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#1 of 7 Old 02-02-2008, 05:42 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Dd is quickly outgrowing her nb clothes, so I'm trying to decide what to get for the next size up. Right now she mostly has onesies that we end up not buttoning up since they are a bit tight with her cds, so I'm wondering if we should just go with tees. But, I've heard (from non-cders) that tees are a pain because they tend to ride up.

Do you find it easier to dress your LO in t-shirts or onesies with cds?
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We have both. I am only fussy about putting him in a tee if he's wearing wool.

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We do tees and one piece suits.
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I have both. For home, I like Ts as it is just easier to change dipes but for out and about I like long sleeve onesies. It is winter, after all! Ts creep up too much, exposing little backs and tummies to cold air.
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I prefer tees to onesies for the most part. As someone mentioned, it just makes diaper changes much easier once they start getting wiggly. I live in a warm climate, so its not a big deal if a little belly is showing from the shirt riding up. Its also much easier to check if a diaper needs to be changed if the baby is in a tee.
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I use both but prefer a tee with a wool cover.
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i strongly prefer tees. not only do they make diaper changes easier, but there's less likelihood of a t-shirt getting soiled than a onesie, since most leaks and blow-outs my little ones ever experienced tended to be at the leg rather than up the back.
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