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swim nappy?

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cat27m
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Re: swim nappy?

Postby cat27m » Tue Nov 17, 2009 10:24 am

I'd also recommend the Motherease Swim Nappy. Being side snap it's easy to put on and take off - especially if it's been christened. They also last well. Rowan is using the ones we had for Toby.

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Annette
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Re: swim nappy?

Postby Annette » Tue Nov 17, 2009 10:56 am

happytails wrote:
Louise wrote:A swim nappy is just to catch any poo and is not absorbent at all. You don't need to buy a specific swim nappy - any unstuffed pocket or AI2 will do the job fine. Although if you are having lessons some instructors do insist you use a specific swim nappy.


Our waterbabies class insisted on only disposable nappies NO cloth ones allowed :evil: i did the first course and never went back, this is one of the reasons why :roll: i already paid £100 for the course do they really think i want to spend £10 on nappies too??? :evil:


Ours had the "double nappy" rule too but they were happy for the second one to also be cloth, so we used an Imse Vimse swim nappy under a Splash About Happy Nappy and that was fine - I think it is just the 2 lines of defence idea :wink:

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Re: swim nappy?

Postby victoriaw » Tue Nov 17, 2009 11:35 am

We're meant to use disposable under happy nappy at Waterbabies, but I just use an Imse Vimse one (don't tell them and they've never asked) then Splashabout Happy Nappy on top. Works for us.

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