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    Default What MCN's would suit my needs?

    They are the same thing I guess. Pocket nappies require a booster/insert - they usually come with the nappy. You can buy boosters seperately and add them for more absorbency to any nappy. They are usually a seperate piece (pocket nappy), or stitched in (AIO). Have you thought that AIOs can take a couple of days to dry? Most of my stash is pocket for this reason. Although Pikapu are quick drying because the booster flips out to dry. Bambooty also do an easy-dry style that is similar.

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    Default What MCN's would suit my needs?

    I would get a few different brands to try initially and then buy more when you see how they fit your ds. I have a few Bumgenius elementals - they are organic cotton so a bit pricier and take a bit longer to dry (except in this heat!) but I love the fit and ease of use. I mostly use itti bitti snap in ones but I'm sure the aio would be just as good although they are sized. Have you looked at Bumgenius Freetime? From memory, they are aio and cheaper than the elemental.

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    Default What MCN's would suit my needs?

    I love Bumgenious elemental AIO but have only ever used it on the largest setting. They are great. Other than that I use sized ittis AIO so easy! I have tuttos aswell but I hate inserts! Will eventually sell those and get more aio's

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    An AIO with a pocket opening means you can turn the absorbent piece inside out to dry and they dry much quicker. Not hard to just flip them back the right way when you put them on baby.


 

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