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Old 09-22-2006, 10:45 PM   #31
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Re: how long was dc in mediums?

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yeah my first ds followed that rule almost perfectly, second ds missed it (although he weighed too little)....apparently someone forgot to tell brighton about it LOL!!! he was 7 4 at birth, and now at 6 weeks old weighs 13 pounds.....i'm pretty sure he's going to have more than doubled his weight at 6 months!!!!!!!!! he's not far off from doing so right now. i was SO NOT expecting to have a 6 week old in medium dipes and 3/6 -6/9 month clothes.... this is me so confused LOL
Soudns like my son's measurements at that age. My son was 8lb13oz at birth, 15 lbs by 2 months old and in medium diapers with premium trimmed trifolded prefolds. By 4 months old he was 20 lbs. We have had a tough time with fit on diapers due to a bit bottom, lol, and big thighs. Anyways, now at 10 months old, he is get this 19 lbs and his medium diapers are starting to fit better than before. I think we will be in mediums for a long time. He still has big thighs and bottom, but they have trimmed a little, enough to make a difference in fit. I love a size medium WWB on him, especially the solid colours. I do fold in the sides of the front a bit on each side and had Amy shorten the aplix panel so I could do this to accomodate his bigger thighs, works great.

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Old 09-22-2006, 10:48 PM   #32
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Re: how long was dc in mediums?

Oh, incase anyone needs the info, I tried Happy Hempy fitted pockets at 2 months old and they were way too small in the rise. It is not like he was high in the weight range, but I had severe plumbers butt and a tough time even fastening the darn thing. I gave up. They are beautiful diapers though. I ended up going to prefold fitteds and eezi-fold diapers since these types can be adjusted so much in size since they have no fasteners.
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Old 09-23-2006, 10:00 AM   #33
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Re: how long was dc in mediums?

DS was in mediums from 6 months, about 18lbs, until now at over 30lbs. Needless to say, I invested in mostly mediums for dd!
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Old 09-23-2006, 10:17 AM   #34
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Re: how long was dc in mediums?

I started Ethan in mediums when he was close to 4 months old. He's a big boy though. He's now 9 months (just turning) and still in his medium FBs at 22 lbs, but the rise is getting really short. I should have bought petite large FBs. I bought some large FBs and they are still huge in the waist. I have moved him to the large setting in bumGenius, but its kinda big. He's definitely in between - medium is a little small, large is al ittle big. So far, its okay though.
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