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Old 01-12-2007, 03:44 PM   #1
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Question Trim diaper for a heavy wetter?

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A friend of mine IRL is trying to start CD'ing. She has been trying HH's (with hemp inserts) and her baby pees through in them in less than two hours! This kid is the heaviest wetter I have EVER seen. She pees through her sposies sometimes too. Anyways, she really wants to stick with it, so I'm posting for her. What would you recommend for a trim, very absorbant cloth diaper (she is open do different systems--fitteds, pockets, aio's etc.).

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Old 01-12-2007, 03:59 PM   #2
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Re: Trim diaper for a heavy wetter?

For fitteds, Dream-EZE OC are very absorbent and fairly trim, too. Of course, PeeWells are super absorbent, but they are somewhat bulky. Definitely steer clear of Swaddlebees pockets, those didn't work worth a hoot for my heavy wetter DS, no matter how much I stuffed it. If she wants to try pockets, I've had the best luck with BumGenius pockets, but I haven't tried the 2.0 yet. Haute Pockets are similar, too, and might work well for her. If she can maybe get some good hemp inserts, that would help. I used HempBabies Bigger Weeds from CottonBabies for my DD at night when she was PLing, and they held a lot. Personally, I've had my best luck with my heavy wetter DS in fitteds and wool, because if he wets a little more than the diaper can hold, the wool keeps the wetness contained, KWIM?
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I also wanted to add that if her DC is a "flooder" (holds it in and lets out a large quantity of pee all at once), it might help to try, say, a microfiber insert or doubler on top of the hemp insert in a pocket dipe. That way, the microfiber absorbs quickly, and the hemp holds the largest amount, KWIM?
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Thanks, I will tell her this. I love your avitar, btw.
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Rumpsters are very trim and hold a ton!
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Not a pocket, but Cub Covers AIOs are amazing!
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Hands down baby bear diapers!!! She even has some instock right now! her fitteds are amazing:

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Re: Trim diaper for a heavy wetter?

I designed my dipes for my super soaker dd. She is going to be 3 in May and still has never leaked out of one of my AIOs. I use an AIO with one hemp doubler at night and it holds her for 12-13 hours. Please take a look: www.diapey.com
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I'll second the Cub Covers! And she has a new, Xtreme Heavy Wetter fitted that is supposed to be even more then her regular heavy wetter fitted. She also makes a heavy wetter aio.
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Re: Trim diaper for a heavy wetter?

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I designed my dipes for my super soaker dd. She is going to be 3 in May and still has never leaked out of one of my AIOs. I use an AIO with one hemp doubler at night and it holds her for 12-13 hours. Please take a look: www.diapey.com
Is it trim? She really wants trim.
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