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#1 of 8 Old 05-16-2008, 01:12 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Wondering if there's a good AIO out there for the 30lb+ set. I am wanting absorbent, trim if possible, and not super pricey. Just a couple for outings are needed. We've been using bumkins but they're getting worn out and not as absorbent.

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I'm not sure if they still make them but we liked Prorap all in ones for my older son when he was 30 pounds and starting PLing.
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We are brand new to CDing, but so far I really like my sposo easy AIO. You can get them here: Green Mountain Diapers Sposo Easy
It is all cotton except for the outer layer, and quite trim. They come in size L for 28-50 lbs. I have the size M for my 25 pound 20 month old...it has tons of width to it but the rise is going to be too short soon.

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oh thanks for that suggestion. I order from her a lot but never tried those. I'm glad to hear they work well! Maybe I'll try a couple.
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I've been liking the Dream-Eze AIO. They are made in China though I know, I know...

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oh i love the dream eze fitted.
I just ordered some sposo aios. i'm too excited. Plain white diapers are cute to me when they're cloth, what can I say. 5 for 83 from bluepenguin and free shipping, woot. :
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If you like their fitteds you will love the AIO, they are exactly the same but with PUL on the outside!

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Thanks for the sposo easy recommendation. I am LOVING these diapers! Wish I had bought them sooner. I tend to only try ones that are super popular : so I passed this up on gmd a while back. I love them though!!! THey are so absorbent too. I got two free inserts with my order and a dipe plus insert holds us all night long. The larges fit my toddler and my big fat baby who doesn't sit still for prefolds anymore. I feel like starting a thread just to rave about them.
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