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    7th Generation Training Pants
    gemini5324 posted:
    They are so wonderful! I just bought a 4 pack on because I was really unhappy with the quality of the Target brand. The 7th Generation ones are chlorine free, and are incredibly absorbent. Also, DD was able to take off her pull ups & the Target brand training pants herself. These are thick, almost like cloth and are very sturdy.

    I know they aren't as good as cloth diapering, but I was really impressed with the quality of these. I just thought I would pass on the info. They make chlorine free diapers as well & I wish I had discovered them sooner.
    Megan, Kevin, Gabe & Lindy! TTC 3!
    leftcoastgirl responded:
    Hmmm - I'll have to give these a try when DD switches to training pants. I tried the diapers when she was a newborn and didn't like them as much as Pampers. Will have to give them a second chance!

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