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Has anyone tried gdiapers?

I've tried cloth with bad results and "earth friendly" diapers but they are just crunchy, poorly shaped, and aweful. I want to give gdiapers a shot but I'm skeptical. I'm also worried about sizing. There are only 2 sizes, small and med/large. Technically my son would be a the larger because he weighs 19 lbs, but he's very skinny. That size range just doesn't seem right.
So does anyone have any experience with those? Any success?
Thanks!

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CluelessCarrie

Asked by CluelessCarrie at 7:09 AM on Apr. 3, 2009 in General Parenting

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  • no. what eco friendly have you tried? 7th generation are very soft and comfy. My very active toddler loves them. They fit well (she's oddly shaped/sized to so fitting is hard), move well, and are very nice.

    As for gdiapers, I have never used them but many cloth diaper mommas use the covers and a cloth insert lol. The inserts are pretty pricey.

    What cloth did you try? There are tons of different ways. Coolababies on ebay, as well as baby land, are OS pocket diapers. Lots of mama's have given them good reviews. They are like gdiapers only less costly.
    celticreverie

    Answer by celticreverie at 8:47 AM on Apr. 3, 2009

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