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Has anyone used Angel Wraps on a newborn? I've read through the reviews page and everyone seems to rave about these dipes. They are very cute and look like they would fit a nb quite well. I was specifically wondering how they would stand up to the infamous b/f poo.<br><br>
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Baby isn't here yet, but I HAD to get a couple of these to try. I just got them in the mail yesterday. They don't have gussets, so I don't know how well they will hold poo in, that's why I bought fitteds instead of an AIO...so I could use a good cover for "insurance"...except it defeats the purpose of having the cute dipes. They are soooo cute, and very well made. I am interested in reading what others have to say. I will let you know in about a month and a half! LOL!
 

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I didn't use mine on my ds from the git go, but started at about 6 weeks (he was in a medium by then)... I think they did a great job of holding in poop as long as the legs fit snugly. If you have a skinny thighed baby, they might not work as well. I love them and have five of them in my stash with extra soakers. Now that he's not pooping every ten minutes, I can reuse the cover with a new soaker (or a cpf or fitted).<br><br>
HTH <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile"><br><br>
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I didn't use mine on a NB either, but I will should I have another child. The elastic around the legs is quite stretchy, and you can get a good snug fit with the velcro. I would personally use the quick-dry AIOs, as those would be trimmer on a small baby than a fitted and cover. I would also order an extra soaker for each diaper.<br><br>
You won't be disappointed -- they are SOOO well made, easy to use, they don't leak, and they're adorable.
 
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