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I'm about to make some RRP diapers. Can those who have made these before tell me how they work on a newborn baby. My babes are usually in the 7-8 lb range.<br><br>
Thanks so much.<br><br>
In Christ, Bridget<br><br>
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Oooh, I've been wondering this, too.<br>
Ah, to have one set of dipes last the entire time...
 

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I just replied in your other thread about how I making them for my DS. He is 13 months, and the size in the pattern fits him perfectly (he's 32" and 26#). I could see folding the back down to fit a newborn, thought I think it would be slightly big at first.<br><br>
However, being the scatterbrain that I am, left out the middle page of the pattern for my first few prototypes. They were really small -- I think just about perfect for a newborn. So, if you were interested in making more than one set of diapers, you could always just cut down the middle of the pattern and you'd have a smaller diaper. I wouldn't cut out the whole page like I did, cause then I think they would only fit for a few weeks.
 
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