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05-06-2004 10:36 AM
Jannie That is so cool. Expensive upfront but cool. for Becca!
05-06-2004 08:30 AM
BeccaSueBoo I may just buy a starter pack at first, it's about $114, then add to it later.
05-06-2004 01:42 AM
lvissers A lot of up front cost, but a lot of saving in the long run.
05-06-2004 01:36 AM
NicoleB true, you'll be saving so much money in the long run.
05-03-2004 06:03 PM
AutumnGirl Becca....I have a TON of cloth diapers that I made for Sydney and really liked. I never used them with Livia, only because I was really stressed for the first few months, nursing wasn't going that great and I didn't feel like adding anything else to my "to do" list.

I have been thinking about selling them if you are interested. They come in a variety of sizes, mostly for 3mos. and up, depending on the size of the baby. My girl's were both 6 pounders, so the diapers were too small at first. I think I started using them when Sydney was 2mos.??

Anyway, PM me if you're interested!
05-03-2004 05:02 PM
dinapooh2 Oh, yeah... For good disposable ones around here, you pay $10 for a small pack, or $20 for a larger pack in Walmart. $30 if you get them in a big box at Sam's. And they go through them so fast. In the long run, you'd be saving a TON!
05-03-2004 12:23 PM
pharmgirl27 I agree with Dina. It's a lot to shell out at first, but you'll be saving so much more money. Not to mention that it's environmentally friendly.
05-01-2004 07:40 PM
05-01-2004 03:53 PM
Dina $185 ... but in the long run you will be saving so much
05-01-2004 03:49 PM
BeccaSueBoo I never used cloth with Rach, but I did for a while with Issac...I really like them!
05-01-2004 03:39 PM
AndreaB did you do cloth the first time?
05-01-2004 02:25 PM
BeccaSueBoo Oh and that's just for 13 to start out...I'm sure I'll need more later on!
05-01-2004 02:25 PM
BeccaSueBoo And to get the cloth diapers I want for the baby, this includes liners, doublers, and diaper covers, I need about $185! Better start saving now!

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