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Old 07-31-2012, 07:26 AM   #11
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I had been a primarily pf, flat and cover mama, but with three in diapers now my twins hating having their diapers changed (but nowhere near pl'ing) I needed something easier. I really like the freetimes, but I worried about having an all mf stash. I haven't had a lot of problems with stink, but I was mostly used to using natural fibers. The elementals don't work well for my toddlers, and the baby seems to do better in stay dry.

With all that said, I love, LOVE the simplex! I love that they are a natural fiber with a a stay dry on top, and it's really easy to add extra absorbency to the pocket. They really are the perfect diaper. I need to buy some more

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Re: Would you go all Freetime?

I never should have read this...I really need to try the OS simplex now!
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Re: Would you go all Freetime?

I got a few Simplex to try recently, and my question is this: If you are leaving the flap out for the stay dry layer, what is the best way to deal with the extra length on the medium setting? It keeps wanting to poke out the top edge of the diaper. I was trying to tuck it into the opening, should I just fold it under? It seems so uneven that way!
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