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tanya2007 wrote:I have just changed my entire stash from pockets to fitteds for exactly the same reasons. My DD is a very heavy wetter.
Nappies we get on well with now are Jimmy Riddles, Hollow and Fluff and Stuff. Whilst not the cheapest nappies on the market, most of them have been second hand and I have been paying an average of £7-8 per nappy, which isn't too bad. We now have nappies which can last 4 hours easily. We also have some kiwi quick flips, which are ok, but don't last as long, maybe 3 hours if we are lucky.
We use wool full time now as well.
And I didn't once consider switching to disposables. I'm not saying there is anything wrong with using them, they have their uses, but they stink and make me feel sick. I love my DDs big, squishy cloth bum