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#1 of 10 Old 12-15-2006, 05:58 PM - Thread Starter
 
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somedays i just wanna smack myself... why did i think of this:
my kids finally got a useful outfit (the triplets) instead of snaps in the crotch there is VELCRO... what a concept... makes diaper changes simple and quick...
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but noisy mind you.
Harder to change a sleeping babe.

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mine can sleep thru anything.... i vaccum under the crib all the time
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That does make sense! My kids are scared of velcro sounds, though.
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That does seem like it would be much easier/quicker. The thing I don't like about velcro, though, is how it collects all that gunk (lint, thread, etc.) in it. I feel compelled to clean it out all the time.

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That would be good for my DH-- he never could get DD's snaps all lined up correctly, and her little sleepers would be on all cockeyed and crooked.

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That would be great as long as it didn't wake or scare them. My older ds was scared to death of velcro sounds and I had to get all new diaper covers because mine were all velcro and he would scream at every diaper change! My twins don't mind it though
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I had only one outfit with velcro, the only problem was that when he would stretch over, the velcro would come loose, of course that was when the outfit would just fit him, it didn't do it when it was a bit big on him.
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I don't remember who makes them, but I remember another trip mom recommending outfits w/zipper crotches. Seems like that would eliminate the noise!

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Imentioned that to someone once and they pointed out the thing that I hate about velcro dipes. Diaper chains! I go for pull-down stretchy pants or longies and tees or skirts and dresses.

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