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Old 07-18-2006, 11:07 PM   #1
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Fitted for a toddler?

Hey all. I want to try out more fitteds for my 21-month-old son, but not sure if ya'll had any ideas of what would be good to try. I have a couple tester fitteds and two old Mutts - but the testers are really big on him and the Mutts are starting to fall apart.
I'd try to score a PW, but that never seems to work for me, LOL. He's a size Large(ish), if that makes a difference. I'd like to start cheaper just to get an idea of how we like them.
Anyone with ideas (Hyena products or not) please let me know - or if you have any for sale that you think would work well. Thanks!

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Old 07-19-2006, 12:07 AM   #2
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Re: Fitted for a toddler?

I just got a toddle ease on the FSOT because I've been needing some good fitteds for my ds. Made by motherease.
Also, absorbitalls are good, cottonmomma.com has the best deal on them.
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Old 07-19-2006, 12:16 AM   #3
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Re: Fitted for a toddler?

I use all fitteds on my toddler. I use xl dream eze, m/l snuzzi, size 2 mutts, large black bird lane, toddler sized cricketts and x large loveybums. I don't think peewells work as well for toddlers. They are so bulky and ds hated wearing them. He would get upset about the bulk. I love them for younger babies though. My loveybums, snuzzis and mutts with internal soakers are the trimmest I have. My oc dream eze are the most absorbant and I use them at night.
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Old 07-19-2006, 08:46 AM   #6
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Hmm...I want to get a BBL for my son, but I never seem to score them or find ones I want, LOL.
I have some of her fitteds for the girls, but they haven't been used yet and up until now I haven't wanted to use fitteds on him.
I think Terri needs to make some nice boy fitteds in a large this week (or whenever she stocks next) LOL.
I'm in the process of buying a PW right now, just to try out.
I will wander around and look at all the other stuff you guys suggested - sounds like lots to choose from!
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