If you don't use a fleece liner, does the wetness in a cloth dipe bother your baby?

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  1. Erica

    Erica Amity's Focus Member

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    just curious...Ellery never seems to care if she's wet to the touch or not. Makes it hard to tell when to change her.
  2. Tammy

    Tammy lovin' my THREE kidlets

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    Evan doesn't seem to care at all if he's wet... but if he's had a BM he gets super squirmy pretty quickly!

    Tammy
  3. EMTonya

    EMTonya learning....click...

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    journey doesnt seem to care either. she does fuss when she has a poopy diaper though....
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    LatteLover Amity's Focus Member

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    Yep, wet, no problem, poopy, definitely change asap. Gwen always made the biggest show out of pooping though, so I always knew when to change her.
  5. Maiden Comfort

    Maiden Comfort boobie juice maker

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    All my babes have been sensitive to wet and dirty dipes when they were first born. I don't use fleece at all. But if they get "used" to being wet, they don't fuss if they are as much. So I try to change as soon as they fuss about it, so they will keep "telling" me. But eventually that even wears off, lol.
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    Neither of mine ever complained about a wet dipe and I only used fleece for the first couple of weeks.

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