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*tinkerbellarella* wrote:hehe that'd be me that started the teenyfit revolution then.....lol
do u have any nippa's at all? just going by oakley, who was 7lbs bang on it was the legs that were the issue. nothing fitted without massive leg gape. i think out of my entire newborn stash of pretties 2 nappies fitted him. at first the best fitting ones were cotton tots nippa'd to fit. minkee wraps are quite nice too i think. the leg issue was what got me on to teenyfits. he's stillwearing them at almost 10 weeks, but i have bought 2 day packs of brights easyfits now. the brights teenyfits are on ebay now, u gotta look! a day pack for 45 quid posted from bargainbots. even just to peek u gotta see them, they're not usually avaliable here as made for america see.x
*tinkerbellarella* wrote:pretty good actually:-) they are the first i reach for as soon as they're clean and dry, and i love that they fit both boys. i find them very absorbant, get a good 4 hours generally out of them, and i'm verypleased that they come with the night or heavy wetter booster, that is something the english v2 don't come with. love the brights, hence why i just bought another pack. if i can sneak one more in i will!lol