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#1 of 12 Old 03-02-2010, 12:57 PM - Thread Starter
 
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hi everyone - with my oldest i didnt do cloth - with my dd i was in love with pocket diapers.....with ds #2 i am loving all-in-ones....but so far we have only used ones with velcro closures - now that he is mobile the velcro keeps popping open and i am thinking about getting some new ones with snap closures - any recommendations??? tia!

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Imse Vimse with snaps or BG Organics.
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Bumgenius organics with snaps are quick dry, as are motherease with snaps.

I use Little caboose aios by fluffymail, also quick dry.

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I LOVE BG organics one-size AIOs with snaps. My favorite diaper. Too expensive for my whole stash, so I have a handful of them and the rest FuzziBunz OS. The FB do dry faster and solids bowel movements roll off easier. But the BG are quick and easy and I've never had a leak with either brand.
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Mother-Ease AIOs... side snaps, can be pulled on and off like training pants, and the large size fit for a long time; my daughter started wearing them at 6 months and is still wearing them a year later - my son wore them until about 2 1/2 years old.
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I have a couple of the bottombumpers. They are great and fit really well. Mine were seconds but you would never know.

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I prefer natural materials next to the baby's skin so I have:
Swaddlebees
Bottombumpers
Dream Eze
Zephyr
(I think the BG is cotton on the insde too but I don't have any of those, mine are all on their second round since this is my second kiddo)

Out of those I'd say the top fit and ease are the Swaddlebees.

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Thanks Mamas!! gonna have to check some of those out!

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I really like the Mother-ease aio's.

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We love our BumGenius AIO with snaps. In fact I just had all the velcro ones convereted to snaps, much cheaper then buy new ones.

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I like Blueberry Diapers AIO's. I love all their dipes
www.blueberrydiapers.com

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BG Organics w/snaps are awesome! I use the organic Flip too and just love their fabric. I also use plenty of prefolds and covers. DH loves the BGs though. They are his #1 choice.

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