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Old 08-23-2011, 04:52 PM   #1
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Question Substitute for Pull-Ups but not Trainers??

My daughter has recently decided she wants to use the potty every now and then. We are not yet at a point of actually potty training her (she is 22 months) but sometimes she wants to pull off her diaper and go use the potty. Our regular diapers (Flip) have all snaps and are very difficult to put back on her while she stands on the bathroom floor. She loves pulling diapers on and off like panties. I am trying to find a good cloth diaper alternative to pull-ups. I want a diaper that pulls off and on but absorbs like a regular diaper. I am not trying to "train" her so I don't want trainers that leave her with a "wet" feeling. Any ideas on where I can find a good cloth diaper that pulls off and on???? Thank you!

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Re: Substitute for Pull-Ups but not Trainers??

Antsy Pants, but they are kinda pricey.
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Re: Substitute for Pull-Ups but not Trainers??

Happy Heiny's pocket trainers. They feel dry and can be stuffed with as much absorbancy as you need.
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Re: Substitute for Pull-Ups but not Trainers??

Sandys fitteds with the insert, but they are bulky. Pull up and down great though! Ive also read grovia AIOs will work too since they are side snap and stretchy. I tried the Grovia once and it was doable, but we are actually potty training so I went with trainers and sold my Grovia.
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Re: Substitute for Pull-Ups but not Trainers??

ive heard sandys (motherease fitteds) pull up and down easily
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Hh pocker trainers are poufy (fyi)

I use knickernappies side snap pockets. Easy to pull on and off but its a diaper! Love these.
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