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Best nappy for a newborn!

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megansmummy
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Re: Best nappy for a newborn!

Postby megansmummy » Sat May 15, 2010 6:27 pm

I really liked them :) I had 5 :)

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Caroline
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Re: Best nappy for a newborn!

Postby Caroline » Sat May 15, 2010 6:34 pm

I really like the lovables as they are so soft. The size one is cute. My newborn stash was pretty much the same as Tory's. Max outgrew the rise on the Diddy really quickly and then we used BG v3 which we still love.

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Re: Best nappy for a newborn!

Postby Amanda » Sat May 15, 2010 7:01 pm

I used prefolds (don't really like them but used them as I had them), a diddy, tots and little lambs. I love little lambs on a teeny bum, so squidgy.

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Re: Best nappy for a newborn!

Postby littlesez » Sat May 15, 2010 8:39 pm

indigosky2k wrote:I actually found easiest on a NB were terry squares, folded in a Jo fold I think it was, not that scary really, as they dry quickly and don't take much space :wink:
But I will be getting some LittleLambs this time as I know lots of people like those and I have some size one Tots I got when Missy was about 4 months old, all be it ones that have been dyed pink, so not really good if I have a boy, but I'll still use them :giggle: And I'm sure I'll have some 'pretty' NB fluff too as I can't help myself :hohoho: :hohoho:


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little lambs!

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Re: Best nappy for a newborn!

Postby fluffy_boy » Sun May 16, 2010 11:08 am

I think you can't beat a nippa'd muslin on new babies. They are such a neat fit, absorb more wee than you could imagine and dry sooooo quickly. Ds2 was small born (6lb 7oz) and other small nappies were just sooo bulky on him, he stayed small for ages too so muslins were a godsend.
If I ever had any more I'd use muslins without a second thought.

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