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Louise wrote:That sounds fine to me This was Ms newborn and small stash -
(I bought a fair few after this pic was taken too )
Rox wrote:30 isnt bad i dont think, ideal really.
I had 20 with my daughter and found we were sometimes cutting it close so i am going for at least 25 newborn fitting ones this time. I wouldnt tho have 25 newborn only ones, they can grow out of them by 4wks so it can be expensive or difficult selling on etc so early. I'm doing the same this time that we did last time and making half of them (well,10) a nippa fastening fitted so it will grow with baby and fit for a lot longer.
I have... 21 newborn fitting so far and 8 smalls with another 3 on order and will def be buying more once we know the gender
Cyrillia wrote:Yes, you are right. Then again, after having two in cloth and now onto the third, I'm balancing stash size with value for money. I like to have a mix of fitteds that will give a trim fit when needed (under specific outfits or when out and about) and others (one size, etc...) that I'll get more use out of as they'll last LO for longer. When they're teeny they're bulky, but that doesn't matter when we're bumming around the house as long as I like the look of them. I always love ours when relaxing in a cute nappy and babylegs.