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Old 03-01-2007, 11:34 AM   #1
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Economical Fitteds?

Okay, I have been looking and looking around at all the different kinds of fitteds available. I've been watching FSOT too. The problem for me is the general cost of most fitteds. I really want to try some, but have to be able to do it economically. So help me out if you would please, I'm looking to try soem different kinds (if I can), but am open to buying several from one source, actually it's what I'd probably prefer.

I have 2 of the SB OCT fitteds from way back when they had the outlet... tried one on her earlier today and it's great! But I definitely cannot swing the cost of those now!! LOL

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Old 03-01-2007, 11:36 AM   #2
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check out Thirsties from www.babycottonbottoms.com
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Old 03-01-2007, 11:37 AM   #3
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Old 03-01-2007, 12:06 PM   #4
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Check out the Growing Green One-Size Fitteds from www.greenmountaindiapers.com
Karen has pictures of these on different babies, and says they are the one diaper that seems to fit every baby. I don't have personal experience, but these are on my list to try!

I recently purchased some Tiny Tush one-size cotton (the older version)...I like the way they look and feel. Now she's offering a new "trimmer" version here: http://www.tinytush.com/tiny_tush_tr...oth_diaper.htm
that looks really great. Would be worth buying one to try, IMO.

I think w/ one-size, you have to be willing to sacrifice *some* trimness in the smaller size. But these two are the trimmest versions of one-size that I've found.

One-Sizers would seem to be an economical way to go, but I hope someone else pipes in who maybe has used them!

FWIW....
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Mother Ease.
I have some FSOT for CHEAP. And they are very new. =)
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I have bought from a WAHM who sells on eBay; her name is Elissa and she sells under Monkeybunsdiapers -- http://stores.ebay.com/MonkeyBuns-Diapers is her eBay store. I really like them; they're trim and aborbant, and so cute!
Oh, and the prices range from I think like 5.50 for NB to 7-8ish for a Large... she makes nice wrap covers too.
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