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Postby drummy » Fri Feb 18, 2011 11:13 am

Hello all

I'm Vicx (24) mum of 2 (Ewan 4 and Molly 14 months) i'm a SAHM :)

I'm a complete newbie to cloth, but i am going to give it a proper shot. Also going to try re-usable wipes!

We have baby #3 due in june and with a 14month DD in nappies already it means we'll most likely have 2 in nappies at the same time.

We did use re-usable training pants on DS and they were fab, he was trained by age 3 even tho he has communication problems (still have them and plan to use them again when DD is ready)

DD has an intollerance to milk so we get some pretty massive nappy explosions if someone gives her something she cant have, which also causes the most horrendous nappy rash! I'm hoping to find a nappy that can not only contain the explosion but help with the rash afterwards (disposibles do neither). Shes also a heavy wetter.

I have been doing some research and have some fab friends who already use cloth, who incidently pointed me in this direction, but i'm sure i will be using this board for the many questions i'm sure to have.

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Re: Cloth Beginner

Postby Caroline » Fri Feb 18, 2011 11:35 am

:wave: Welcome to the Tree. Ask as many questions as you have to, the ladies here are all very knowledgeable :D

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Re: Cloth Beginner

Postby monsterm » Fri Feb 18, 2011 11:36 am

Hi :wave:

Welcome to the tree :cnthug:

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Re: Cloth Beginner

Postby littlesez » Fri Feb 18, 2011 11:45 am

drummy wrote:Hello all

I'm Vicx (24) mum of 2 (Ewan 4 and Molly 14 months) i'm a SAHM :)

I'm a complete newbie to cloth, but i am going to give it a proper shot. Also going to try re-usable wipes!

We have baby #3 due in june and with a 14month DD in nappies already it means we'll most likely have 2 in nappies at the same time.

We did use re-usable training pants on DS and they were fab, he was trained by age 3 even tho he has communication problems (still have them and plan to use them again when DD is ready)

DD has an intollerance to milk so we get some pretty massive nappy explosions if someone gives her something she cant have, which also causes the most horrendous nappy rash! I'm hoping to find a nappy that can not only contain the explosion but help with the rash afterwards (disposibles do neither). Shes also a heavy wetter.

I have been doing some research and have some fab friends who already use cloth, who incidently pointed me in this direction, but i'm sure i will be using this board for the many questions i'm sure to have.


it sounds like fitted nappies and wraps might be a good option for you with the poo explosions :wink:

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Re: Cloth Beginner

Postby zoeyboo » Fri Feb 18, 2011 12:25 pm

Hi :wave:
Welcome to the Tree! :cnthug:

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Re: Cloth Beginner

Postby rachymoo » Fri Feb 18, 2011 5:17 pm

littlesez wrote:it sounds like fitted nappies and wraps might be a good option for you with the poo explosions :wink:


WSS! 2 lines of defence then :giggle:

Welcome! :D

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Re: Cloth Beginner

Postby g murphy » Fri Feb 18, 2011 9:27 pm

:wave: :wave: :wave: :wave:

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Re: Cloth Beginner

Postby Emma1977 » Fri Feb 18, 2011 9:29 pm

:wave: Vicx and welcome to the Tree :cnthug:

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Re: Cloth Beginner

Postby CherryPie » Fri Feb 18, 2011 9:50 pm

:wave: Hey, the tree is great, so helpful!

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