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Old 04-12-2013, 07:49 PM   #1
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How does this look for a newborn stash?

My oldest dd and I worked on her nb/small stash list today and this is what we came up with. This is her first baby, and she is planning a stash that will hold up for use with future babies. All diapers from GMD with the exception of the Nana's Bottoms.

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1 doz preemie pfs
1 doz nb pfs
2 dozen nb workhorse
3 original bummis (to use strictly with the pfs)
3 bummis super snap
2 wool soakers
2-3 pair longies

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2 doz small pfs
18 workhorse
6-12 Nana's Bottoms AIOs (for outings)
3 bummis super snap
3 bummis pull-on
3 fleece soakers
2 wool soakers
few wool longies

2-3 dozen fleece liners
4 dozen wipes
wipe warmer
sprayer
wet bags
pail
snappis

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Old 04-12-2013, 08:10 PM   #2
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I think that sounds great
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I would maybe do 2 or 3 small fitteds for overnight when they start sleeping for long periods of time. Fitteds and wool are an awesome overnight combo and you would be surprised how much pee comes out of such a small person overnight :/
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Yeah, I was also wondering about an absorbent night time diaper for the size small stash. The baby a will probably (hopefully ) be sleeping for longer periods by that stage. Otherwise, it looks fantastic!
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Re: How does this look for a newborn stash?

Looks awesome!
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So could she not add anything to the small workhorse to make them work for longer night periods, or would that make them too bulky?

What would yall recommend for a good night fitted for that size? She likes Sandys, but the small is still HUGE on my 3 1/2 month old dgd, so I wasn't going to encourage this dd to incorporate them early on.
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So could she not add anything to the small workhorse to make them work for longer night periods, or would that make them too bulky?

What would yall recommend for a good night fitted for that size? She likes Sandys, but the small is still HUGE on my 3 1/2 month old dgd, so I wasn't going to encourage this dd to incorporate them early on.
I think a fleece liner would work great!
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Re: How does this look for a newborn stash?

Great plan! I haven't used workhorse but if you need absorbency adding a small hemp doubler might do the trick.
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Edited the list just a tad.
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Re: How does this look for a newborn stash?

If you want to add a couple of night diapers, the ones that are my favorites (I was using OS diapers, but then tried a sized fitted instead, and fell in love with them) are pianissimo cloth. Her OCV diapers, are super soft, and they last my toddler overnight.

ETA: The legs are T&T, so as to not leave any marks on your baby...they really are awesome.

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