When the twins were small, I liked the kite fold. It's a little more difficult if your flat (or receiving blanket as I've been using) isn't perfectly square. Now that we're incorporating flats again, I discovered another downside. It's hard to get snug enough that an active toddling baby doesn't lose it somewhere around the house. LOL Bare butts are so cute. But puddles are a little less cute.
So today we're rocking the twist. I have a lot of doublers, so we'll use the twist to keep a doubler or two in place. No need for a square flat for this one. Even better, I think this one might be simple enough for Daddy to work.
We'll see if we have any dropping diapers today!
Anyone else have a favorite fold?
Mom to eight!! Our twin girls arrived 3-3-2011.
"Bare butts are so cute. But puddles are a little less cute." HAHA seriously!
I like the kite fold with for older babies and the oragami fold for younger ones. I really like pins for the little ones. I think they contain the poo better.
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