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Thread: Best flats fold for boy...11 months old??

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    Default Best flats fold for boy...11 months old??

    I suppose the title says it all, lol.
    I have googled and found a few different folds....what is your favourite??

    I have tried the butterfly/orgami...seems to be a bit small.
    The traditional kite fold doesnt seem to be very absorbent.



    Some of the folds out there, wow, I think you'd have to be an origami expert to do them, LOL

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    I do the pad fold still with DS.

    DId you google the nappy lady uk? She has folds on her website - thats where I got the pad fold from. NIce and absorbent with extra material in the guts of it.

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    Will try that one tomorrow and see how we go...thanks.

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    I tried to look at the nappy lady but all the links were broken and not comming up (all errors) I do the kite for day time if i need more padding i either double up so 2 flats thick and fold in a kite this can be very bulky but ok for night cos DD is zonked out and hardly moves or i just cut one and overlocked it to make boosters... LOL. Waiting on my Maz Night nappy and if i could make up my mind on pappies i would have more... taking the plunge soon and just doing it thanks fo Krudd money

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    You can also add a booster to a flat if you looking to add absorbency.

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    If you can check the links on the nappy lady site, I use the Gaynor fold if I can be bothered. It's a bit tricky, but easy to put on without half the nappy hanging down DS's legs. Or the pad fold. No pins or snappis needed.

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    I think I do the same one Arimeh is talking about.
    Padding right down the middle in a triangle. Just fits on Jesse still.

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