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Wraps for newborns?

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anothersquish
Cloth Nappy Addict
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Re: Wraps for newborns?

Postby anothersquish » Tue May 10, 2011 8:25 pm

Ive never had compression wicking with wool, including long car journeys, a front night sleeper, clothing over soakers etc etc. I just make sure its well lanolised and the nappy is absorbent enough or changed often enough ie never let it get sopping wet through.

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taznmaple
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Re: Wraps for newborns?

Postby taznmaple » Thu Jun 02, 2011 12:30 pm

we have used motherease airflows and blueberry onesize coveralls from birth - both are fab, I probably slightly preferred the blueberry when she was tiny as the leg gussets are lovely and soft and stretchy.

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monkeyhanger
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Re: Wraps for newborns?

Postby monkeyhanger » Thu Oct 06, 2011 11:55 am

I'm due in (gulp) 5 weeks with our second and want to use cloth from birth. :D

We had a nappy trial for 4 weeks when dd was born (and she was 9lb at birth) so by the time we needed to use our own stash she went straight into the small/size 1's.

For spud I've just bought motherease rikki wraps xs, tots bots size 0 & cotton bottoms newborn size after advice from a friend who had smaller babies than me (thanks Doc Maggoo!!). :giggle:

I've not yet tried wool/soakers - I plan to :knit: when spud arrives

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