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    Quote Originally Posted by juf84 View Post
    Same here, I had a few older nappies in the nappy bag and they were fine. But I didn't really put two and two together until I read this thread, I thought it might have been the sizing. Very tempted to try DS in the next size up this afternoon to compare it.
    There is no next size up for us :/ not sure what to do now? The Dry Nights Pajama Pants won't fit into the budget yet

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    Savingfishfromdrowning is offline If you can't change your fate, change your attitude
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    I switched to the super-cheap Comfybots from coles, and I like them much better than huggies. DD is now TT in the day, but still in nappies overnight. I was using cloth but she started to outwet them so switched to huggies and then the cheapies this year.

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    Hi All, just thought I'd let u know I got my assertive letter writing hat on & wrote a complaint letter to Huggies, 6 days later i got a box of new, aussie made, boys walker nappies! Thats $33 back in my pocket! So they should though really, those US ones were beyond terrible!

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    Have the wipes changed too? The unscented ones I just opened yesterday are so thin and tearing easily. So frustrated as they are from a 240 wipe packet!

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    I have noticed they are thinner (My DD wears the crawler size) but we have only ever had one overnight leak in 5 months. So no problems yet. Maybe they should should spend less on those sturdy boxes (which mind you are excellent for storage!) and more on the nappies?

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    I think the Australian made ones are back, the new box I brought were back to their usual standards


 

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