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That's a great idea, to keep the aio and pockets for "in between"...like I said, I definitely prefer prefolds and a cover over anything else, so this makes sense for us.
I'm also curious about the sizing...do you think I would be better off getting maybe a dozen or so newborn prefolds, and then bulking up (a couple dozen) on small prefolds? the rise is what i'm worried about with the newborn sized pfs since DS was so long and skinny (both my kids were pushing 2 feet long at birth).
I just made a bunch of flats (I got diapering material from the fabric store and sewed up the edges). To get prefolds here where I live seem to be so much more $$ than in the US so I went with the cheaper route. My mom showed me the NB fold and showed me how to put a doubler in (into one of the folds). I figure they'll be good as back up diapers even for larger sizes (I have used fitteds and baby kanga pockets for larger sizes). I also have 3 wool covers in the NB size. My friend said that should be enough. I think a friend of DH's is going to give us some more NB fitted cloth diapers (bought from a diaper service) and covers but I have yet to see them. I am hoping the flats work well!!!
Happily married with two tots ( J 10/18/08) & ( T 5/03/10)
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