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How come baby clothes aren't waterproof?

How come baby clothes aren't waterproof?

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  • jesswho jesswho's Avatar 05-23-08 | 05:02 AM
  • Do the manufacturers not understand that babies will manage to get something wet on themselves EVERY time you change their clothes? It only has to be from the neck to the belly button...would it really cost that much more to Scotchguard? Or make them like a car that's just been waxed - where the liquid beads up and rolls off?

    Just a little frustrated with picking up a wet baby
  • ~Kelli~ ~Kelli~'s Avatar 05-23-08 | 06:33 AM
  • ugh! you could make millions

    L peed on my yesterday while changing her clothes
    gotta love getting peed on.

    btw- your new avatar is gorgeous!
  • jennigirl jennigirl's Avatar 05-23-08 | 09:58 AM

    I get peed on, spit up on, gotta love the extra laundry! His and mine! You should invent that Jess, and share your new found millions with us!
    and IA, your new avatar is adorable!!!
  • rudolphia rudolphia's Avatar 05-23-08 | 03:00 PM
  • I wish they made spit-up proof clothes for baby and mom. The avatar is great!
  • brandimichelle brandimichelle's Avatar 05-23-08 | 03:14 PM
  • This is why she always has a bib on.
    Everyone says I'm obsessed and anal but I don't have to change her clothes 15 times per day.

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