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Mummyof3 wrote:Ryan's standard minkis are huge and will fit him for ages still. The rise is much higher than the Slinki Minki. There's one on ebay for £10 inc P&P
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/LARGE-STANDARD-MI ... 240%3A1318
Velvetsteph wrote:Isabelle gets red leg-marks from her slinki minki but not her lil' stinkies or her standard minki...
charliesam wrote:sam gets red marks around his legs at night with fitteds- have you tried putting fleece liners across the nappy so they stick out the leg holes- this seems tto work for us as it stops them rubbing, also using pockets works tonight he has a well stuffed funky nappy but minkis work as well.
otherwise 1 eco a day is not the end of the world
nic1 wrote:Velvetsteph wrote:Isabelle gets red leg-marks from her slinki minki but not her lil' stinkies or her standard minki...
Do you use the lil stinkie at night? If so, what do you stuff it with? Mmmmmmm shame Marijke is jetting across the world pretty soon!!
rachelinscotland wrote:BTW, I think I bought a stars Slinki Minki nappy off you Nic (white with pastel coloured stars) earlier in the year, do you remember if that was one that you had problems with? Just wondered, because it just didn't work with either of my children - left quite brutal red marks! BTW LOL, don't worry, no complaint against you! Just wondered if you remembered it being a problem for Evie, as I know it definantly had toooo tense of elastic. I don't actually have it anymore myself (hopefully it didn't cause problems for it's next owner!), but I've just found it quite a bit of trial & error with them. So have gone through quite a few Minkis until I was happy that the ones I had were OK for my little ones.