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    Thanks for all the replies ladies. I've ordered some on ebay, can't wait for them to get here!

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    Hi Jonnysmama, just got an email today from BBH, they're having a bit of a sale on some of their nappies. I have the Magicall All in ones and like them better than my bumgenius, which are more expensive! Here is a {link removed by Moderator}
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    DD is in mcn's today! I tried once before with bugalugs but they were too big for her. I'm soooo excited, she looks so cute! I got a sample pack from Funki Bums and each nappy comes with 1 bamboo insert and 1 micro fibre. DD isn't a heavy wetter during the day so just trying it out with micro fibre first. She's a tall and skinny baby too so I've found it hard finding MCNs that fit properly. The Funki Bums have snaps near the legs so they seem to fit better, no gaping. I can still get her 0-3month size pants on over it too.

    They are $12 each including the inserts or you can get packs that work out a bit cheaper.

    This is her first wear so I'll let you know how it goes!!

    Oh and everyone said snaps over Velcro. It was still easy to put on.
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    Cue, I just checked out those nappies. They look pretty good and reasonably priced too. Glad to hear they're good on a long skinny bubba.

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    I found the WAHM made nappies are the best we have been using cloth on my now 10month old for around 6 months and have tried so many different types it's not funny! My boy is quite heavy but has a very slim waist so I get all my nappies made with tummy elastic we always get large hippy hippy snap pattern made as it's got a high rise but is very trim so great for tall skinny bubs but snaps at the hip so can be adjusted for any size. The added bonus of having a WAHM make them for you is you get to choose your own designs and your helping out another mum


 

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