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Old 08-20-2013, 09:28 PM   #1251
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before this started I didn't even realize that there was a difference in the organic and stay dry, I just knew of the TPu backed and the organic cotton. I also have several boosters or Doublers whatever they are called with mine. I will say this my organic cotton with one based er last up to 4 hours and I try not to push it so I'm not really sure how long he could go without wetting his diaper.

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Old 08-20-2013, 10:01 PM   #1252
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I've only ever used organic! I did stay-dry diapers for my oldest and he PTed at 3.5--I did cotton pretty often for my next baby and I loved how "trained" she was to tell me she was wet from early on. At 14 months she was telling me "I tee-teed," and she PTed easily in three days after she turned 2. I mostly reserve stay-dry (or disposables ) for overnight.
I wonder if sex plays a role too. My son PT at 3 my daughter right after turning 2.
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I wonder if sex plays a role too. My son PT at 3 my daughter right after turning 2.
Ive heard it does!! ive heard boys potty train later
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Old 08-20-2013, 10:54 PM   #1254
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Its not more absorbent(by like small smidge ounces) but I love it. Its plushy and yummy and it is really soft, especially the gussets!
Ohh! How about it being more trim? I should just try then and see!!
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I wonder if sex plays a role too. My son PT at 3 my daughter right after turning 2.
Probably! He's our only boy, so I don't know if I'll ever get to test on another subject. Hehe.
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Old 08-21-2013, 07:37 AM   #1256
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It will be interesting to see when my twins PT since they're boy/girl twins.

March, how old are your other two? My boy is 5.5 and girl 3.5. Life is so crazy right now with 4 kids under 6! Lol
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Old 08-21-2013, 08:54 AM   #1257
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I was hoping you Grovia lovers might have some good ideas for me! I just bought some used Grovia AIO, they are about 1.5 yr old and pretty stained. I tried sunning them and washed them with 1/8c bleach and rocking green but it didn't help. Any suggestions for getting the stains out or lightened would be greatly appreciated!!
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I was hoping you Grovia lovers might have some good ideas for me! I just bought some used Grovia AIO, they are about 1.5 yr old and pretty stained. I tried sunning them and washed them with 1/8c bleach and rocking green but it didn't help. Any suggestions for getting the stains out or lightened would be greatly appreciated!!
Try Oxyclean & putting them in the sun! The sun really helps get rid of or lighten stains. It may take awhile, but it works!
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Old 08-21-2013, 09:34 AM   #1259
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I was hoping you Grovia lovers might have some good ideas for me! I just bought some used Grovia AIO, they are about 1.5 yr old and pretty stained. I tried sunning them and washed them with 1/8c bleach and rocking green but it didn't help. Any suggestions for getting the stains out or lightened would be greatly appreciated!!
My first suggestion is to ditch the Rockin Green and switch to Tide. When you tried sunning, were they wet or dry?
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They were dry. I don't have any tide in hand, just there regular type? I do have All free and clear, I think it has some sort of whitening agent in it though, would it work?
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