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#1 of 4 Old 12-21-2012, 07:06 AM - Thread Starter
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I'm thinking of using the rental service on Kissed by the Moon for when the babies are born. It's not a diaper service. It seems you put down a deposit and also pay a thirty dollar a month rental fee. When the diapers are returned you get them back. 

It seems like a good compromise just for the newborn stage. I would certainly pay more per month for disposables.

Any ideas, advice or thoughts on this? Has anyone here done one of these programs? 

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#2 of 4 Old 12-21-2012, 07:51 AM
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Back when DS was born, I rented the Size 0 Kissaluvs from Sunshine Diapers (are they still around?).  It worked out really well, I think we had them for about two months and then I got a credit for purchase at their store when I returned them.  They came in really good condition and it all worked wonderfully.

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I personally rather just buy diapers and then resale them. I'm also kinda lazy, and know I would forget to mail them off when I'm done lol

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It is a great way to get nice newborn fitteds or AIOs with out the investment since they are used for such a little time for most babies.

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