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Old 09-05-2006, 02:22 PM   #1
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long-term storage of dipeys

My DS is growing out of some of his dipes. We've sold some to fund new purchases, but there are some I may keep for sentimental value or in case we have another kiddo. If we do have another it wouldn't be for at least 2 years. What do you guys do? Do you sell them off and buy new ones for the new kiddo, or store them. DO they store ok long-term? Also, if we don't have another, what are the chances I can resell these in 2 years? Will there be all new styles and materials out then and no one will want these?

Money-saving features (such as 'cloth diapers pay off in the long term because you can use them for multiple kids) isn't really a factor here because there is NO WAY I have saved us money with my addiction!

Thanks ladies - I just found this forum (after 2 weeks of addiction on the FSOT) and am loving all the good info that's on here!


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