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Old 06-12-2011, 07:32 PM   #21
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Just a note, bamboo Terry, which the flats are made of, gets quite scratchy over time.

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Well, crud. Might skip those then. If I'm shelling out $12/flat, I want eternal softness.

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Old 06-12-2011, 07:43 PM   #22
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We love love love our Zabi bamboo flats! So much so that I am abandoning our cotton flats and getting a whole stash! Since I can't afford a whole stash of Zabibaby flats I bought some material and am making my own!!
I also love sandy's too! They last forever! Seriously, my 3 yr old is still wearing them as training pants.
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Old 06-12-2011, 07:44 PM   #23
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Well, crud. Might skip those then. If I'm shelling out $12/flat, I want eternal softness.
A little fabric softener (plant based) will keep that from happening.
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Sbish bamboo flats (prefolds) and the snapless! And ditto the Ecover.
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Old 06-12-2011, 08:37 PM   #25
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I vote fitteds, I love love love fitteds. I have been using mostly fitteds for almost 4 years now (through 3 different kids) and still prefer them over all my other stuff (I own a little... well okay a lot of everything) My favorite inner is Bamboo or Cotton Velour, so so soft
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Old 06-12-2011, 09:24 PM   #26
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A little fabric softener (plant based) will keep that from happening.
Um I use eCover! PP, I can send you one to borrow for a couple of weeks so you can test it out - bamboo flat.

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I also highly recommend mother-ease sandys. My 21 and 22lb girls are still wearing size small at 17 mos. The sandys are great in this heat for avoiding diaper rash! Ours are all cotton, so they wash great and are super easy to take care of. I also love that I can snap them on my girls while they are standing, since they don't like to lay down for diaper changes right now.
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I was in the same boat selling some of my old horse stuff too, dont feel bad about it! Only thing I am keeping is my championship bridal because it has a plaque lol. Oh an keeping my dressage saddle because I do plan on getting another horse at some point. It was uber expensive, bridals and others are easy to replace
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Um I use eCover! PP, I can send you one to borrow for a couple of weeks so you can test it out - bamboo flat.

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Aw, thx, but I think I'll order a few and see how I like them . Thanks tho. That's awfully sweet of you!
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I also highly recommend mother-ease sandys. My 21 and 22lb girls are still wearing size small at 17 mos. The sandys are great in this heat for avoiding diaper rash! Ours are all cotton, so they wash great and are super easy to take care of. I also love that I can snap them on my girls while they are standing, since they don't like to lay down for diaper changes right now.
This. This is partly why I think I'd like fitteds!
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