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Old 03-22-2013, 04:40 PM   #171
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i do the origami fold and it fits nicely under econobums!
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How do you guys fold them to where the wings fit under an econobum? Mine are always riding a little low for those covers. I try pushing up but it doesn't usually stay.

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I kite fold every time and I have no issues with the wings. I make sure they are tucked nicely in the snappi
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I'm really liking my receiving blankets. One thing I wondered about though is how they will hold up over time since flannel gets pilly and rougher.
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I'm really liking my receiving blankets. One thing I wondered about though is how they will hold up over time since flannel gets pilly and rougher.
This is why I don't like rb flats. Feels way too rough for my baby's bottom after a lot of use. I never figured out how to avoid that.
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very true, do you have any jersy ones? they are not quite as trim but super soft!
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Old 03-23-2013, 07:13 AM   #177
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Ecover is awesome for keeping diapers soft and its cloth diapering safe.
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very true, do you have any jersy ones? they are not quite as trim but super soft!
I've been wondering about this. Where do you get jersey ones that you like?
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I think I got rid of the jersey ones that I had. I thought they're be too thick.
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