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Old 09-21-2012, 05:16 AM   #11
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Prefolds!
work great.. plus can live on for extended use as inserts & doublers.

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Old 09-21-2012, 08:21 AM   #12
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Re: Favorite/best/easiest Newborn Diaper...

My favorite diaper for our now 11 week old when she was a newborn was Primm n Proper economical snappless fitteds with wool. They were leak-proof and so easy to use. Not to mention they looked so comfy on baby!
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swaddlebees simplex or tots bots tini fit.
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Old 09-21-2012, 09:23 AM   #14
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Prefolds!
work great.. plus can live on for extended use as inserts & doublers.
prefolds. So easy to put on a little one, even quicker than a fitted.
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Newborn Huggerz from my online store is a newborn diaper with a natural fiber soaker, microfleece inner, and also has snap down in the front to protect the sensitive umbilical cord area.
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Re: Favorite/best/easiest Newborn Diaper...

BG newborns are by far the easiest and most reliable. I greatly disliked FB XS pockets because they were hard to stuff a diaper that small. Lil Joeys are cute but don't hold much. I wanted to like prefolds but they didn't work out well for us. As far as fitteds, love BG Bamboo but they don't make them anymore.
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What are everyone's thoughts on the BG newborn? With the sale it is tempting, and I want more AIOs for dh. But the reviews are horrible.
Leaked constantly. I had like 24 of them and I wished I hadn't bought them. I moved them up into the Smalls and those worked great. I just think the xs isnt absorbant enough.
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What are everyone's thoughts on the BG newborn? With the sale it is tempting, and I want more AIOs for dh. But the reviews are horrible.
I didn't like them at all. They didn't fit under the cord and they leaked. I just preferred others, like the simplex, much more!
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my babe is 11 days old and if I had to do it all over I would have bought all simplex..I totally love that diaper! I only have like 4 and they are the first we use.
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Old 09-21-2012, 11:56 PM   #20
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Tots Bots Tini Fits and Swaddlebees Simplex Newborn! The Tini Fits were out grown earlier than the Simplex, but both fit up to the stated weight - and my baby had chubby thighs! These were the most absorbent newborn diapers I used. The Tini Fit is a little less absorbent than the Simplex, but it also fits smaller and is just a smaller diaper. Both are great newborn diapers! They aren't quite as trim as a BG, Fuzzibunz or Joeybunz, but that is because they actually hold the pee in and don't leak - unlike the rest! LOL!

I tried BG newborns, and they never seemed to fit right. And my baby could out pee them in just a week or two.

Fuzzibunz fit pretty good, but stuffing the little pockets was annoying and my baby started out peeing them in just a few weeks.

Joeybunz - don't waste your money! Cute for a very first diaper (like for the first days when they hardly pee) or for a photo prop diaper. Not good for actually using as a diaper (for us at least!)
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