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    Jumping into this thread with you - hope you don't mind...

    What fold to people recommend for a newborn. I'm using flanny flats.

    TIA


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    i fold in half & half again then pull top one out to make a triangle, then flip the whole lot over to then fold in top/squaed bit over & over till a pad in middle!

    not sure of the name.... lol

    how are ya hun?

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    Doing pretty good Trace. Damn sore after the C-Section - who the hell would choose to do that voluntarily???? (personal opinion having had two vaginal births - debate not necessary from others)

    Also got an ear infection - I think - cause my ear has been blocked since mid last week and the hossy would only look at my hoo ha, BBs and C Sect wound, not more ears!!!!! Heading to the Drs today to get it checked out and to see if Blake has chicken pox - oh joy, he's got little blistery things on him. Not many but enough for me to want to get him checked out, and yes he was immunised! So yeah, it's crazy life here!

    I gotta say he's just gorgeous - and yes I'm totally biased!!!

    I'll grab out a FF and see if I can work out what you mean. I think I can but my brain in 'night owl baby' mode.

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