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Old 10-12-2009, 12:22 AM - Thread Starter
 
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We are at the next step of diapering.
My toddler needs extra protection for going out, and then something for night. They need to appear like underwear. We have one pull up pair from my older child - it is a pocket pull up and I like it a lot. I'm just looking for other options.

I was just reading an add for antsy pants and it looked like a good option. I really like the side stuffing aspect. But at $24 each - ouch. Is that normal?

any opinions? other suggestions?

I haven't had to think about purchasing diapers for many years, so I'm not aware of all of the options.

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Old 10-12-2009, 11:10 AM
 
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Starbunz superundies are very nice and trim like underwear.
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Old 10-12-2009, 11:06 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Thanks for the suggestion. : )

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Have you looked at Happy Heiny's trainers? Not trim, but they are stuffable and they do have a no-snap option just like underwear. They are great for night times.

Good luck in your hunt

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I tried the Happy Heiny's and Snap Ez trainers for DS1. HATED the HH's. They were laughable. Like parachute pants! The Snap EZ were awesome! They were trim with a slim lining and velour inner and side snaps. Not stuffable but good for daytime outings. I think he only wore them twice before he was fully trained though, so not ever peed in. I imagine they would hold maybe one small accident.

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