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Infant prefolds. They are cheap and absorb a lot. If you need longer try the next size up. These are the best for the first few days because you will be going through lots of them. Once the bleeding slows down then I switch to my regular pads. I think all of mine were made by momma's out of business now though so no recommendations there.
Young born-again mama and loving wife to DH and SAHP to two crazy girls we and believe !
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