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Old 11-19-2012, 10:58 AM   #11
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Re: Pants Designed For CD'ing

i love kumfy kozies and project pomona

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Old 11-19-2012, 11:03 AM   #12
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Love project pomona! I'm too cheap to buy any but they are super cute
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Up on the hill is local to me and I still have never been in... Now I know it is a must! Thanks! My DD wasn't cd'D until 18 months and was super skinny so no issues there and we use jeggings with DD who is 4 months
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Naartje seem to work really well if you're looking for non-WAHM. I might look into some of the jeans listed above, though! DD1 could wear some jeans with cloth, but DD2 can't even wear the same jeans with sposies. She's rather... Shall we say amply endowed? In the backside.
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Old 11-19-2012, 11:43 PM   #15
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We never had a problem with mainstream brands, even using pad folded flats. Even Gap jeans we didn't have to size up.
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Re: Pants Designed For CD'ing

Boden reversible baggies. We love these things.
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Old 11-20-2012, 06:36 AM   #17
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Boden reversible baggies are on sale now Project Pomona seems to be very popular...
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Old 11-20-2012, 07:24 AM   #18
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Re: Pants Designed For CD'ing

we leave DD pants-less at home most of the time, but we usually just try to dress her in either loose or stretchy pants, sweats, leggings, or loose fleece pants. i do put her in jeans and usually the only problem is a little gapping at the back, so you see her diaper peaking out, but i mean don't you kind of want to show them off a little? if there is ever a time where having your gutchies showing is cute and not embarassing, certainly it has to be when you're a baby
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Re: Pants Designed For CD'ing

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Naartje seem to work really well if you're looking for non-WAHM. I might look into some of the jeans listed above, though! DD1 could wear some jeans with cloth, but DD2 can't even wear the same jeans with sposies. She's rather... Shall we say amply endowed? In the backside.

Yup my son as well. When he was 4 months old he had to wear 2T dress shirts because they wouldn't button over his wrists. Shirts were taught over his belly. Fitteds pjs didn't fit at all because of my sons hefty arms. Even some 2T pants wouldn't go over his chunky thighs. That was when I turned to upcycled wool longies.
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Old 11-20-2012, 08:56 AM   #20
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I'll have to try some of these other options too so i don't have to make all of her pants. She's 6 months old and I have to buy 18-24 month pants. She's got a rather large tush and thighs even without cloth!
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