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#1 of 2 Old 03-27-2004, 02:49 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Has anyone tried these diapers for a newborn?
I'm trying to decide between these or kissaluvs.
The same site also has Tiny Tots for super cheap, but I'm guessing because they are super cheap.
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I bought a couple. They are much softer than the kissaluvs, to start with anyway. They also seemed stretchier and fit longer. After many washes both my kissaluvs and the M.Js lost that ultra-softness, however. I don't know if this is because of our water (hard water, but we have a softener) or because I dried them in the dryer. I've been line drying the next-size-up M.J. Sherpa on the line and it's still losing a bit of it's softness now, although not as fast as the others did. The diaper fits and absorbs, well, however.

I liked the small M.J.s for a newborn. After a couple of months, though, you might want to try the Sammy's One-Size. It's the same material, but has a more adjustable snapping system, and should fit longer.

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