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    @Little Miss Sunshine What brand is that nappy?

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    Bubblebubs candies.... I like the fact the insert is a snap in so no stuffing, and the design is better than a pocket for dd, as you can adjust for around the leg, she is very slender. They aren't cheap though unless on special.

    I tried bambooties when dd was a bubs but they didn't work fur us either.
    (Eta she had chubby legs as a bubs)
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    Quote Originally Posted by tickle View Post
    Cute, @Little Miss Sunshine

    Everyone seems to love Bambooty's. I've only got one and I've put it on DS a half a dozen times or so, but I just don't like the fit. Weird. I don't know if I should sell it or just wait for him to grow more and see if the fit improves.
    I only have 2 bambooty and don't love the fit so DS2 never wears them. His others fit so much better!

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    I think bambooty work well for skinny bubs.

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    I only love bambooty basics with bamboo inserts... I can take or leave the sized or osfm

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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post
    I only love bambooty basics with bamboo inserts... I can take or leave the sized or osfm
    I've found that the basics fit so much better than the AIO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post
    I only love bambooty basics with bamboo inserts... I can take or leave the sized or osfm
    I have the OSFM, but my baby isn't particularly chubby as others have mentioned.

    In other news.... more sandmans and a new wool soaker arrived today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tickle View Post
    I have the OSFM, but my baby isn't particularly chubby as others have mentioned.

    In other news.... more sandmans and a new wool soaker arrived today.
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    What's a wool soaker for?

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    Yeah the bambooty easy dry sized worked for us really well as dd is long and skinny. Osfm were just ridiculous on her until recently!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    What's a wool soaker for?
    Hey, ScubaGal! It's basically a cover. You lanolise it and I use them with most of my fitted nappies, especially at night. I've never, ever had a leak using this combination because of the properties of wool and its ability to hold the moisture in. You find that once a nappy with a PUL exterior is full is wicks at the sides, but this never happens with wool. You also don't have to wash them very often, so they are awesome! When my DS gets older I will have my MIL knit up some shorties (knitted shorts) and some longies (knitted long pants), so even in winter you don't need any additional pants and they are super cute!

    I think I've gone on about them long enough! I like wool, just a bit.


 

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