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    Anyone have any leftover NB size Swaddlers?

    The only kind of diapers Gabby can wear without breaking out are Pampers Swaddlers. They are kind of pricey even though we use coupons. She's still in newborn size and will be for a while. I know most babies grow out of the NB size quickly. So if anyone has any Swaddlers left over and wants to get rid of them....I'll pay shipping.
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    Darn it! I'll take a look around but I just gave three boxes to my cousin who had twins. If I find anymore I'll keep you in mind!


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    Thanks Nikki. Sounds like your cousin is gonna need lots of them!
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    McKenna..you still in need of some. I may have some, not a ton in one of our changing stations that doesn't get used much if you're still in need.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Geemos06 View Post
    McKenna..you still in need of some. I may have some, not a ton in one of our changing stations that doesn't get used much if you're still in need.
    Yessss!! We're still in newborn size here. I so wish she could wear some other brand without getting a rash. Her skin is super sensitive. If you have some you want to get rid of, please let me know. I'll pay shipping happily. Thanks!
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    PM the info and I'll gladly send them I'll try to see tomorrow just how many we have so you know..got a little busy today!


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