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Old 07-22-2006, 07:36 PM   #11
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Even more then a 'crat, I like Babyology for overnight. You can find them on Ebay.
I've been looking at them, but they are always out of larges

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Bummer. How about these ones?

http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-2-babyology-...QQcmdZViewItem
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I've love our Lana but since dh does the diapering before bed, he's been preferring the Tiny Birds Organics soaker shorts. That being said, the Lana was great and you can even use them during the day under clothes since they are so trim yet holds it all. But I also love the TBO soaker shorts - they're so cute and pulls on so easily. HTH
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I really like the Babyologys for overnight. They seem to work better than alot of the others. I've also found that our recycled wool tends to work really well, too. We haven't had a leak yet.
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I've love our Lana but since dh does the diapering before bed, he's been preferring the Tiny Birds Organics soaker shorts. That being said, the Lana was great and you can even use them during the day under clothes since they are so trim yet holds it all. But I also love the TBO soaker shorts - they're so cute and pulls on so easily. HTH
I was just at her site, and their shorties were super cute! But no larges instock
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Try www.betterforbabies.com - she has colored ones, too!
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Try www.betterforbabies.com - she has colored ones, too!
Thanks I've been to her site before, they are really cute
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Old 07-23-2006, 01:14 PM   #19
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Re: Choosing a wool soaker

The only wool I've ever used overnight Kozy soakers and they work really well and are not expensive. She has a store on eBay, Kozy Designs, and some other WAHM's carry her stuff in their stores. I've also heard great things abour 'crats but have yet to try one myself.

I love wool for nights-never have leaks!
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Wow! You use Kozy Designs for overnight!?! You must have very light wetters. We can not even make it through a nap with BJM/Kozy Designs. They are very cute but a very lightweight knit.
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