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Old 10-03-2012, 03:08 PM   #21
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kawaii are like $7 or something like that, they fit big though so may not work if you have a nb

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Old 10-03-2012, 04:11 PM   #22
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kawaii are like $7 or something like that, they fit big though so may not work if you have a nb
Do kawaii make an AIO?? I have a pocket I like but I'm not looking for pockets, I want an all in one.
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Old 10-03-2012, 06:29 PM   #23
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I've been wanting to try the Imagine AIO, but they've been out of stock at Nicki's for a while.
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Old 10-03-2012, 09:42 PM   #24
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I've been wanting to try the Imagine AIO, but they've been out of stock at Nicki's for a while.
They are ok. Ours wick around the legs sometimes and my 19.5 lb 6 month old is already on the largest rise. He is on the smallest rise of BGE and the mid rise of Tots Bots for comparison.
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They are ok. Ours wick around the legs sometimes and my 19.5 lb 6 month old is already on the largest rise. He is on the smallest rise of BGE and the mid rise of Tots Bots for comparison.
I wasn't too impressed with Imagine either. I think they fit small as well and my 2 1/2 year old is a peanut. We are medium rise of the BGE and medium on the Tot Bots and she had to wear the Imagine all the way open.

I would go with Nana's first.
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i wasnt impressed with the imagine either : ( BG 3.0 AIOs are super easy to find and under $10, Nanas are great, but you have to wait for them to be made (could be like 2 weeks or more to get them) and Osocozy are great and not too $$. Havent tried the Ones and Twos but have heard good things.
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Old 10-04-2012, 01:00 PM   #27
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Re: Best inexpensive daycare AIO??

You can get a 5 pack of white Ones&Twos for $79.95 at Bums N Beyond with free shipping. Imagine OS AIO's are $12.95 each at Nicki's Diapers. Bumkins OS AIO with snap closure are also on sale for $10.95 each at Nicki's Diapers. You can get free shipping on those if you order 75 bucks worth.
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Re: Best inexpensive daycare AIO??

I love nana's bottoms too. I did recently purchase some duo sized thirsties AIO's at $16 off the shelf! They were about $5 cheaper than the pockets...I was surprised. I like them so far, but the dry time was a little longer then expected.
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Yeah, the Duo AIO MSRP is $15.75--super affordable!! The Duo Diaper is more because the insert is half-hemp.
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