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Old 03-09-2012, 03:04 PM   #11
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If you love cotton and want something trim and easy when going out try the Swaddlebees Newborn Simplex. It's an all-in-one with cotton, washes really easy and dries pretty fast!! It fits from 5lbs to 12lbs which is great. Absorbency is great!!
But I also love the GMD fitted workhorse!! Great price and are easy at night after only two hours of sleep!!!
The swaddlebees newborn simplex do look really nice! Although I'm feeling like the GMD fitted workhorse is going to be a better economical choice for me. Plus, since I already know that I love GMD prefolds I'm sure I'll love the workhorse fitteds Thanks for the suggestion though

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happy heiny heiny huggers are just like kissluvs
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Old 03-11-2012, 02:15 PM   #13
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happy heiny heiny huggers are just like kissluvs
I'll take a look at them
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I have some newborn and small workhorses fitteds for the baby I am having in June. I plan on using wool mostly, but I bought a couple of the new Capri covers as well. I really like the looks of the Capri covers and I have heard good reviews. A friend of mine got me a rumparoos newborn cover as well as a newborn swaddlebees. Both are too cute. For some ease of use diapers I have some bumgenius newborn and some grovia newborn. The bumgenius are synthetic, but the grovia are cotton.
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I have some newborn and small workhorses fitteds for the baby I am having in June. I plan on using wool mostly, but I bought a couple of the new Capri covers as well. I really like the looks of the Capri covers and I have heard good reviews. A friend of mine got me a rumparoos newborn cover as well as a newborn swaddlebees. Both are too cute. For some ease of use diapers I have some bumgenius newborn and some grovia newborn. The bumgenius are synthetic, but the grovia are cotton.
Wow, there really are a lot of new things out there since I was last purchasing CDs for my daughter. I am excited to have one in cloth again
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There are some online cloth diaper store that have registry's. kissedbythemoon.com is one that not only has a gift registry but also does free shipping with no limit to buy. I had some people ask me about things for the baby so I figured I would make one there. Even though I have plenty of diapers, I could always use a few more. That is where the swaddlebees and the rumparoos came from. You can even have it set up so that the person whom is buying for you can have it sent straight to your house. Since the person that bought for me lives out of state that was perfect. The packing slip came with a note saying whom it was from.
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I'll take a look at them
does the newborn ones have a snap down for the cord stump like the KL0's?
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