what are cheap newborn cloth diapers but still good quality? My daugther started at 6 months but I would like to start my new baby right away Suggestions?

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Tiffany - posted on 10/08/2012

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Newborns grow so fast and go through lots of changes, I'd say do prefolds and covers too! For a snap cover, thirsties duo size 1 with some green mountain diaper prefolds would probably work awesome for you... you should check out their website, they have tons of fit pictures! http://www.greenmountaindiapers.com/pref...

Mary - posted on 10/07/2012

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Kawaii is a really good pocket diaper, around $6 or $7 a diaper. Alva is pretty decent, too, at $5-something.

Rebecca - posted on 08/25/2012

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We use Sunbaby and love them! They're in-expensive and work great, cute designs too! They use the snap option, they grow with your baby. Ours is 16 months old and still has so much room to grow! 12 diapers with 12 inserts is around 60 dollars. can't really beat that.

Vanessa - posted on 08/03/2012

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you can get babyland one size diapers with snaps that have inserts onebay for like $3 a piece I bought 20 to try on my daughters and it fit my 2 year old fine but she potty trained like a week later and my newborn started them at 2 mths and they are great no leaks unless they are snapped wrong (when daddy does it lol) or if she drinsk too much and isnt changed soon enough which is rare. the diaper goes for her 8-10 hr nighttime sleep with no leaks etc so its great! daytime we change them every 2-3 hrs or when we notice she wet/dirtied it =) these are very cheap but decent quality diapers... Prefolds are terrible I used the bummis ones before these and they give girls Ghetto booty and you cannot wear their normal clothes as their bums are too big.. also they are a pain to fold each time and make diaper changing a total pain.. its also much more expensive for a prefold bummis package its over $100 cant remember exact price but thinking arounf $150 and you get 4 covers and like 14 prefolds that are like thick recieving blankets you need to fold. prefolds are only really good for bedtimes because they are so bulky they are very absorbant.

Kandace - posted on 07/19/2012

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thank you so much for letting me know thats what i was thinking thats what i did with my other daughter i just need to find more covers that snap versus Velcro i preferred those with her. thanks again!

Rita - posted on 07/19/2012

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hello, for myself personally id go with prefolds. Theyre cheaper and when she outgrows then they can be used as doublers. And then just invest in a few covers. Personally i enjoy wool and for me its xheaper cause i crochet. Hope that helped put things into perspective for you.

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