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High rise nappies

Postby clothpenguin » Thu Apr 03, 2008 4:09 am

Can anyone tell me which nappies are high in the rise, any kind, fitted, pocket whatever. We have long skinny babies and I don't want builders bum on the next size up which I suspect will happen with Tots and BB's. Shame about the tots, I love rainbows.

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Re: High rise nappies

Postby tanya » Thu Apr 03, 2008 7:42 am

Bella has a long body, but dumpy little legs. I've been having trouble finding two-part night nappies which do not give her builder's bum!!

Kiwi Quick Flips are long rise - I have personally tested these on Bella and no builder's bum there! Not sure on other fitteds although Ella's House Bumhuggers may work too, but I have yet to try these.

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HHOS are also higher rise than most pockets, bit boring tho. AS are BGs. Both of those fit Bella quite well. We also have a BB OS, which fits fairly well. Not as well as the HHOS or BGs.

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Re: High rise nappies

Postby Louise » Thu Apr 03, 2008 8:54 am

Bambineos are also high rise and quite slim fitting. Katie is now in size 2 fitted nappies and they are the only ones I have to fold down still. They also still fit Ryan who is 2 1/2.

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Re: High rise nappies

Postby babyroo » Thu Apr 03, 2008 8:57 am

Mummyof3 wrote:Bambineos are also high rise and quite slim fitting. Katie is now in size 2 fitted nappies and they are the only ones I have to fold down still. They also still fit Ryan who is 2 1/2.

Louise x


Yes, IMO you can't beat them for a slim but very high nappy. And with the removable booster, you can take it out if you don't need the extras absorbancy making them even slimmer :)

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Re: High rise nappies

Postby clothpenguin » Fri Apr 04, 2008 2:23 am

thanks ladies, interesting about the pockets, also I will check out bamineos (daft name)Mr CP does get challenged by removable boosters though, and liners, and anything that needs tucking in or folding over or adding!

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Re: High rise nappies

Postby Claire » Sun Apr 06, 2008 6:30 am

Hello fellow mother of twins :D :D

I agree with what the others have said about the bambineos but

clothpenguin wrote:Mr CP does get challenged by removable boosters though, and liners, and anything that needs tucking in or folding over or adding!


I do find them to be a bit fiddly. I mean, not amazingly so but my DH hates them. Mimi is very long and an average build. She grew out of her bamboozles when she about 3 months old, they were just far too short for her. She has really only just grown out her bambineos at 7 months, they are so high in the rise. I was folding over the front of them until she was about 3 months old though. The nippa ones always fitted so nicely but the aplix ones were always difficult to get a good fit with. I just couldn't get them tight enough around the legs. I am sooooo lazy too, when it comes to separate boosters, fleece liners etc. We stick to pockets in the day now. I really like my greenkids. I find they come up high and are easy to get the fit right on. I like the BG too but get annoyed that the poppers to adjust the rise are always coming open when I try to fasten them tightly. Considering they are sized, I think the fuzzis must be quite high in the rise, I think the mediums we have now will fit for a long time yet.

We're using 2 parters at night and I do think the bumhugger is quite generous, ready fleece lined and the aplix is easy for Dh to get a good fit with. It's quite bulky though so not sure how good it would be for daytime use.

Sorry if I'm a bit late replying and you've already been shopping, don't seem to get more than 30 seconds to come on here at a time :D :D

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Re: High rise nappies

Postby clothpenguin » Thu Apr 10, 2008 4:26 am

my spree has yet to occur....actually I have AGES to research size two nappies so I will be asking a billion more questions :D

Nice to meet you, we seem to have an online twins club going on on the forum!

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Re: High rise nappies

Postby gayleygoo » Tue Apr 22, 2008 10:30 pm

ellas house nappies are very high-rise, and bumgenius can be high-rise too. Happy Nappy Shoppinng! :D xx

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Re: High rise nappies

Postby nicola g » Thu Apr 24, 2008 4:52 pm

Looking forward to an update to what you have bought :P

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