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Pockets to try? Go on tempt me!

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Re: Pockets to try? Go on tempt me!

Postby pinkydinkydoo » Mon Apr 28, 2008 10:25 pm

My dd (15lbs) has a aplix upsydaisy and it's very adjustable and does have crossover tabs.

The crushed velvet Stephs/ Isabelle's silver nappy is made from is polyester so would be suitable for heavy wetters :)

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Re: Pockets to try? Go on tempt me!

Postby anya1973 » Tue Apr 29, 2008 7:48 pm

caeganol wrote:I have been using the aplix upsy daisy mainly as night nappies but they are fab really.
You can boost these really well too.
I have the construction fleece and the stars and moon (something like that)in fleece.

My favourites are blueberry for day time
happy heiny's OS are really good too and I mean they are excellent as BTP, however I have an issue with the tabs, they seem to get everywhere in the washing. But I definately like the fitted ones, they are great and have ust had three more courtsy Beck who posted it from australia. Thanks again beck.
HTH


Will have a look when she's caught up with all her RNW orders. :D

Might have another look at HHOS too. :D



Helen xx

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Re: Pockets to try? Go on tempt me!

Postby anya1973 » Tue Apr 29, 2008 7:58 pm

JanX wrote:The sizing is big!

I have the standard mediums and they fit the girls well for overnight (too bulky for day unless staying home!) the girls are 13 months old and weigh around 20lb ish!

I also tried it on my 2 and a half year old 34lbish son (stuffed with 2 bamboo squares) and irt fit him nicely too :lol: (didn't look too great though as it was a bright pink one with sheep on it :hohoho: :hohoho: )

I'd say go for mediums!!

jan x



Jan,

Do you use the minkis at all during the day? I used to use the slinki ones on my DD when she was little - but think the standard fit ones would be way too bulky for daytime use. I seem to remember that the tab that goes across the front on the standard one used to sort of droop down after a while. Think that's why we ended up sticking to the slinki ones. :wink:



Helen xx

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