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Old 12-21-2017, 12:35 PM   #1
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Hey Mamas!
I used to be super active on this forum yeeeeeaaars ago when my oldest daughters (about to turn 9 and 7) were babies.
Back then I tried so many different diapers, lol, and found what works, my middle was exclusively cloth diapered, but my youngest, who came along 2 1/2 years later, wasn't. When I finally got around to using cloth for her, I used mostly bumGenius 4.0 or 5.0.

I really loved using fitters and wool for my oldest two. Well, now we have 8, 6, and almost 4 year olds and thinking of adding another baby. Back in the day, Goodmama fitted were my favorite, along with pull-on stretchy wool interlock covers (and I can't even remember the brands). What is on the market today in those same styles? I really loved the squishyness of a new Goodmama, and I'd love to stash up a few like that for a future babe.

Thanks, y'all!

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Old 12-21-2017, 01:15 PM   #2
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fancy fitteds have been replaced with less expensive "get the job done" fitteds. Though you might like sustainable babyish - like there multi fitted? No prints though.

for wool maybe Sloomb Underwoolies?
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Old 12-21-2017, 01:57 PM   #3
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Try Wild Coconut Wear for the woolies, they used to be Wild Child Woolies and the covers I have from them (two pairs of longies) are stretchy and thick and awesome.
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Re: Back with diaper questions

I had this same problem when my daughter came along 15 months ago. When we were diapering our son (who is 9), the BumGenius AIOs were our absolute favorites, but they're not available anywhere anymore! So sad! Incidentally, if you need any Goodmamas, I have a few available, but am waiting on getting approved to sell on this forum. Maybe check back with me in a month and I can put them up for you. =)
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