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Who Wants This FREE terry cloth diaper?
MontanaMama2009 posted:
I made this tonight with my 10yod. Lilac colored with a sewn-in insert. Velcro closure. Waist: size 16 inches to 18 inches. Too small for Nettie. Boo Hoo.

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mommyof12b2 responded:
Do u still have the diaper?
MontanaMama2009 replied to mommyof12b2's response:
I do. However, I need to measure the leg openings for you, as well.

Seems to me that this diaper would do really well on a 6 month old child, or thereabouts.

Or maybe Nettie is just a giant, I dunno.

but I will measure the leg openings and let you know what it comes out to be and if that will work for you...
MontanaMama2009 replied to mommyof12b2's response:
Oh, crud! I took a nap on my lunch break and didn't measure the leg opening!

Sorry! I will do it tonight.
MontanaMama2009 replied to mommyof12b2's response:
Okay, so I asked my nanny/sitter what she thought of the homemade diaper (since she's a seamstress, as well.)

Here's what she said:
* The leg holes are small, so it would probably fit up to 6 months or around there
* the elastic is sewn in such a way that it might cause irritation to baby's legs
* it would make a great nighttime absorbent diaper

again, it IS available, so if you'd like it, I'll send it out.

Just keep in mind that my 10yod helped me sew it! :)
MontanaMama2009 replied to mommyof12b2's response:

Still interested?
Me, DH of 16 years, DD1 (15yo), DD2 (10yo), DD3 (nearly 2), a labrador, a tabby cat, a lop-eared bunny, and goldfish! Life is grand!
mommyof12b2 replied to MontanaMama2009's response:
Maybe DD is too big. Post on baby boards, maybe someone with a smaller baby. It is so cute I wouod hate to get it and it not fit her.
MontanaMama2009 replied to mommyof12b2's response:
Sure thing!
Me, DH of 16 years, DD1 (15yo), DD2 (10yo), DD3 (nearly 2), a labrador, a tabby cat, a lop-eared bunny, and goldfish! Life is grand!

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