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I like Huggies for both kids- Snug-n-dry for my toddler, and Little Snugglers for the LO! They are both kind of long and lean, and they fit well. The snug-n-dry are pretty economical- I usually have a coupon and buy them at BJ's.
I also like Target brand! I liked Pampers with DS1, but I'm scared of the drymax now- he had a lot of diaper sensitivites when he was little and we used hugies pure and naturals for a long time. I also don't like the "mesh" that is in pampers- it sticks to them!
AverysMom1118:We use Huggies Little Snugglers after first trying Pampers Swaddlers. I like the Huggies much better.
This, I had only bought huggies, but our hospital and Doctor have pampers, and every time he had them on he leaked out of them. Also, after wearing pampers for 3 days in the hospital, he got a diaper rash, so I steer clear of them.
DD - Juliana Joan - Born October 27, 2010 - My Little Princess
BFP 1/14/13 - M/C 1/22/13 @ 5 weeks
BFP 3/20/13 - EDD 11/11/13
We tried Pampers, Up & Up, and Huggies Lil' Snugglers & Huggies Pure and Natural.
He leaked out of both size N and 1 in the Pampers, and the Up & Up seemed stiffer/scratchy.
They used Huggies Lil' Snugglers in the hospital & those seemed to work the best at home, too. Huggies P & N worked fine, but the Snugglers seem to be a little cheaper & Baby E tolerates them just fine.
vallefm:Target Up and Up
Costco brand - Kirkland