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Old 07-02-2012, 08:59 AM   #81
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This is a great idea, but it's overwhelming seeing what all is out there! We have our cloth diapers that we have been using, but I am really in need of good overnight options for our 7 yo. He just sleeps too deep! I'm searching all the forums to see if there is a topic on this... can we get a list of options for just bedwetting? Also, if it would address which would fit the older child, that would be so helpful! I saw one or two in the trainers that list bedwetting, but I know people have success with others. I found one FSOT with several types... sadly for me, they were mostly already sold! But, I just don't even know what is out there for this. Would love any help I can get!

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Old 07-03-2012, 09:24 AM   #82
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This is a great idea, but it's overwhelming seeing what all is out there! We have our cloth diapers that we have been using, but I am really in need of good overnight options for our 7 yo. He just sleeps too deep! I'm searching all the forums to see if there is a topic on this... can we get a list of options for just bedwetting? Also, if it would address which would fit the older child, that would be so helpful! I saw one or two in the trainers that list bedwetting, but I know people have success with others. I found one FSOT with several types... sadly for me, they were mostly already sold! But, I just don't even know what is out there for this. Would love any help I can get!
Hmm...that is a good thought! I also have a son who sleeps solid, and bedwets. I have a system that works for us, but I will go ahead and create the catergory option. I cannot do the research myself though, so if anyone knows of good products that are out there for older children/bedwetting, I will readily put down the company names and products!
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This is a great idea, but it's overwhelming seeing what all is out there! We have our cloth diapers that we have been using, but I am really in need of good overnight options for our 7 yo. He just sleeps too deep! I'm searching all the forums to see if there is a topic on this... can we get a list of options for just bedwetting? Also, if it would address which would fit the older child, that would be so helpful! I saw one or two in the trainers that list bedwetting, but I know people have success with others. I found one FSOT with several types... sadly for me, they were mostly already sold! But, I just don't even know what is out there for this. Would love any help I can get!
My oldest is about 4 but I have found that Wool is great for winter. We trifold a prefold and stuff it in undies a couple sizes up then we cover with wool pj pants. But for the rest of the year I had custom pul covers made that we use with prefolds trifolded. Snappies and pins were just too much once my guy turned 2. I love my covers. I got them from The Fancy Pansy. These covers should wear out before my son out grows them they are great, with several different size options.
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Fitteds, Upcycled Wool, Pockets, and lots of extras.
I added you to the catergories you listed, but as for the extras, I really need more specifics so I can just quickly add you to the correct catergories. I would LOVE to be able to search out and find out what companies make what and what type of products, but I just simply don't have time

I welcome ANY products that I can quickly update and add, but I need the company name, product name (if applicable...), and catergory
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there is a WAHM brand called smacks. she makes fleece covers.she's on FB http://www.facebook.com/#!/FruitSmacks
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Kawaii has amazing bamboo inserts!
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Couture Fluff makes AMAZING AI2s and Fitteds. Here is her fb site
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Wow this is a great list!!
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