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I am so frustrated. I started DD in size small Fuzzi Bunz when she was 4 months old. They have been awesome, but now she's 8 months old and they're way too tight, leaving horrible marks on her legs. The problem is that the size mediums are still too big. She's having leaks and blow outs which I never experienced with size small. Has anyone else had this problem? I don't know what to do while we're waiting for her to grow into the mediums. Any suggestions?
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Hmmmm...that's weird. We never used all the snap settings on the small before moving to the medium. Have you tried using the medium on the smallest snap settings? Is it an issue with the length of the rise?

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Try crossing over the top snaps.
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You can try to use smalls and not to snap bottom snap. I use mediums like thatm works very well, since large is very big, but we do not have blowouts.
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Hmmmm...that's weird. We never used all the snap settings on the small before moving to the medium. Have you tried using the medium on the smallest snap settings? Is it an issue with the length of the rise?
The mediums are too big in the waist and too big for her skinny little thighs, even on the smallest setting.
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Shove more inserts or doublers in the pocket. It adds bulk but can make it fit snugger and you get extra absorbency . . . might be worth a shot!
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