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rhead wrote: Will post some comparison photos in the photo section if no one has done yet (off to see...).
rhead wrote:Anybody have an opinion on the new SS pockets yet? Mine arrived yesterday but haven't had a chance to try it yet, and as DD's impetigo infection has come back and I've had to put her back on antibiotics (noooooo!!!!!!!) we won't be trying it for at least a week. First impression is that it's HUGE! It looks like a completely different nappy. Will post some comparison photos in the photo section if no one has done yet (off to see...).
Anyway, just wondering what you all think.
rhead wrote:I was wondering whether I should have gotten (should get? ) a medium for Lili instead of a large... I'm sure she'll grow into it if it doesn't fit too well now - she's only 12 months so we've got a long way to go in nappies yet! Maybe Cole will too? I'm sure people will bite your hands off to try them if you do decide to sell though (might have a look myself ). Will try to get photos up in a bit, just need to get DH off the other computer.
rhead wrote:Have you given them some feedback? It may be something they should change in the design, and if you got more WN's they might be willing to make them for you specially with longer tabs, and extra poppers for the legs if needed...
WeeNotions wrote:This is the only negative feedback I have seen about them, everything else has been really really positive!
I use the large on Amelie she will be 2 in Jan and I use them on the third row of poppers and they fit perfectly (i.e. one less than the tightest). All the other feedbacks I have seen, have said how much better the fit is with these, than the old style.
BUT I have learnt over the years that there is no such thing as the perfect nappy, all babies are different sizes and you just can't please everyone, all you can hope for is that they fit most babies
All feedabck gratefully received though, positive or negative, it is all helpful when it comes to redesigning and bettering our products