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Old 03-29-2008, 09:00 PM   #11
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Check out the patterns on my EC blog, other mommas have had a lot of success with them

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Old 03-30-2008, 03:17 PM   #12
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I agree..Thank you so much Rebecca for offering that pattern with such clear directions! this pattern is SUPER easy and work GREAT! I love love love them! not to mention they look ADORABLE on! She is 20 pounds at 11 months and I used the medium pattern and they will continue to fit for a LONG time...but she won't leak because the legs have cuffs...
heres some I made...and if you make them with fleece they are then waterproof!!

inside front

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fleece trainer front

back

Bootie and trainer


leg warmers before (too long)

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Old 04-04-2008, 11:21 AM   #13
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Oh, those look fantastic. Thanks for the pattern. I had bought a bunch of the imse vimse trainers in small thinking they'd fit my son (not sure why small right now because he's 35 pounds) and I could reuse them for my daughter but, it seems she's going to train at the same time as him and she's a tiny little thing (still wearing 12 month sized pants at 15 months) and the imse vimse are just too big. I was looking for something inexpensive to get by for her since imse vimse doesn't come smaller than small and I already spent $100 on trainers for him.
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Old 04-04-2008, 03:36 PM   #14
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I LOVE EcaPants. They are my new love ! They are just awesome !
DD is right at 20lbs fully clothed with a 17 waist and she is in Meds, I bet the smalls would fit a 13lbder !

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Bright Bots are awesome. Hands down my favorite!! I bought mine from the EC store! My dd has severe growth issues. She just turned 3 last month and weighs a few ounces less than 20lbs and is a skinny minnie!! She has been wearing Bright Bots for a year and a half and they are amazing!! They come in pastels and primary colors and the smalls fit perfectly!!!
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I agree..Thank you so much Rebecca for offering that pattern with such clear directions! this pattern is SUPER easy and work GREAT! I love love love them! not to mention they look ADORABLE on! She is 20 pounds at 11 months and I used the medium pattern and they will continue to fit for a LONG time...but she won't leak because the legs have cuffs...
heres some I made...and if you make them with fleece they are then waterproof!!

inside front

Inside back




fleece trainer front

back

Bootie and trainer


leg warmers before (too long)

leg warmers after

Your DD is way too cute!!!!!
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Cranberrycove...i'd love to know when its ready!!

also wanted to add we are using the pennys trainers in 2T and they are a little big but work fine. we aren't ready for going out in just trainers, but i do want to try some of the imse vimse for when that time comes.
FYI: I posted a message in the WAHM Info & Product Testing forum. I'm looking for testers now for the pattern.
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I LOVE EcaPants. They are my new love !
Me too! I love the flip-down flap, so I don't have to lay dd on her back to change her before/after pottying.
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We'll be a tester!! hehe.
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Me too! I love the flip-down flap, so I don't have to lay dd on her back to change her before/after pottying.
They are SOOOOO easy to do up when they are standing but yet they are easy to get off without making a mess if they have a poo accident like we always have. Even DH likes them !
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