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    Quote Originally Posted by AshnBill View Post
    I never had any issues w/onesies and cloth diapers either.

    me either.

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    if the onesies are too tight in the crotch, i have had pressure wicking. i just make sure to use the next size up if they are getting too tight or use shirts instead
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    I've never had any trouble. If you were worried about it being too tight though and the compression, I'd recomend those snap lengtheners that you can buy.
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    I've never had trouble with onesies or with pants not fitting!!! My girl is skinny though.
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    Thanks everyone for all your input, sounds like it can vary widely so I may just have to play it by ear initially.

    Quote Originally Posted by mommys View Post
    If you were worried about it being too tight though and the compression, I'd recomend those snap lengtheners that you can buy.
    I didn't know these extenders even existed. I see that they are available for purchase online but has anyone seen them sold at regular stores as well, like Target, etc?
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    The only time we didn't use onesies with cloth diapers is if we were using wool covers or fleece covers. No issues with FB though.

    I haven't seen the extenders at Target though my sister bought me some that had a price tag from WalMart on them. I'd probably just order them online myself.
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    I've never seen them in stores, just online, but I don't really look for them either.
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    I'm a little late to the game... But just wanted to say that I only have problems if his onesies are getting too small/tight. So if I have issues I just get him some bigger sizes. I like for him to wear an undershirt most of the time, and as long as its big enough, I rarely have an issue. I would wait and see how your LO does. My DS is a super heavy wetter but not all babies are.
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    no problems other than yes, he sizes up faster. i have one FB and he doesn't leak out of it either.
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