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Old 09-02-2012, 09:28 PM   #1
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snappi - what size did you go to "toddler" size?

I feel like my snappis are small, but DS is actually pretty scrawny... I never much use the bottom piece, if I do it is very very loose, but I feel like I have to really stretch it across the waist.... so I'm guessing it's time to size up.

too bad, I have 1 or 2 NIP of the infant size

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Old 09-02-2012, 10:20 PM   #2
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Re: snappi - what size did you go to "toddler" size?

I use the baby size with my 20 month old and it works fine I guess if I was using a smaller prefold or something it might not work, but with my flats it works without a problem.
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Old 09-03-2012, 01:08 PM   #3
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Re: snappi - what size did you go to "toddler" size?

About 1 year or 15-20 lbs. It gives you that little extra that you need.
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Old 09-03-2012, 01:10 PM   #4
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Re: snappi - what size did you go to "toddler" size?

Yeah, I think we switched around the 15 ish pound time frame......maybe slightly bigger. The baby worked technically but the bigger size seemed much more comfortable.
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DD is 20 lbs and the infant size still is fitting her, but only on flat folds. When I tried a sized pf the snappi looked really tight. I only have 1 and need more, so I'm going to get toddler size next. For us I'd say somewhere around 20 lbs.
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Re: snappi - what size did you go to "toddler" size?

I still use them on my 26 lb 14 month old. As long as the diaper is wide enough they should continue working.
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Re: snappi - what size did you go to "toddler" size?

I didn't even know they came in sizes. I've been using what I assume are the infant sized ones (they came in a set with some infant sized prefolds and size 1 Thirsties covers). They do seem to have to work a little harder on some of my smaller prefolds, but I can still use them pretty easily on my 27 pounder.
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Re: snappi - what size did you go to "toddler" size?

15-18 lbs ish...but I am especially wary of pressing little boy parts and my babes are chunkers...the larger size looks so much more comfy.
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Re: snappi - what size did you go to "toddler" size?

Around 20 pounds or so for us. I still use some of my baby ones though if I can't find a Toddler size.
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Re: snappi - what size did you go to "toddler" size?

i really like sized prefolds, and don't do flats anymore, and the fitteds I have that I snappi need to be snappied from way out near the hips, so I guess it makes sense that it's time to move up- Thanks! I'm re-assured now that I'm not crazy!
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