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January 27th, 2011, 07:59 AM
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Let me start off saying that my almost 1 yr old daughter is VERY tiny (only 15lbs, 13 oz)! I LOVE the dream-eze all-in-ones! I had 2 smalls and 1 medium and they are AWESOME!!!! I got a couple of the one sized grovia all-in-ones and I'm have some trouble with the snaps for the different sizes. When on the smallest setting (which is what my daughter needs), one side keeps coming un-snapped (happens on both diapers, so I'm pretty sure it would happen on all of them). Is anyone else having this problem? It just seems like the snaps are not that great/sturdy. I really don't have any other one sized all-in-ones or covers (i have some 1 sized fitteds that seem to be great), so I don't know if this is something everyone deals with or if its just the grovias. I'm pretty bummed about it b/c you can't buy the sized dreameze/grovias anymore, but the "new" one-size isn't as good. I love the absorbency of these diapers- they're my nighttime diaper, but I'm annoyed with the sizing-snaps. Am I missing something here?
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January 27th, 2011, 03:42 PM
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lol My DS is also small at 14lbs at almost 9mos I only have 1 GroVia AIO and have noticed that the snaps are not as "sturdy" or strong. I haven't had an issue with them coming undone though and he wears them on the middle setting for rise.
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January 28th, 2011, 07:06 AM
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lol My DS is also small at 14lbs at almost 9mos I only have 1 GroVia AIO and have noticed that the snaps are not as "sturdy" or strong. I haven't had an issue with them coming undone though and he wears them on the middle setting for rise.
I'm glad someone else thinks the snaps aren't great- I was beginning to think it was just me! hopefully as she gets bigger, it won't need to be snapped at the smallest setting and it won't "unsnap" on me! .... and YAY for tiny babies!
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January 28th, 2011, 07:39 AM
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DS wears his on the middle set of snaps, and I've never had that problem with the GroVias (and I, too, love them, and my son is a giant). I have had it lots of times with my Haute Pockets, though, so I do know what you mean. It's so frustrating!

I'm just hoping that when you move up to the next set of snaps it won't happen anymore!
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