The first was brought up by a friend, she mentioned cutting up a rain poncho and pinning it like a second diaper. She has one she doesn't use, so I'll be getting that from her tomorrow. If I needed to I could pick up a poncho at the DollarTree or Walmart for anywhere from $1 -$4. Although it won't have elasticized legs, it should keep my carpet and and couch from getting soaked. I figure I'll have to change diapers fairly frequently anyway.
The other I discovered is a simple fleece scarf. Since fleece is a popular soaker fabric anyway, I know it will work. I could cut and pin, but wrapping and tying worked today!
|Lay across baby's front and wrap ends of scarf around to the back, then cross.|
|Bring crossed ends through baby's legs|
|Wrap around to the back and tie!|
This might be bit more difficult with a younger baby, you'd need to turn the baby onto his tummy to tie.
I just stood Jaron up and it wasn't a problem.
|This is the front. A bit bulky, but it will do.|
|When I spread out the fringed ends of the scarf it looked like this. Cute little Rumba skirt, too bad he's not a girl!!!|