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    Default Popular trim fitting fitted CD's?

    What are some trim-fitting fitted CD's people like using?

    I am currently using Kissaluvs, but find them to be a bit bulky on my 8-week old. Otherwise, they are ok.

    Appreciate the input,
    Cheryl :)
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    Default RE: Popular trim fitting fitted CD's?

    The trimmest things I have tied are:

    1) a CPF with a Snappi using the bikini twist and a very trim cover like a Bummis

    2) a pocket diaper (like a Fuzzibunz) with a hemp insert

    Both are pretty trim. The Fuzzibunz is as trim as a disposable.

    HTH,
    Beth, mom to older DD (8/01) and younger DD (10/06) and always missing Leah (4/22 - 5/1/05)

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    Default RE: Popular trim fitting fitted CD's?

    I love Crickett's hemp!! They are pretty trim considering how absorbent they are (I don't need a doubler with these), and the elastic is a little snugger than most of the fitteds, good for skinnier babies. For a younger baby, you can use them without the soaker.

    Fuzzibunz are trim but just aren't working for my little guy - red marks on the legs and they just don't stuff right (we need all the absorbency in the front).

    The best price I found on the Crickett's was at www.juliesstuff.com.
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    Default RE: Popular trim fitting fitted CD's?

    Thanks for bearing with all my questions. One more: what other pocket CD's exist besides Fuzzibunz? I will do a search, but am interested in hearing what other people like using, especially ones that are not as expensive.

    Thanks again,
    Cheryl :)

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    Default RE: Popular trim fitting fitted CD's?

    Hi Lori -
    Thanks for responding. How is the rise on Crickett's dipes are they as low on your son as Kissaluvs?

    Thanks again,
    Cheryl :)


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    Default RE: Popular trim fitting fitted CD's?

    Lori,

    Cricketts is local here in Chapel Hill does she not have the best prices on her own products???? I want to purchase some based on your recommendation...

    I think I want to wait for my investment once Tristan weighs about 12lbs so that I can stay in them. I plan on using PFs till then...Just trying to save mula!!!

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    Default RE: Popular trim fitting fitted CD's?

    Others I have seen recommended are Happy Heinies (~$13.50) and Zootkitty (~$12.50). I haven't tried either. All pocket CDs are in approximately the same price range. I would go with what fits your babe.

    HTH,
    Beth, mom to older DD (8/01) and younger DD (10/06) and always missing Leah (4/22 - 5/1/05)

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    Default RE: Popular trim fitting fitted CD's?

    Cheryl,

    I haven't tried Kissaluvs (although the one I ordered should be here next week) But I don't consider the rise on Crickett's to be low - they come up to his belly button, and he is long.

    Neve - yes, Julie is lower than Crickett on Crickett's dipes! I'd suggest waiting until you see Tristan's body type - if he is a chubbier baby, they might not fit him as well. The leg elastic is snugger than most dipes.

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    I think he is going to be long and on the trim side...his cheeks are huge!!! but I don't think he is chubby (yet he weighs a lot). He might be solid but he doesn't appear chubby, his legs appear very long and he has calves.... (I don't know what to compare it to though)...:)...

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    Default RE: Popular trim fitting fitted CD's?

    I like my Darling Diaper AIOS. They're pretty trim and very absorbant! I think she's working on a pocket diaper style too. :)
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