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Itti Bitti D lish problem

Postby DanielleUK » Thu Nov 26, 2009 5:15 pm

I have two itti bitti d lish nappies and they are leaking. I am finding the inside leg has a gap. I think this is due to there booster snaps being to thick, not allowing the elastic to grip the leg properly. I am folding it in half, then there is the layer above? am I doign something wrong?

Many thanks. Hope that made sense xxx

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Re: Itti Bitti D lish problem

Postby littlesez » Thu Nov 26, 2009 7:09 pm

doesnt make sense to me :giggle: can you do a pic

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Re: Itti Bitti D lish problem

Postby 2climbingboys » Thu Nov 26, 2009 7:16 pm

DanielleUK wrote:I have two itti bitti d lish nappies and they are leaking. I am finding the inside leg has a gap. I think this is due to there booster snaps being to thick, not allowing the elastic to grip the leg properly. I am folding it in half, then there is the layer above? am I doign something wrong?

Many thanks. Hope that made sense xxx


They were a terrible fit on Blake too. We only got rid of the leg gape by using the trifold by itself i.e. without the hourglass on top.

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Re: Itti Bitti D lish problem

Postby DanielleUK » Thu Nov 26, 2009 7:54 pm

2climbingboys wrote:
DanielleUK wrote:I have two itti bitti d lish nappies and they are leaking. I am finding the inside leg has a gap. I think this is due to there booster snaps being to thick, not allowing the elastic to grip the leg properly. I am folding it in half, then there is the layer above? am I doign something wrong?

Many thanks. Hope that made sense xxx


They were a terrible fit on Blake too. We only got rid of the leg gape by using the trifold by itself i.e. without the hourglass on top.



I am going to try this next. Failing that then I really don't know what to do? Do I try anynother booter in place of the ones they comes with?

Thanks for your advice hun. I have been reading up and it seems this is aa very common problem with them? You think they might sort it :cry:

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Re: Itti Bitti D lish problem

Postby DanielleUK » Thu Nov 26, 2009 7:55 pm

littlesez wrote:doesnt make sense to me :giggle: can you do a pic



Sorry hun :giggle:

I mean it gapes at the leg. I did not word that well I know :oops: :giggle:

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Re: Itti Bitti D lish problem

Postby littlesez » Fri Nov 27, 2009 6:48 am

we had this with the small size, the mediums didnt last long without being too tight, then the larges gaped for a while but now finally we have a fab fit with them. The thing is if you take the top layer off you dont have anything that draws away the wee from the babies skin :-? the bamboo gets reslly wet so just becareful you dont end up with a rash.

the only thing i can think of is to do it up tighter, what size do you use and what weight is your LO, do they have a skinny waist or legs or both?

xx

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Re: Itti Bitti D lish problem

Postby becsom » Fri Nov 27, 2009 8:02 am

We have a couple of Ittis (large) which gaped at the legs for a while too. I think Nell must've changed shape because as of a month or so ago, they have started fitting her perfectly.

Maybe you could keep them to one side for a bit to see if they fit better in a couple of months. Or sell them (or swap them) for something that fits better now??

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Re: Itti Bitti D lish problem

Postby DanielleUK » Fri Nov 27, 2009 6:36 pm

littlesez wrote:we had this with the small size, the mediums didnt last long without being too tight, then the larges gaped for a while but now finally we have a fab fit with them. The thing is if you take the top layer off you dont have anything that draws away the wee from the babies skin :-? the bamboo gets reslly wet so just becareful you dont end up with a rash.

the only thing i can think of is to do it up tighter, what size do you use and what weight is your LO, do they have a skinny waist or legs or both?

xx


I am not sure of her current weight, it was around 26lb when she was weighed. She is not what I would casll skinny, or big iykwim. I have just realsied today though that the large fuzzibunz are to big for her, even on the lowest poppers?

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Re: Itti Bitti D lish problem

Postby DanielleUK » Fri Nov 27, 2009 6:37 pm

becsom wrote:We have a couple of Ittis (large) which gaped at the legs for a while too. I think Nell must've changed shape because as of a month or so ago, they have started fitting her perfectly.

Maybe you could keep them to one side for a bit to see if they fit better in a couple of months. Or sell them (or swap them) for something that fits better now??



Yes I was thinking of selling them tbh, will give them a few more goes, without the hourglass, with a liner ontop?? and see how it goes?

Thanks ladies xx

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