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    Posted: 29 Apr 2012 at 1:07am
Has anyone tried these?  do you like them?
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We used the overnight ones for a long time, and I absolutely loved them.  The fleece was soft and squishy, and we never had a leak with them.  I don't know about the daytime ones, but I'd definitely recommend the nighttime ones!
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I'm wanting the night time one.  Glad to hear you like it!
I have a Disana wool soaker but it's so high maintance, for us.  My son is a heavy wetter and I find I have to wash the wool every twice weeks otherwise the urine builds up and gives him rashes. I want something I can just through in the wash and have it dried in no time.  Wool just takes so long.  We have to soak it in diluted vingear, carefully washing it, condition it, lanolize it, and let it air dry for a day.  The whole routine takes us two days and it's a pain.  I really wanted to love wool but I don't.
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They're great. Get one.
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Where can you get a hold of one?
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I don't think they make them anymore, but there's always fsot.
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Like them?  Oh my . . . I LOVE LOVE LOVE them!!  I always used them in a rotation with wool for nights but then got rid of my nighttime wool because Dancing Bears worked just as well and the care was so much easier.  Get one, you will not be disappointed :)  Do not size up though or it will be huge!
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I think he'll need a size large. He's a big boy at a year old; 28 lbs. What color would you recommend?
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I have one lying around. I'm a wool junkie so it never got much wear but they are nice and squishy.
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Originally posted by rbuenafe rbuenafe wrote:

Where can you get a hold of one?
 
I just purchased two from her Etsy store:  http://www.etsy.com/shop/dancingbears?ref=seller_info
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I have one I use for overnight ... they are amazing!  DS loves it too so it must be comfy
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