Soupdragon wrote:I think it's a very positive step. They've chosen to stock British, one size, cute print, most like a disposable ... Not sure what better option they could have picked?! I also think that anyone who's thinking about using cloth will appreciate them being there to see IRL - they can take them out of the packet, play with them, see how they work and (presumably?) take them back if they're unworn and they decide cloth isn't for them. I don't think that the price tag is too prohibitive, either, as most people will be able to work out that they should last from birth to potty training, so will see the initial cost in terms of the greater long-term benefit. I also think it's a great way to get a reluctant partner on side. I'm lucky that my DH was cloth supportive, but not everyone's is. If they're able to see the product, they might be more inclined to support a purchase. Maybe?
agree with this completely!!
and I've found the absorbency great- Ryan is 21 months and managed 4 hours with each of ours from brand new and no pre-wash, and that was without any boosting. That works for me!!! He's just grown out of our staple pop-ins, and won't be in ittis much longer, so I'm slowly gathering more Easyfits as I know I'll be able to use them on baby too when Ryan eventually potty trains.