My hubby and i are so undecided. He is from another country so growing up he and his family had to use them. I have never even seen one. He wants to use them so I said we can try. However i know nothing about them please help.
1) do you have to make them.
2)can you buy them if so where?
3)are they better to use?
4)are there particular kinds/fabrics that are more comfortable?
5) do you have to change baby everytime they pee cuz if you dont it will leak through.
6) do they often soak through
7) how often do you have to change say a one year old.
Please feel free to add any additional of helpful information. Thanks.
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