I know what you mean about being used to dealing with a heavy wetter. Iris' nappies are fairly enourmous, heavy duty looking bits of kit and a teeny tiny cotton nappy just looks useless in comparison.
Still, I'm hopeful Bean won't be heavy wetting. It wouldn't be fair to have two super-soakers!
I've also decided that Bub will be a 10lb at birth baby. Iris was an ounce under 9lb at birth and this one is already measuring a couple of weeks ahead. I have to go for a diabetes test soon, actually. So I've not bothered getting too many tiny nappies; we're gonna be screwed if he is small!
Anyway, Bean's stash so far is:
6 xs Sandy's
4 small Wee Notions Northern Lights
2 medium Itti Bitti AIO (I find these tiny, hence the mediums!)
2 small Dunk N Fluff
2 small made by me (Darling Diapers - same pattern as a Dunk N Fluff)
2 Baby Beehinds OS
1 BubuBébé OS
3 Piddle Poddle OS
Oh, and I also have a medium Flutterby Fluff night nappy for him - ready for once he's in to night nappies.
Then I have 5 small and 1 newborn soaker - I won't buy more until he's in larger sizes. I don't need too many small ones as they will dry very quickly here in summer. And 1 small Blueberry wrap. I need to get another wrap or two, really. Oh, and I have a medium WN wrap to use over night nappies, too.
I also have enough fabric to make a further 6 nappies using the Darling Diapers pattern. I'm just trying to decide whether to make smalls or mediums. I'm going to use embroidered minkee nappy cuts, so I'm leaning towards making mediums and getting some other, plainer smalls.
The Ittis are my attempt to buy non-fitteds. I know I should try again with pockets but, again, having had a very heavy wetter it's hard to convince myself that they will work for us!