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    Default Most used Diaper?

    Just wondering what type of diaper most people use and love...I know lots of us have a variety in our diaper stash..but which is the one type your use the most and why do you love it so much??





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    So my favourite has to be pre-folds stuffed inside a pocket..I just started on the pocket train and I must saying I am really loving it! Super convient while you are out but cheaper to then a aio and faster to dry aswell!!





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    Pockets, pockets, pockets. I like being able to stuff it with as much as I need for absorbancy. I dislike AIO's because of how long they take to dry and the PUL can get stinky from sitting in the diaper pail. Fitteds and prefolds I don't mind but I hate how soaked they get unless you can be on top of things and change them every time they pee. Piper was in prefolds until recently and she would wake up from her naps with every square inch of that diaper soaking Can't be all that comfortable.

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    I use mostly flats or prefolds but I have pockets for night time because I can adjust the absorbancy and I love them!
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    I said AIO - but really they are AI2s. The soaker is lay in, not sewn in. They are the easiest to use, IMO.




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    Quote Originally Posted by PikaJen
    I said AIO - but really they are AI2s. The soaker is lay in, not sewn in. They are the easiest to use, IMO.
    yea this is my fave for ease of washing- but I am using mostly 1 size pockets because of the sizing issue
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikruca
    Quote Originally Posted by PikaJen
    I said AIO - but really they are AI2s. The soaker is lay in, not sewn in. They are the easiest to use, IMO.
    yea this is my fave for ease of washing- but I am using mostly 1 size pockets because of the sizing issue
    Where can you get One-size pockets from?





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    Pockets are what I reach for first.

    Although lately DD has seemed to have a heat-rash on her bum, so I've been putting her in snappied prefolds coverless to let her bum breathe whenever I get the chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miasmom
    Where can you get One-size pockets from?
    Are you talking about Bummis one size diapers pockets?? You can get them at cheeky monkey, i might be getting a couple to try them out!
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    My pocket diapers are fuzzibunz and I really like them.
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    Fitted, or flats if in a crunch. Just had to find a cover that I liked. Stacinator Stretch Wool all the way.

    I have brand new pockets and I'm not liking them at all.
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