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#1 of 7 Old 04-16-2007, 09:36 AM - Thread Starter
 
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i love my mother-ease sandy's diapers. I have tried prefolds, fuzzibunz, a wahm fitted diaper, and the mother-ease one size. None of them can hold a candle to the mother-ease sandy's in my book. I have never had a problem with leaking (which I had with all the others).
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I agree...I loved mine too when I was using them (I've switched over to exclusively using pockets). I'm going to buy some for my friend for her new baby....they are wonderful for newborns!

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I've used mine for years (multiple children) and they're still in EXCELLENT condition. I plan to use them again with baby no. 4!!

I found the snaps to be much more preferable to the velcro-type diapers (which tore and became linty and less adhesive with time)

I think they are a wonderful value, too.

Mama to Noah Jude, 8/17/01, Emerson Lily, HBAC 8/3/03-8/3/03, Beatrice Ruth, homeborn 2/6/05, and Winter Juno Lucine, 12/22/08.:
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These were my first cloth diapers and I read really great reviews of them so I bought 2 dozen.

I have really heavy wetters and while these dipes are really cute I didn't find them very absorbant even with the doublers. They are also incredibly bulky and my baby looked pretty funny in them.

In the last 3 yrs I have tried tons of different types/brands and I have to say that these are my least favorite.

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I like these at night with a doubler and wool cover. It's big and bulky but she seems comfy in them.
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2 kids (1 boy and 1 girl) later these are still my fav fitteds. I bought a dozen of these and a dozen of the one size as my first diapers 5 years ago and i still love them.
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Hands down my absolute favourite diaper! Very absorbant and very soft!
I have been using mostly the ME one size then decided to buy a bunch of pocket dipes thinking it'd be easier with a newborn and a toddler in diapers but nope.. am selling all of my pocket diapers for more sandy's!

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