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Old 01-27-2008, 01:37 PM   #1
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Best AIO for newborn?

Can anyone recommend some that they liked? I think I'd like to add a couple to my newborn stash for when we go out or for DH to use. But I want something that doesn't take a looong time to dry. (wishful thinking maybe?)

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Old 01-27-2008, 01:46 PM   #2
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It seems like lots of people like xs very baby AIOs....and I'm not sure but there may be a quick dry option from some makers.
I"m thinking about getting some of the new thirsties xs AIOs....they are a pocket AIO...so I'm guessing they're not too thick and probably don't take forever to dry.
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i used very baby xs, they work great but aio do take longer to dry, id toss mine in a second time to completely dry.
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I really liked xs very baby aio's and nana's bottoms. I would usually do two dryer cycles though. But easy and trim, just like disposables.
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Old 01-27-2008, 02:39 PM   #6
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LOVED LOVED LOVED our XS VB
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Old 01-27-2008, 02:40 PM   #7
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Re: Best AIO for newborn?

The only AIO I used with Joshua was xs VBs. I had 18 of them. I plan to get some more this time also.
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I used Nana's bottoms size small AIO's as a supplement to my fitteds. They were great.
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my favorites are XS VB, if they are in the cycle by themselves they'll dry in one turn (i have 6 i think), otherwise i put them in for 1.5 cycles.
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I loved my XS Very Baby from http://www.flutterbybaby.com/index.html with a quick dry sewn in soaker.
I also had newborn Nana Bottoms which were really tiny and fit the best on my 5.5lber, but did take longer to dry with the internal soaker.
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