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I've only tried the BG! diapers on your list. If money is not a concern, I definitely prefer the AIO to the pocket. It's as easy as a sposie, and fairly trim (my baby is so chunky that it's really hard to get any diaper to look trim on him!). I am selling my pockets, but keeping the AIOs. We only use them at night, though, since ds doesn't need that much absorbency during the day.

I have also heard great things about the bum-wear AIOs, so you may want to check them out.

HTH!

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I have to say, I'm not feeling the bG 2.0 love these days. For me, they've been wicking like crazy out of the stretchy tabs
: so they're my last-resort diaper right now.

For pockets I like the Haute Pockets MUCH better, although they aren't quite as trim as the bGs. That said, normal clothes still fit just fine over them.

I also like the one Fuzzi Bunz I own, it's actually a great diaper. I'd buy more, but I'm stocked up on pockets and shouldn't buy any more...

And I'm actually really liking fitteds + covers. So if money were no object for me I'd buy more Dream-Eze fitteds and lots of fun wool covers!

And I haven't tried the other dipes on your list, sorry!
 

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Originally Posted by Marylizah View Post
I have to say, I'm not feeling the bG 2.0 love these days. For me, they've been wicking like crazy out of the stretchy tabs
: so they're my last-resort diaper right now.

Yeah, this was happening to me for a while, but seems to have stopped. Now I'm just having wicking issues. I really want to love bG, but I just can't.

Tiffany_PartyOf5, I haven't tried the others on your list, but at this point I'm not gung-ho about recommending bG pockets.
 

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I got some bum-wear AIOs in the mail today. They're still pre-washing, so we haven't tried them yet (although I did try one on ds pre-wash), but they are absolutely THE TRIMMEST AIO I've ever seen, hands down. I'm so excited. My ds is a really light wetter, so I'm guessing they'll work great for him (that's not to say that they wouldn't work well for a heavy wetter).

HTH!

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Okay, I think I may try a BG AIO and a Bum-Wear AIO (where do I get the Bum Wear at?) I have some BG 1.0's from when they first came out with my DD that fit pretty trim on my DS but I just cannot stand stuffing pockets any longer.. it drives me bonkers LOL.. Im soooooo ready for some simple AIO's


Thanks ladies.
 

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We just got a few Rumpsters and I really like them. They are quite trim but did very well with my poor baby's accident this week. Also, if you don't put them on too tight, they can function as "pull-ups."
I wouldn't mind having a stash just of Rumpsters AIOs with PUL outer.
 

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Originally Posted by nora--not a llama View Post
My twins pl'd a few months ago, but our favs were actually either VB Hybrid AIOs, Lucy's Hope Chest AIOs or Lullaby Diapers AIOs.
OMG I can't believe I found another fan of Lullaby Diapers AIOs! I post on the Pin board and I seem to be the only person who has even tried them! I love these trim and lower rise AIOs (really AI2s) for my heavy wetter toddler, they fit under regular pants, the sizes accommodate a long range (more than the estimated weight ranges posted on the sizing chart) and they are the first "out the door" dipes of choice for us.

Now I have no clue if LD AIOs hold in nasty poo since we switched to cds when DS was 2 and already pretty much potty trained for #2s only.

I considered trying Bumware AIOS but the flannel and birdseye used in those AIOs would not work for my heavy wetter; I've used other diapers made with those materials and I end up having to add multiple doublers, which defeats the AIO concept.
 
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