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#1 of 7 Old 07-26-2003, 03:18 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Little Lounging Lizards makes hemp diapers that can be snappied. There is a strip of french hemp terry attached to the back of the prefold. These are excellent diapers for babies that are heavy wetters. I love to use the Nighty Newts at night. I've never had a leak. The froggy fleecers are also great for day and car rides.

Customer service is excellent.
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Nighty Newts are super absorbent, a must have for a heavy wetter at night! They are bulky, but no more so than other nighttime diaper combos we tried, and they actually work to keep ds dry without a doubler. Stacy is also wonderful to work with.
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I have the med./lg Nighty Newt. Excellent for nights, but I wish it was a little wider (hard for me to get the wings around to snappi) and that it came in a shorter "true" medium. Maybe it does now, I don't know. It would also be great if it had a loopy place to attach the third leg of the snappi.
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I got a Nighty Newt and it was the most absorbant dipe that I have ever owned. Stacey was quick to ship, too.
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I LOVE my nighty newts. They are not the only thing we use at night, and it's nice not having to layer doublers and fleese toppers inside a diaper burito! I use an aristocrat over the top, and while we do have a big diaper butt...it's no worse than any other nighttime combo.

I also bought a couple of blankets from her. They were hemp/fleece and so soft! I have washed them several times and they still look like new. My kids use them for naps, when they sleep on top of their made-up beds. We also use them in the car on long car trips....they are SO snuggly! I'd like one for myself!

Stacey's customer service and communication was great! I had a few special requests with my order, and she accomodated them perfectly. I am looking forward to ordering more from her, and am going to buy her blankets to give as shower gifts for friends having babies. You can't find a better blanket anywhere!

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I can't say enough positive things about Nighty Newts. They are the ONLY thing I can use overnight with my super-wetting toddler. As an added bonus, the unique way the layers are sewn means they dry quickly too! Stacey is also a dream to work with - incredible customer service from this Mama!
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You can see a pic of my Nighty Newt on the website...it's the one with orange serging and a microfleece layer. I love it...dd, who is a very heavy wetter, barely wets through all the layers. And you absolutely can't beat the price. 'em!

Perdita, wife to J, mom to Bridget (6), Ivy (4) Trace (2) and Fiona, my 3rd vbac baby, born 12/2/09!
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