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post #21 of 74

REDI diapers are AWESOME!

I'm new here but wanted to add my two cents.

Rainbow's End Designs diapers are by far my favourite. I do have a couple El Bees and I don't think they look that much alike. REDIs are trim, absorbant, and absolutely adorable!

Mere is an absolute sweetheart to deal with, too!
post #22 of 74
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Originally Posted by frognladybugmama
turns me off that she is using a name that was already in use...janice novak used to make rainbows end diapers (can't find the link right now), but i had several for shelby when she was in size smalls...
yes!! i am sending that link to jan...she might be interested in seeing it. (jan was justat my house aweek ago.)
post #23 of 74
Thread Starter 
I don't want to cause any trouble. I just wondered if anyone tried them. I think maybe it's the long crotch and the wings that reminded me of an elbee.
post #24 of 74

Love my rainbows end diapers!!!!

I love my Rainbow's End Diapers! When my daughter was born I tried TONS of different brands but once I tried a REDI (Rainbows End Designs, Inc) diaper, I never looked back.

Her diapers are so trim, they NEVER leak, her prints are great, and she is so much fun to work with. My daughter has super sensitive skin but she has never gotten a diaper rash from these diapers...even when I leave them on longer than I should.

I noticed that someone mentioned not liking her prints.....the great thing is that she will make a diaper with ANY fabric you request. I have sent her fabric that I liked several times and she has made diapers for me with it. Also, her business is still in its start up phase so she has more prints that are not on her website. She can always email you some of the additional prints that she has (she has hundreds!).

My daughter has gotten so much use out of every size....I definately feel like I have gotten my money out of these diapers. Plus, Meredith is great to work with........she always gets back to me ASAP, answers all of my questions, and strives to make sure I am happy with her product. The best thing is that she gives discounts when you buy several diapers and to loyal, repeat customers. I also use the all natural waterproofing spray that she sells on her site and I love it too.

What can I say? I just really like her diapers. I am a physician who sometimes works long hours so I was worried that I would not have time to cloth diaper my children but with REDI diapers it has been a breeze. If anyone has anymore questions about these diapers feel free to email me...I would be more than happy to tell you more.

Hope everyone has a great day!
Doctormamma
post #25 of 74
Anyone else notice that there are so many 1st time posters coming in to rave about these diapers? :LOL
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post #27 of 74
Holy Baloney monsters!!! Those do not look like Elbee. The wings are way skinnier, the crotch is longer and different somehow. They are not bound in fabric either.
post #28 of 74
things that make you go "hmmmmmmmm" :LOL
post #29 of 74
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Originally Posted by Izzybee
Anyone else notice that there are so many 1st time posters coming in to rave about these diapers? :LOL
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post #30 of 74
Just not my style, I don't care for AIO's. But the wings do look like el bee, just a t&t el bee.Lol shape of em.
Debi
post #31 of 74
I mentioned on my PG, (where most of us use REDIS) that there was a thread here about them. Im not surprised they came over to show their support.
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post #33 of 74

I just have to say...

yes, my first post was in this thread but to tell you the truth, I don't know if I'll be back. I do not feel welcome here with the comment about my first post being in this thread. As Piratemomma said, she mentioned this thread on another board. Since I use these diapers, I thought I would post my two cents, and now feel like I'm being "outted" for choosing this as my first place to post.

Who cares how many of us first posted in this particular thread? Does it really matter?

ETA: sorry for hijacking this post with my vent. I just don't like the negativity.
post #34 of 74
I would try them if they were fitteds. We have plently of AIO's and are trying to get switched over to fiteds and wool
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post #36 of 74
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Originally Posted by TeriBeary
yes, my first post was in this thread but to tell you the truth, I don't know if I'll be back. I do not feel welcome here with the comment about my first post being in this thread. As Piratemomma said, she mentioned this thread on another board. Since I use these diapers, I thought I would post my two cents, and now feel like I'm being "outted" for choosing this as my first place to post.

Who cares how many of us first posted in this particular thread? Does it really matter?
I am sorry, I guess the overuse of ellipses and putting in the tittle of each message is just a coinsidence then too. Since y'all know each other from another board, I guess y'all have the same writing style.
post #37 of 74
Whooaaaa! I sense a tad bit of mean-ness going on. Whew! i dont blame TeriBeary for getting upset! Eek!

I think the wings looks like El Bee. Thats all. im not digging the prints either. If someone from here tries em, lemme know!
post #38 of 74
Her cost analysis is way out of whack for real-world sposie use. Not for her newborn size, but when you get into bigger sizes they don't go up to $.38 apiece, unless you are using the most expensive brands, which most people I know don't. Also, sadly, most sposie babies do not get changed 10 times a day after the newborn bf poop stage. My friend was saying that between her two boys she uses 12 diapers a day, at $.13 apiece, so cloth wouldn't save her much. Of course, she does not have the same concern about the environment that I do. Other CD friends of mine said $2000 was high for a stash to get you through the diapering years, and I agree with that, unless you are a hyena.

Of course, I realize that analysis is for *her* diapers, which is fine. I just question the price of the sposies she's using for comparison. When a bunch of my sposie friends see that and call "foul", it makes them less inclined to switch.

Don't worry, still scored one convert and one potential this week!
post #39 of 74
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Originally Posted by Izzybee
Since y'all know each other from another board, I guess y'all have the same writing style.

:LOL y'all :


Izzy
post #40 of 74
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Originally Posted by averymybaby
:LOL y'all :


Izzy
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