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Itti help

Postby Bobble Boy's Mum » Sun Sep 13, 2009 1:37 pm

Findlay was wearing his Itti yesterday and when I came to take it off him it seemed the bit that goes over his tummy had slipped down under the bits that go round his middle. It was still poppered up but as the tummy bit had slipped he was a bit soggy bless him.

Is he too tall for the nappy (I'm not sure where nappies are supposed to sit) or is the nappy too big or is it something else entirely?

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Re: Itti help

Postby emmalala » Sun Sep 13, 2009 1:41 pm

Two words, wing droop! im not sure why but i sold my ittis thinking they were too small, kept one, tried it on him and now it fits! im sure someone else will give you some better advice

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Re: Itti help

Postby tanya » Sun Sep 13, 2009 1:46 pm

emmalala wrote:Two words, wing droop! im not sure why but i sold my ittis thinking they were too small, kept one, tried it on him and now it fits! im sure someone else will give you some better advice

WSS, it's the main reason we don't use front fastening nappies as we always get it and I haven't yet found a way to combat it.

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Re: Itti help

Postby emmalala » Sun Sep 13, 2009 1:49 pm

dont think there is any thing? i use side snaps mainly but mutts are'nt too bad as there are 2 rows of snaps

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Re: Itti help

Postby greenferret » Sun Sep 13, 2009 3:08 pm

We got wing droop too for about two weeks when Esme first went into her mediums, but then she must've grown a bit as we moved out one popper and they just started to fit perfectly again :D

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Re: Itti help

Postby Bobble Boy's Mum » Sun Sep 13, 2009 4:12 pm

Thanks we'll see how the droop does when he's grown into his smalls then (we've still got terrible leg gaping)

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Re: Itti help

Postby Louise » Sun Sep 13, 2009 8:42 pm

tanya2007 wrote:
emmalala wrote:Two words, wing droop! im not sure why but i sold my ittis thinking they were too small, kept one, tried it on him and now it fits! im sure someone else will give you some better advice

WSS, it's the main reason we don't use front fastening nappies as we always get it and I haven't yet found a way to combat it.


Yep we get wing droop with all fs nappies too although Ittis were always ok for us before Katie started outpeeing them. I'm sure as he gets bigger they'll fit better.

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Re: Itti help

Postby Kirstyh » Mon Sep 14, 2009 2:40 pm

We got wing droop for the first time at the weekend with an itti! xx


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