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Old 11-17-2012, 08:55 PM   #11
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I use these http://www.megaroosdesigns.com/?p=725 and they are awesome. I use them with a Flip cover but would like to get a overnight wool cover.

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Old 11-17-2012, 09:00 PM   #12
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I use these http://www.megaroosdesigns.com/?p=725 and they are awesome. I use them with a Flip cover but would like to get a overnight wool cover.
I'm drooling OMG, if that were an AIO I might just buy a stash full haha!
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I second flip organics. I put dd to bed in a flip organic stuffed inside a staydry insert sock in a flip cover.
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Old 11-17-2012, 09:28 PM   #14
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I use these http://www.megaroosdesigns.com/?p=725 and they are awesome. I use them with a Flip cover but would like to get a overnight wool cover.
I have one of those. It works awesome. We use all wool at night.
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I use these http://www.megaroosdesigns.com/?p=725 and they are awesome. I use them with a Flip cover but would like to get a overnight wool cover.
Wow, those are expensive!!

This might sound stupid but doesn't wool get hot?

I'm trying to catch up with all these different possibilities. All I know much about are pockets! My head is kinda spinning from the huge selection!
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I should add that I'm looking for the most economical method. If its too $$ I'll just keep DS in disposables at night.
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Re: What to use overnight?

there seem to be a lot of people who can use pockets and just add a doubler, prefold, something...so you can try that first.

wool breathes... I never would have believed it either

the prefold option can be cost effective.
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Re: What to use overnight?

I say buy a flip organic and a size 2 thirsties hemp prefold and a few joey buns hemp boosters and make sure you prep them really well. Try it out, won't cost a lot and if nothing else you can use them during the day stuffed in a pocket or layed in the pocket diaper. Black friday is coming up fast so I bet you can grab a sweet deal.
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I say buy a flip organic and a size 2 thirsties hemp prefold and a few joey buns hemp boosters and make sure you prep them really well. Try it out, won't cost a lot and if nothing else you can use them during the day stuffed in a pocket or layed in the pocket diaper. Black friday is coming up fast so I bet you can grab a sweet deal.
Thanks! I'll put those on my black Friday list!
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I would try stuffing one of your BGs with a Flip Organic or with the MF and a hemp or bamboo insert. If you're still worried about leaks you could add a wool or fleece soaker over the top. I personally use fitteds with the fleece soakers that I make. I had a wool soaker but DD outgrew it and I can't afford more wool, so I've made several fleece soakers/longies and we haven't had leaks at all.
This is what we do. We have 4.0's for night and we stuff them with a flips organic prefold and a hemp doubler in the middle. Holds my 16lb 4.5 month old dd 12-14 hrs!!!
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