Eoin's attempt at a conversion has gone quite well. The parents like the idea of cloth and have no problem with the cleaning aspect. However, they aren't happy with the bulk of cloth nappies, none of their baby's (8mth old) clothes fit.
They've tried bamboozles, HH and prefolds; what is there that's slimmer than any of these. I think we can get them (
) if we can find something slim enough. I know that swaddlebees pockets are very slim but my own experience with them is enough for me to not want to inflict that on anyone else. What are the AIO swaddlebees like for trimness?
TBH, I don't see it as a huge problem, babies grow so fast that their wardrobe is constantly changing, but they seem to see it as a problem. We've suggested that next time baby's wardrobe is due for an upsize they just buy a size bigger than normal so that any cloth will fit, as that's what we (and I'm sure most of you) do.
Any suggestions then for an uber trim, but still reliable, full time nappy?