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Any pros or cons for either?? They both come in NB size, but I can't tell if the "original" has leg gussets. The original is also a few dollars cheaper, but looks like the same diaper, maybe without gussets.
I'm looking into some newborn diapers because my first child was pretty small at birth (a little over 5lbs), and it took several weeks (two months :x) before I was able to use our cloth diapers without them going down to her ankles...
I also want to get the most bang for my buck. If you've used either of these, how long did you use them? I'm thinking about getting some Thirsties duo wraps in size one just so I can use them longer, but I reeeaaally like the idea of a trim fitting newborn diaper.
I'm not sure about those but I can say I love XS Thirsties covers. They have the leg gussets. My baby was 7lb 14 ozs and she was able to wear them for a couple of months with newborn prefolds. I didn't care as much for the size 1 duos and skipped on to the size 2 duos from there. I can't speak for these covers but many say they are awesome and they look just like duos. Tiny Diaper Cover
For that price I think I would like size 1 duos much much more lol
Looked it up and the Bummis original do not have leg gussets. (A must in my book)