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    Default Large sized MCNs

    Hi Cloth Mums,

    My 15 month old is nearly 14kgs now. My itti bitti tuttos have been packed away for months now as they are too small. My bonnibuns are still fitting him but are getting a bit low in the front now, so they may be on limited time as well.

    I was thinking of getting some large sized MCNs that will last until TT, can anyone recommend a brand that will actually fit him until then? So many brands claim to last until TT but end up being way too small (I'm looking at you itti bitti!)

    I have a BBH large magic all on the way but am looking for some others to try.

    Thanks ladies

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    Suddenly I'm regretting the large itti bittis I just purchased!

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    Quote Originally Posted by insanity View Post
    Suddenly I'm regretting the large itti bittis I just purchased!
    Well my tuttos are OSFM, I haven't tried their large d'lish. Hopefully they will be ok for you!

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    http://www.greennappy.com.au/

    The SNAP covers are GREAT!!

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    My son outgrew Itti Bittis very early too. He is 2 now and I have a lot of trouble getting nappies to fit him. The ones that fit him by far the best now are Bumgenius (4.0, Freetime or Elemental) and Pikapu AIOs (my Mum's and my husband's favourite). The GroVia AIO also fits him and is very trim under going out clothes, jeans etc. And the Babykicks 3G also fits him well with a good rise and is extremely trim under clothes too.

    The Baby Beehinds Multi-Fit is way too small for him, along with Itti Bitti Tuttos, Ones & Twos OSFM and the Seedling Baby OSFM pocket nappy.

    Hope that helps!

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    Oh I forgot to mention the new Thirsties Duo AIO, it is great! U could get the size 2 and it will fit until toilet training. I have one and it fits my son great, I wish I had more!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jennibear View Post
    http://www.greennappy.com.au/

    The SNAP covers are GREAT!!
    Thanks jennibear, this would be a good option I think because I could probably use the covers over all the inserts I already have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kooglekat View Post
    Thanks jennibear, this would be a good option I think because I could probably use the covers over all the inserts I already have?
    Thats what they're designed for...using removable inserts with them. I found them to be wonderful and they last GREAt...my son is wearing the same covers my daughter did!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pippy&Woof View Post
    My son outgrew Itti Bittis very early too. He is 2 now and I have a lot of trouble getting nappies to fit him. The ones that fit him by far the best now are Bumgenius (4.0, Freetime or Elemental) and Pikapu AIOs (my Mum's and my husband's favourite). The GroVia AIO also fits him and is very trim under going out clothes, jeans etc. And the Babykicks 3G also fits him well with a good rise and is extremely trim under clothes too.

    The Baby Beehinds Multi-Fit is way too small for him, along with Itti Bitti Tuttos, Ones & Twos OSFM and the Seedling Baby OSFM pocket nappy.

    Hope that helps!
    Awesome, thank you so much. Lots to check out.

    I am hoping I can find something that fits him without having to trial a heap of different brands again. Been through that when he was younger and I really don't want to spend the money again! I might look into some second hand methinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jennibear View Post
    Thats what they're designed for...using removable inserts with them. I found them to be wonderful and they last GREAt...my son is wearing the same covers my daughter did!!
    So are the snap covers the same size as the large ones jennibear? I prefer snaps but it's a bit unclear on the site what size the snap covers are.


 

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