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    Issy bears for nights. Easily last 12 hours no leaks. Find them too bulky on dd for day time, I use bubblebubs candies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    I like funkibums
    I have two in newborn size they are nice and fluffy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daptoamy View Post
    Issy bears for nights. Easily last 12 hours no leaks. Find them too bulky on dd for day time, I use bubblebubs candies.
    Bubblebubs look pretty good to me. They look like a good snug fit

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    I do love them. They fit great and are very slim. They dry really fast too.
    But I find even with the booster they won't last all night with dd,so hence the issy bears at night.

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    Baby beehinds, itti bitti. I love issy bear too though.
    Also close parent pop ins.

    Sent from my LT15i using The Bub Hub mobile app

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