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Old 01-13-2013, 07:14 PM   #1
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AIO options from birth and beyond

DH has agreed to cloth as long as it is AIO only. I used some cloth with dd who is six and he thought pockets were stupid (not that he ever stuffed hanged or anything).

I am planning on getting swaddlebee newborn simplex but really don't know what else to get or where to go from there. I am not sure about one size I think hose may make him made but feel free to share your love.

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Are you wanting natural aio? Bg elementals are good. They also have free timewiry microfiber.
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Old 01-13-2013, 07:30 PM   #4
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Bumgenius Elementals and Swaddlebees Simplex are popular for cotton.

Nana's Bottoms are great and easy to use.

Thirsties Duo AIO's come in cute prints and aplix, as do Tots Bots Easy Fit. (Those ones are microfiber.) Easy to use because the soakers are attached or tuck in.

Bumgenius Freetime is a quick dry style aio.
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Re: AIO options from birth and beyond

Simplex sized are fantastic, but side snapping. Not sure if your DH would like them. If you're getting newborn Simplex you might want to stock up before the price increase on the 16th. Thirsties AIOs are super easy to use and come in Aplix if your DH is happier with that. Nana's bottoms and OsoCozy are similar (sized natural fiber) and super easy Aplix too. But I've found OS fits really well after14 ppounds so if you're wanting to save money I'd go with those - BGE, Swaddlebees, or GroVia are some of my favorites.
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Is there sized AIO options? Or are the one size not bulky/bad looking
Thirsties is a 2 size system, simplex comes in a sizes version, nanas bottoms come sized as well.
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Re: AIO options from birth and beyond

Nanas Bottoms!!
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Re: AIO options from birth and beyond

There are a lot of great AIOs out there!!! Bum-ware, peachy green, Bububebes, Goodmama Ones, and bottombumpers are other options that I don't think we're mentioned yet.

My concern is that AIOs are not night worthy & the legs may gap if you try to add too much extra padding. I hope he gets sick of changing soaked pjs & bedding quickly so you can find a good fitted, pocket, or hybrid system for nights
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