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Old 12-12-2012, 04:39 PM   #11
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With ODD, we had 12 and it wasn't enough. We saved them and with YDD, we haven't used even one.

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We have about 12 but we use flannel receiving blankets instead of burp cloths. A few times I wished I had a couple more
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Re: How many burp cloths do you have/use/wish you had?

We had a cabinet full with dd and it was never enough, she had reflux pretty bad. With ds we only had 6-7 and that was always plenty.
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My first 2 were huge spitters, I used about 3 dozen with them. I could have gotten by with 5 with my 3 rd
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Old 12-12-2012, 05:23 PM   #15
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Well, I think I will start with 12 then. If the babe is a spitter, I will have my DD sew me some more (after all....I know where she lives ).

fyi....She is taking some old prefolds (that I used as burp cloths for my last child) and serging cute flannel accross the full front of it then stitching (with a sewing machine) lines up the part of the prefold where the tri-fold action happens.

They are VERY cute, but seemingly still as awesome as simply using a prefold (which is what I have done with my 3 previous kids - even before we cd'd). Prefolds were always my fave burp cloth, but the ones I had been using were getting pretty lame looking. Now they're cutey patooty.
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