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monsterm wrote:Hi Stacey
Welcome to the tree
Like a previous poster said terries are a good start. They are very economical as well. It you want to go for prettier newborn nappies, there are some really gorgeous fitted nappies you can get.
As for your main stash of nappies, I would say go for a mix of fitted & pockets. Fitted are more reliable for most babies but pockets can be made to work for you by switching out the inserts. I have a super heavy wetter. If we used fitted nappies, I would have to have a stash of night nappies to use for day time but that costs more than I can afford. I use pockets as my main stash but I don't use the inserts that come with the pockets. Pockets are also a lot more convenient for when you are out & about.