I don't use doublers with my prefolds... but then again, she only wears her prefolds during the day when we are at home. If I go out, she's in an AIO or a pocket dipe and at night she's in a fitted with as many doublers as I can squeeze into it <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
I do. I have probably some of the crappiest prefolds ever though. Some of them belong to my MIL and she used them for my husband and his two sisters. And, then I have about 14 newer crappy ones. (Diaper Fairy brought me 3 DSQ ones though & they're MUCH nicer) Cicely needs a change after every pee in the crappy PFs (I think that's the actual term), but if I know she's going to take a nap, I'll pop a velour topped doubler over her PF, then wrap her Whisper Wrap around it. The dryer feeling helps her sleep longer. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile"> The doublers I got off the TP. They were made by the mama that sold them to me. Just for her own use, not for sale or anything.
I use CPF's (toddler size) with ds (he is a 35# 2.5 year old). I bought some doublers from <a href="http://www.rumpwrap.com" target="_blank">www.rumpwrap.com</a>, and I really like them. At night, I was using two prefolds, but for a couple weeks ds would wake at 4 and be fussy/upset/crying, and his poor penis was always smashed and red and he had rashes... I tried many things, but ended up getting nighttime disposables for him, which alleviated the problem (insert hiding under the chair smiley here... first time I've confessed this!).
Nope, no doubler. We use Unbleached Indian prefolds, toddler size and ds is 19 months. We use prefolds around the house, so he's changed often (or when the prefold falls off because I don't get it tight enough!). He's not a huge wetter most of the time, at least compared to his sister.
Not yet. I got some micro-fiber towels from Costco that I need to cut up. Ds can pee through the cpf's pretty quick - he can saturate a good 1/2 the prefold in 5-10 minutes sometimes. I want more than 5-10 minutes sometimes. Oh, ds is 8.5 months old.<br><br>
I only trifold prefolds - the wrong way and because she's a girl that means she's got heaps of absorbency right in the wet zone. I change regularly, but I could quite honestly leave a trifolded regular prefold on her for 7 or 8 hours before it was sopping.
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<div style="font-style:italic;">I trifold in a bummis SWWW at home (just got a dozen premiums & DD is a bit too chunky to snappi!) & sometimes put a layer of a microfiber towel from BJ's that i cut into 3rds.</div>
Are you putting anything OVER the microfiber? They are not the best thing to have right against baby's skin. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/love.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="love">
Yep <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile"> I use the fleece toppedones to kep her feeling dry. I do change her quite often still but find that a doubler works nicely. I have a somewhat heavy wetter and we use a lot of wool so the doublers help.
I use doublers and always have. Caleb is now 7 months old but I used doublers from the start. I use fleece topped hemp doublers. Caleb holds his pee all in and goes an amazing amount all at once. If I didn't use a doubler the pee would just soak the prefold and then come out . . . like drip. So I have to use a doubler to help absorb the flow.
I use a doubler occationaly (joey bunz) on dd, 4 months. But I don't like to. If I know she will be needing extra absorbancy I'll put her in a double stuffed FB <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
I use doublers with my prefolds. Not really because we need the doubler, but because I want the layer of fleece in there. I have some fleece liners, when I run out of those I use the fleece topped doublers instead. What I really need is more fleece liners, then I can save the doublers for when I really need them. But I haven't managed to do that yet. This working full time thing just wears me out--I just wanna go home and cuddle DS, not try to make liners by myself!<br><br>
DD's the exact same age as your youngest. We've been using toddler CPF's that I chopped up and made into fitteds for DD.......I didn't use the leftovers from chopping as an extra soaker layer in the diapers, so I always use a hemp fleece doubler with those. Very trim fit and great absorbancy. If we're using my "unmodified" toddler CPF's, I don't use a doubler b/c they're pretty bulky on their own and change a little more frequently.<br><br>
I love, love, love my hemp fleece doublers.........they don't get as stiff as joey bunz on the line.
I only use cpf's to stuff my Knickernappies with and I will occasionally put a hemp insert in the middle of my trifolded cpf to give it some added absorbancy. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
My ds is 17 1/2 months old and I tri-fold (the wrong way) a preemie cpf inside of an infant cpf and top with a fleece liner (homemade). It seems as though I may be the only one who has used infant sized cpfs for this long. DS is not tiny and certainly not huge, he's probably about 23 lbs. I sometimes use snappied premiums folded down in the front, and they get too bulky with any kind of doubler.