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Old 12-30-2012, 08:42 PM   #21
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I think the cotton outer might smell bad if the diaper gets too wet and passes thru the wool
This is what I was thinking as I browses some more.

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Old 12-30-2012, 09:12 PM   #22
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Yeah I have the same feeling. Just like wet sheets! Hahhahaha they are really cute though. Wish you could find printed wool interlock! Why hasn't someone made this already?
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:46 PM   #23
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If you stay on top of the diaper changes, it probably would be okay. We mainly used fleece covers, shorties, and longies, and most of the time my son would use the same cover through the day w/o it smelling bad.

But I can't imagine being able to use it for a whole week, with that cute fabric outer, w/o washing it.

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Yeah I have the same feeling. Just like wet sheets! Hahhahaha they are really cute though. Wish you could find printed wool interlock! Why hasn't someone made this already?
Sometimes it's dyed, but that's about it. Guess you just gotta buy cute clothes
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Yeah I guess I'll have to test one out to see?
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Re: Wool Fitted Diaper???

those are pretty cool looking, and i dont even have anyone in diapers, lol
i also wonder about the cotton getting wet and stinky though
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Old 12-30-2012, 11:18 PM   #26
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I don't have any kiddos in diapers either Yet somehow I'm always on the hunt for some...oops! Lol
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I don't have any kiddos in diapers either Yet somehow I'm always on the hunt for some...oops! Lol

Your siggy says 2 under 3...and no one in dipes?!? You are SO lucky! My DS2 is 43 months old and he *just* daytime PLed in the last 2-3 weeks It might be another year or two before he is completely out of diapers though
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Ah yes my siggy, I soo need to update that! Ha
Yes both my girls were pl'd by 18 months. My oldest did have frequent night accidents, but due to her extremely sensitive skin we just let her sleep naked on a wool pad and I usually just washed sheets the next day. Seemed the only way to keep her skin clear and was easier than figuring out a diaper routine for night. I'm super glad they learned early to go potty. We also had lots of naked time and I think that helped a ton too. All kids Learn at different rates. My bfs little one just pld at almost 4, and had a really rough time with her. Can't wait to diaper a newbie though, I started my girls after the newbie stage so I'm super excited to use those teeny tiny dipes! Eek! Hahaha
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Re: Wool Fitted Diaper???

Those do look cute! Really gorgeous fabrics. Looks like she just closed up for awhile though?
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