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#1 of 4 Old 05-25-2003, 12:26 AM - Thread Starter
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I liked the newborn zippidys with the snap short rise for adjusting on a newborn. They worked great for keeping in the newborn breastmilk messes and they were very trim.

For the same reasons, to some extent, they weren't my favorite for older babies...bean was a heavy wetter and I preferred thicker fabrics like hemp fleece rather then flannel, but for newborn sizes I think they're just peachy!
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I tried a zippidy's on my DS when he was 4 months old and didn't care for them much. They weren't absorbant enough. I agree that they might work better for newborns

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I have a half dozen Zippidys that I bought on eBay. When I got them I did not think I would like them but after almost 2 months of use I really do like them. My girl is tiny but a heavy wetter and they do the job as well as my Kissaluvs and the fit is nice and snug.

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I used a "Crawler". Don't know what it was exactly about this diaper, but it fit terrible on my skinny, older baby.
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