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    I could not possibly be anymore excited. Twinkie has his very first pair of brand new Classic Monster Booty CrankyPants on the way.



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    OUR CRANKIES ARE HERE!! OUR CRANKIES ARE HERE!!






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    holeee crap those are adorable.
    Mama to 7 curious, wild & wonderful little ones



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    Quote Originally Posted by Watermelon_Gypsy View Post
    holeee crap those are adorable.
    I absolutely LOVE them!! Even T who normally doesn't like the look of any type of knitted wool said they were really cute. Only prob is Twinkie keeps hiking them up and makin them look like high waters. Must get the boy convinced that the nerd look is out of style.
    Last edited by Dewey; 09-18-2008 at 05:12 PM.



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    I managed to get a pic of our current GM stash while Twinkie is napping. Between the one's that I've bought and the ones that my brother and sil have given me because they decided they like pockets and AIOs better I've managed to gather quite a collection of them.




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    Holleee **** woman. You need to give chimmy one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Watermelon_Gypsy View Post
    Holleee **** woman. You need to give chimmy one.
    There are actually a couple of girlish print ones in stock on www.thegoodmama.com now.
    Last edited by Dewey; 09-19-2008 at 08:29 AM.



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    I've been thinking alot about dipes we've not tried yet, and out of the ones we've yet to try the ones hat peek my interest the most are Fuzbabies/fuzbombs, elbees, and fussybutts. Of course all of them are expensive, but they are also very cute and I've heard nothing but rave reviews about all of them, probably the reason they have my interests so peeked.

    I'm just not sure I can bring myself to spend that kind of $$ on diapers when Twinkie is going to be 2 yrs old in a couple of wks and PL'ing I'm sure will be approaching faster than I want it to. Yes as wacked out as it probably sounds to some people the thought ofTwinkie PL'ing makes me sad, for two reasons. 1. It means he's growing up, and 2. it means my days of cloth diapering are over as Twinkie is our very last baby. On a brighter note Twinkie isn't showing any interest in PL'ing yet so it's not like it will be happening in the near future or anything.

    Elbees probably have my interest peeked the most. I hear they are very trim, like sposie trim and I'm all about a good trim fit when it comes to dipes. I may have to break down and buy atleast one of them just to see for myself.



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    Holy cow woman!!

    And I LOVE those longies. They are cute! I'm so not ready to attempt wool yet, but those sure are CUTE!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proud_Mommy View Post
    Holy cow woman!!

    And I LOVE those longies. They are cute! I'm so not ready to attempt wool yet, but those sure are CUTE!!
    Wool is sooo super easy. You don't wash it after each time they wear it unless there are stains or you have a poo blow out (which we've never had happen). Our wool normally only gets washed and lanolized every 4-6 wks.



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