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gilbertandmartha wrote:Exactly as sim said, you need to work out what you want in a nappy then start looking.
If you narrow down the choices to
all in ones - the most like a disposable or
2 part system - so cloth nappy and cover
then you can start narrowing down the choices.
BUT if you've never tried any then getting a few different ones is the good place to start. Have you got a local nappy loan scheme you could try first? If not PLEASE DON"T buy a whole system of any one type of nappy. They look very appealing, but most likely you'll not like a part of it and then get put off and either give up or sell at a loss.
If not you could get a tots bots trial pack, I think they have 1 of everything they sell and try them out.