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Old 02-02-2007, 04:18 PM   #1
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My small rumpster AIO's are getting too small on ds The rise is just getting too low but I think the med is still a little big on him. Plus do I sell them or hold onto them for any future children??? What would you do??? I really like having my rumpsters around. So do you hold on to your dipes for any future child or go sell crazy?

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Old 02-02-2007, 04:35 PM   #2
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I'm keeping all the dipes my daughter has outgrown because we are going to use them for the next baby (I'm actually expecting right now). I've put too much effort and money gathering our perfect stash to let it go just yet. However, after our new baby outgrows them, I'm going to sell them because we don't plan on having more children. So my advice is to keep them if you like them.
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Old 02-02-2007, 04:44 PM   #3
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Re: What to do????

Realize that the Rumpsters is supposed to fit really low. Just over the hip bones is still fitting as long as the booty crack is covered up.

We loved Rumpsters here my dd was in her size Medium til potty training. The last month the booty crack appeared but I wasn't about to switch to large because she was doing most excellently on the potty!

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this isn't answering your ?, but I got a medium rumpster off of FSOT. The legs are too big for DS, and is it just me or is the fabric a little stiff? I'm just curious cuz this was the first rumpster I ever tried.
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Old 02-02-2007, 07:36 PM   #5
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this isn't answering your ?, but I got a medium rumpster off of FSOT. The legs are too big for DS, and is it just me or is the fabric a little stiff? I'm just curious cuz this was the first rumpster I ever tried.
I bought our rumpsters new and they have never been stiff. All mine are soft not stiff at all. I would suggest trying to strip them. The legs on the smalls are not loose at all on ds, I dont think they should be loose or he might pee out try a size smaller mabey. Oh and are you using aplix or snaps (I have both) the aplix sm is larger than the snap small and I prefer the fit of the aplix better. HTH

Oh and it is getting to where it will be showing his crack soon. I do have 3 meds that I guess I need to try on him and see. Im just wondering as he out grows things should I save them or sell them. Thnx
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