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I just got them and I made a liner following a friends instructions (fleece pocket with auto towel inside, so we'll see if it works. One problem, though...it seems almost too tight on her little tummy. It's a size small, which goes to 13 lbs, and she's barely 11 lbs. But it's loose around the legs. OH yeah, and it makes her butt like 3 times larger than normal. LOL The liner is a bit big (I downsized it a bit but must need to do it a little more).
So do I need a medium? If the small is too big around her legs, I can't imagine the medium even working...but this one just seems a little too snug on her tummy. She's a tiny girl, though.
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The liner may be a bit big... is there any way you can take a pic of her in the diaper? Maybe I could give you some tips on fitting... They don't need to be snug on the legs because its the inner 'cradle" thing that actually contains messes.
I know the first couple times I made liners they were too big and she had that weird "butt" problem. I solved the problem by shortening the liners and making them thinner (flannel intead of microfiber).
It may just take a little practice to get them right.
Thanks, I'll try flanel. Yeah, it's the liner that's a bit too big for her legs, so I'm not sure what to do. The liner I made was too big so I shortened it and cut down the auto towel by 1/3, and it seems to be less bulky, but we'll see. I'll try to get a pic taken shortly! Thank you for your help!
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