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I'm looking for something as easy as disposables - preferably stay dry ones - so that I don't have to change often when I'm out - Chaning like every 2 hours would be great. Fuzzybunz and BG are well recommended, but I worry that they might cause diaper rash because of fleece touching skin. Are there AIOs that are more natural or tend to cause less diaper rash? I
 

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I love my bG 2.0 AIO's. I actually have found that having a stay dry liner <i><b>prevents</b></i> rash for my ds.<br><br>
Have you heard of <a href="http://hyenacart.com/nanasbottoms/" target="_blank">Nana's Bottoms AIO</a>? You could order it with a flannel inner. Bumkins also have cotton inners, but they are not the most absorbant diapers.
 

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We use our BG 2.0 pockets for out and about, especially if we are going to be driving for a while. And I have had the same experience in terms of the inner of the BG keeps my ds really dry and helps prevent any possible rash from being in a wet diaper for too long.
 

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I like swaddlebees aio... very trim and easy to use... and has a pocket along with the normal aio absorbancy so you can add doublers in the pocket if you need extra absorbancy. Ours has cotton velour on the inside that touches the skin... no fleece.
 

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our favorite with stay dry liner was FB up until DS started walking; now happy heinys seem to fit him better.
 

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I pack FB and MagicAlls AIO in the diaperbag when I know we are going to be out and about.<br><br>
Neither are natural or organic though.
 

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I'm a huge fan of SB fitteds with a nice wool cover ----- my son has NEVER had a leak even when out and about for 4 hours w/o a change (I know <i>baaaaad mommy</i>, but sometimes the time gets away from me!). He doesn't get rashes from natural fibers, only synthetics.
 

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I'd like to second that a fleece liner usually prevents a rash for us. While I hate aplix...we usually grab a pre-stuffed, fb with applix when we are out and about with DH. It is just about as convienent as a sposie to put on, and last forever without a leak.
 

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I will never use another cloth diaper that does not have fleece as the next-to-skin layer. His skin stays so dry even when the insert is wet.
 
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