. They are also very absorbant. But they take a long time to dry! However, you can purchase them with the quick dry soaker and that cuts the drying time condiserably.
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Re: Newbie wondering trimmest cloth option?

It's been 4 years since I CDd, but my son was a very skinny baby. He was easily overwhelmed with bulky dipes, and I had to buy trimmer brands of clothing to get anything to fit right. I loved the trim fit of Bumgenius AIOs and pockets. I still love, love the fit of BGs, but the synthetic fabrics just don't get along with our washing machine and hard water.
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Old 04-16-2012, 11:06 AM   #30
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I hate big fluffy diapers! Our favorite trim diapers are:
BGE: Most absorbent AIO we tried and we tried TONS
Bottombumpers Sized:VERY trim but not as absorbent as the BGE
Flips with a trifolded Thirsties prefold or snappi'ed Imagine smart fit prefold.

Other trim diapers we tried but didn't work for us: GroVia AIO, GroVia AI2, Softbums, BrightStarBaby (now Peachy Green).
Just curious why the BrightStarBaby (now Peachy Green) didn't work for you? They are like Bottombumpers, aren't they?
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