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I have had a blissful time since i posted this, I have shelved the fitteds/pockets for now and have been very simply tri folding a prefold into a flip wrap and im having a great time! A line full of white prefolds...simplicity Infact i just ordered some more prefolds from kittykins and also a couple of thirsties wraps ( a duo and a normal one)
megansmummy wrote:Emma, i really like them...i used them with megan on and off , i used to add a booster (bamboo or hemp) to the prefold sometimes for her but as it is at Kierens age we dont need to at all...i can easily get 3 hours out of a tri folded prefold...i love my pretty nappies too but thats about the same length of time!
angiepangie2809 wrote:I've actualy managed to get hold of some xs thirties fitteds for our new bubs..they look gorgeous. I will deffo try to get some wraps too then. Prefold wise I think the ones I have are cotton bottoms...I know I got some reeeealy tiny newborn ones preloved from the usednappy company but I bought them a bit late and ethan outgrew them...not sure what make they are tho. I've managed to get a few bamboo newborn prefolds too which will be fine for just being tri folded but not so much for nippering...and I do prefer to nippa. When you start buying for new bubs it might be worth you putting wanted posts on classifieds for some prefolds. I also wonder if enough people wanted some ones from america if it would help to do a co-op type thing to spread the postage costs. X