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Old 04-10-2013, 07:43 AM   #1
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best flat fold for a heavy wetting toddler?

Ds is almost 34 pounds, 21 months old and a heavy heavy wetter. We use prefolds and flats with wool (for naps and bed), MEAF and Flips. I usually padfold our flats into a flip cover but would like to find a good flat fold so he can go coverless some in a flat. Any suggestions?

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Re: best flat fold for a heavy wetting toddler?

My dd is about 22-24 lbs (16 months) and I use the Kite Fold. I also put a pad folded flat inside.
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Re: best flat fold for a heavy wetting toddler?

My guy is 22 months, 26lbs and I use the kite fold. If he goes coverless, I lay in a Thirsties Duo Stay-Dry insert.
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Re: best flat fold for a heavy wetting toddler?

Thanks ladies. Kite fold? Have to google...
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Re: best flat fold for a heavy wetting toddler?

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Re: best flat fold for a heavy wetting toddler?

The neat fold is good, too. You might just need to add a doubler, regardless of what fold you use.
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I like the diaperbag fold with a doubler. :-)
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Re: best flat fold for a heavy wetting toddler?

Thanks ladies!! I've tried the diaperbag fold without a doubler. I think the next time I use it he's getting a small prefold trifolded as a doubler.

@nattiecake-- neat fold? never heard of that one! I'll look it up as well.
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