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Old 03-07-2007, 03:51 PM   #21
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Re: Keeping diapers for next baby QUESTION

I have been wondering this too. I have ds1's MOE overnight undies that I was thinking of keeping for ds2, but ds2 is only 15months now, even if he trains early that is a good year to keep them. I would just keep them in the closet with the rest of the diapers but would they still be alright in a year or two when ds2 might actually need them? I also have a celtic wolf cover in md that ds2 is outgrowing. I love the covers and they can be really hard to find so I figured I would keep it for baby #3 but that could be 3 yrs down the road. It's an expensive cover to have be useless when the baby finally gets here and needs it. Now I am thinking maybe I should sell them off and just buy what's needed later.

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Old 03-07-2007, 05:16 PM   #22
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Re: Keeping diapers for next baby QUESTION

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*bumping this up* to see if anyone has ideas on why this happens with diapers and not clothes... that is a good point.

I want to save some of mine but want to know how to minimize risk.
I've had it happen to clothes.
I sold off our small stash. I may keep his meds just in case.... Not sure.
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