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I want to buy a diaper for my sister to try on her newborn. I am thinking PRETTY(girl) and EASY(she likes using sposies). Where can I get a cute diaper or diaper and dress set to use on her baby?<br><br>
She weighed 6lbs10 at birth, she was VERY skinny(20.5" long). She is a week old and I havent seen her since the hospital.<br><br>
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I know that Little Lambs has diapers & dress sets but I don't think they make them that small.<br>
Maybe a cute little embroidered HH or FB from <a href="http://www.fussybutt.com" target="_blank">www.fussybutt.com</a>, you can get a matching t-shirt too.
 

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I third the Fussybutt suggestion. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
 

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I guess I should give an idea of more what I think she would like.<br><br>
Probably a TRUE trim fast crying AIO, or an AIO with an easy snap in soaker.<br>
APLIX/VELCRO to simulate the disposable feel<br><br>
Something that seems like a disposable, but is cloth!
 

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Happy Heinys are aplix and all she would really need to do is stuff the pocket dipe. That's how I started and it was so easy.<br><br>
I know that Angelwraps has done dress/diaper sets and they are really easy to use. I don't know if she has any right now but I know she has some dipes in stock
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">Happy Heinys are aplix and all she would really need to do is stuff the pocket dipe. That's how I started and it was so easy.<br><br>
I know that Angelwraps has done dress/diaper sets and they are really easy to use. I don't know if she has any right now but I know she has some dipes in stock</div>
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Yes I started with HHs but I dont think that would be a good *first* diaper.<br><br>
I really want to get her something that she doesnt have to do ANYTHING to but put it on.
 

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Then I would say definitely Angelwraps or Very Baby AIO. I'm pretty sure that Very Baby is opening this weekend for orders and I hear that her AIO's are super trim and very easy to use and they to close with aplix
 

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If you are good at sewing you can get the Very Baby AIO pattern at OSDS! I've made a few and it's very easy! I'm hoping to get lisenced soon. There are also a few more mommas about to get licensed really soon! So it will be easier to get in the future!
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">If you are good at sewing you can get the Very Baby AIO pattern at OSDS! I've made a few and it's very easy! I'm hoping to get lisenced soon. There are also a few more mommas about to get licensed really soon! So it will be easier to get in the future!</div>
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if I could sew I would have never asked, LOL, boy i wish I could sew, but I cant even make a receiving blanket, LOL
 

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I think I found one TXBB that I like and this she would do good with, it is a small AIO(NOT the AI2 but the AIO). And the fabric it is done in would make a pretty dress, I wonder if they make dresses? LOL
 
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