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Percy' first cloth / nappy advice for tiny babies

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laceybat
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Re: Percy' first cloth / nappy advice for tiny babies

Postby laceybat » Wed Dec 17, 2014 2:35 pm

Ross was tiny at 6 lb but 33 cm long and everything looked massive on him but it looks good. Very good for their hips. He is so cute.

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Re: Percy' first cloth / nappy advice for tiny babies

Postby emmavmorgan » Wed Dec 17, 2014 5:43 pm

I had 2 teeny babies, Tom just under 5lb and Sam 4 and a bit Llbs when we got him home :shock: for Sam mum cut up a towel into tiny terries :giggle: and we didn't bother with wraps until small wraps fitted him (he was 3hrly fed and I had to change him before feeds to wake him up and inevitably straight after so a nappy never lasted more than 90mins anyway :roll: ) Tom had small prefolds nippered and I wool soaker of Sams that I shrunk :hohoho: until smalls wraps fitted him.

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Re: Percy' first cloth / nappy advice for tiny babies

Postby Louise » Wed Dec 17, 2014 7:37 pm

He is gorgeous! Most nappies look huge on newborns but as long as they don't leak then its fine. I am not a fan of the huge bum look thoug so with my two 6lbers I used newborn and xs Holdens landing, green panda and Owe Whoa When nappies. No idea about wraps as we used teeny wool.

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Re: Percy' first cloth / nappy advice for tiny babies

Postby Charlootle » Fri Dec 19, 2014 9:50 am

He's just beautiful :) lovely little legs!!! Nothing helpful to say on the nappy front as Jaden was in disposables as a newborn when he was that sort of size.

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