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#1 of 7 Old 07-17-2003, 08:01 PM - Thread Starter
 
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i'm sick of my ever-faithful ME airflows leaving red marks (huge dents really) on shelby - i love them though since they're leakproof! the only other thing i can think of would be a so simple, anyone used those on a babe w huge thighs?
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I love Stacinators. My kiddo has small thighs, however there's 3 snap setting on the waist and legs, so adjustability is great. Phunkymama is another side snap, wool cover with tons of adjustability.
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I think those would be a good option for you. I haven't used them on my child (and he's pretty small anyway, but have seen them IRL and I think they'd fit the bill. Email Stacy at Stacinator for an opinion.

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Hey, tell me what you find out..my son has 15.5" thighs and I'm having a heck of a time!

I am having some FB made just for him and if you're interested you can go to www.lilbunz.com and ask Trisha about maybe getting some made for your little one. She's been working for me w/FB and they're adding several inches to the waist, rise and wings thus making more thigh room

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i'm emailing stacy to see what she thinks. as for the fuzzibunz, we use the larges on my 20lb 8 mos old...the meds won't snap at all on her thighs! i haven't measured her thighs in awhile. i am leaning more towards fitteds/covers since i'm in love with the firefly fit on my chunk - not too sure about wool under clothes still so i'm hoping the so simple will be our answer!
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I just wanted to add that I had the same problem with covers leaving harsh red marks on Cole's skin, and the So Simple works *great*. No marks, no leaks - happy mama.
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i bet the so simple would work...i found them to be very roomy on the thighs (too roomy for us!) and love how there are no red marks.

i use my ME airflows and don't like the red marks...i don't understand how, no matter what setting i use, i get those danged red marks!
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