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LoveMyBubbaBoy Due October 4; 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Michigan 3214 posts
Mar 23rd '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting thechelseamonster:</b>" omg. :lol: it really does though. >.<"</blockquote>



Haha. :)

lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44076 posts
Mar 23rd '13

Any tips mamas?



Sam is ready to go buy a pack of goodnight a for lyl. He swears these super undies are just leaking out and not absorbing anything. I think she's just a heavy wetter. The chiropractor was working for the bed wetting for awhile but now it's not and almost seems worse than ever. She pees right before bed and still soaks out the dipe (with a seen in soaker and an extra microfiber insert in the pocket). I told him she probably needs added absorbency but he says the diapers don't work and he's done. I'm getting frustrated because the good nights are like $15 for like 10 I think maybe opposite 15 for $10 (idk for sure but you don't get many and they're super expensive). I want to try more absorbency but he's being grouchy about it. He's almost ready to take Scarlytt out of dipes too cause hers always leak (I think cause she's too small for OS still and especially in the legs, but nbs don't fit or hold her heavy wetting. Why do I have to have two heavy wetters?!?!?! I'm just getting frustrated and discouraged. And Scarlytt is super sensitive to her own pee and pop and has this never ending rash. The dr pointed it out too which made me feel like a failure. I can change this girl enough. She wets every 5 minutes :( probably more.

lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44076 posts
Mar 23rd '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting LoveMyBubbaBoy:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting thechelseamonster:</b>" How long does wool take to dry?"</blockquote> A wooly long time! Sorry. I'm exhausted and slap happy."</blockquote>




Omg I'm dying!!! I needed a laugh :)

*frisky2times* Due August 27 (girl); 3 kids; El Paso, TX, United States 2835 posts
Mar 23rd '13

I'm going on vacation for a week and I have no idea which diapers are going to be best to bring. Usually I'm home all the time lol. I will have a washer and dryer tho. I have twelve pockets. Twelve aio and twelve prefolds with three covers. Which ones are best too bring?



And one medium size wet bag.

Mommmm Due February 14 (boy); 17 kids; Colorado 390 posts
Mar 23rd '13

which type of cloth diaper do you recommend? im new to this lol

drunk faith1 1 child; Alabama 10081 posts
Mar 23rd '13
Quoting IrishTwins91213:" which type of cloth diaper do you recommend? im new to this lol"


I'd say pockets. If money isn't much of an issue and you're new to it, go with pockets. They rarely leak and go one just like a disposable.

LoveMyBubbaBoy Due October 4; 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Michigan 3214 posts
Mar 23rd '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting IrishTwins91213:</b>" which type of cloth diaper do you recommend? im new to this lol"</blockquote>



Lol. My husband does pockets. We have lots of pockets and I'm starting to venture into diffent things. They are super easy and the fleece part keeps moisture away from baby.

Hy'ska 2 kids; Nope, Az, United States 50865 posts
Mar 23rd '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting IrishTwins91213:</b>" which type of cloth diaper do you recommend? im new to this lol"</blockquote>




I love pockets, cheap and easy. I also like AIO but they're way more expensive. I have covers but I very very very rarely use them.

Mommmm Due February 14 (boy); 17 kids; Colorado 390 posts
Mar 23rd '13

Thanks ladies, if I was to go with anything I think it would have to be AIO for my DH to consider. The pockets are just the ones you slide the fabric into right? I dont wanna have to do too much in order for a good diaper

LoveMyBubbaBoy Due October 4; 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Michigan 3214 posts
Mar 23rd '13

If I'm going to cd a newborn, is covers and flats/prefolds the best option cost wise? I just figure you change newbs all the time and that might just be easiest...

Hy'ska 2 kids; Nope, Az, United States 50865 posts
Mar 23rd '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting IrishTwins91213:</b>" Thanks ladies, if I was to go with anything I think it would have to be AIO for my DH to consider. The ... [snip!] ... The pockets are just the ones you slide the fabric into right? I dont wanna have to do too much in order for a good diaper"</blockquote>




Yes pockets you have an insert slipped into.

Mommmm Due February 14 (boy); 17 kids; Colorado 390 posts
Mar 23rd '13
Quoting LoveMyBubbaBoy:" If I'm going to cd a newborn, is covers and flats/prefolds the best option cost wise? I just figure you change newbs all the time and that might just be easiest..."


It seems like there is so much to know about them!

LoveMyBubbaBoy Due October 4; 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Michigan 3214 posts
Mar 23rd '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting IrishTwins91213:</b>" Thanks ladies, if I was to go with anything I think it would have to be AIO for my DH to consider. The ... [snip!] ... The pockets are just the ones you slide the fabric into right? I dont wanna have to do too much in order for a good diaper"</blockquote>




Yep! But they dry way faster than aios and you can stuff them with different amounts of inserts depending on what you want for absorbancy.

Hy'ska 2 kids; Nope, Az, United States 50865 posts
Mar 23rd '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting LoveMyBubbaBoy:</b>" If I'm going to cd a newborn, is covers and flats/prefolds the best option cost wise? I just figure you change newbs all the time and that might just be easiest..."</blockquote>




Yes cost wise that would be best

Mommmm Due February 14 (boy); 17 kids; Colorado 390 posts
Mar 23rd '13
Quoting Brink:" <blockquote><b>Quoting LoveMyBubbaBoy:</b>" If I'm going to cd a newborn, is covers ... [snip!] ... figure you change newbs all the time and that might just be easiest..."</blockquote> Yes cost wise that would be best"


how do those work? lol I wish I knew someone around here who could show me everything hands on!