I went on the Wagon!!
Having done a lot of spree spending over the past 2 months, resulting in enough pocket nappies to keep DD in them for a week without washing (not to mention the 4 drawers of fitteds and wraps that we dont really use apart from under wool.... ) i think its time i stopped buying nappies! i will continue knitting woollies as it keeps me sane (ish) and might buy the odd woolly for a special occasion gift ... but i told everyone i was using cloth for the "money savings" as well as environment etc and if i was brave enough to count up what ive spent in the past 2 years i might have to owe Pampers an apology (well, not really but ykwim!!)
I have just ordered a night notion and penguin nappy (gotta love penguins!) and i think they'll have to be my last. there really is no need to buy anymore, and if DP knew how many we actually had - he doesnt have a clue - he'd go accross to the army surplus shop and buy enough miliatry memorabila to rival my nappy collection.
and then we'd have nowhere to sit down...
so, any tips on how to stay on the wagon??
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