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For a cuddlebuns - for a smaller baby, remove the snap in doubler (assuming you have one) that is snapped to the row of snaps that faces the inside of the diaper. If you need the absorbency of this doubler, you can just lay it indie the diaper.. they are made short enough to use even in the lower rise.. you just can't snap it in that way. Then, fold the front of the diaper FORWARD to expose the "socket" part of the top row of snaps and you are ready to snap whereever it fits most comfortably.

for a sugarpeas - there are two sets of snaps in the behind of the diaper if I'm not mistaken. For a baby that uses the higher rise, you'll want to snap the soaker in the lower snaps. For a baby that uses the lower rise, you'll want to snap it on the hgher snaps in the back. This makes it so the soaker doesn't stick out the top on the low rise and so the soaker actually comes up between the legs on the higher rise since they fit such a wide range of baby. On the front of the diaper, if you want to use the lower set of snaps, you simply fold the upper row in. If you are using the upper row, no adjustment necessary.

I'm certain that was clear as mud and I wish I had pictures to show you... maybe someone else will. just remember.. SP fold in and CB folds out for smaller babies.
 
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