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Old 07-30-2007, 09:12 PM   #11
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I don't trust them. . . They look like a thong for babies - okay, the rear is roomy enough, but the strip between the legs is like 1 1/2 inches! Every time I put one on DD I think, "How in the heck is this thing going to catch anything?" That said, she's never leaked, but I really haven't pushed it either.

They are amazingly trim.

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We have 2 and I like them under clothes. Not our "workhorse" dipe, but in the event I need a trimmer dipe, we definitely love em!
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So, would they work better for a thinner babe? DD is in the 75% for hight & the 5% for weight to she's REALLY a skinny minnie...she very thin legs in particular (didn't get it from me )

For those of you who the DD worked, what is your LOs shape? Same question for those that had problems w/ the DD.
both my kiddos are skinny legged. DD has a buddha belly, and ds is flat abs, skinny all around. They worked great for dd, but NOT ds.
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I don't trust them. . . They look like a thong for babies - okay, the rear is roomy enough, but the strip between the legs is like 1 1/2 inches! Every time I put one on DD I think, "How in the heck is this thing going to catch anything?" That said, she's never leaked, but I really haven't pushed it either.

They are amazingly trim.
Ha! That is exactly what I thought the first time I saw them!
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DS is a very average sized baby, 55% for weight 60% for height. We use both the side snaps and front aplix on him. I also used Daisy Doodles for DD when she was little and they first came out. She was a skinny minny (10% for weight, 75% for height) and they fit well on her too.
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Lisa...I don't suppose you remember if your DD fit in mediums when she was 12 lbs
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Okay I love dd. Although it did take a while. I have a super soaker and did not believe it would hold her. I bought one new from christa and it was a fast turn around fastest from anyone and it worked perfect. Hemp doubler and hemp. I then bought a big lot off of fsot and they did not work first. I emailed Christa and aksed what the deal was So i wasnt upset with the Christa i was upset with the person i bought fsot from, anyway, chrissta said that the ov doesnt hold as much as the hemp and that i would probably would want to buy some hemp doublers so i did and guess what they hold my daughter for about 3 hours no leaks nothing. They are perfect. They are what i grab for first.

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Lisa...I don't suppose you remember if your DD fit in mediums when she was 12 lbs
FWIW, my dd is 21lbs, and the Med still has PLENTY of growing room.
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My DD just hit 12 lbs (at 5.5 months). I'm worried that she would outgrow the smalls very quickly but the mediums recomended weight range begins at 12 lbs. DD is also at the very bottom of the measurements range for the mediums as well. Should I start off with Mediums or Smalls?
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My DD just hit 12 lbs (at 5.5 months). I'm worried that she would outgrow the smalls very quickly but the mediums recomended weight range begins at 12 lbs. DD is also at the very bottom of the measurements range for the mediums as well. Should I start off with Mediums or Smalls?
Mediums or Smalls? Just wondering how your DDs fit.
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