Frances wrote:We take sposies if we're camping for more than a night; we don't have space in the car for cloth and the wetbags can be a bit smelly on the way home! Cloth for nights is a good compromise.
Thanks fellow nappistas- and for the friendly welcome to the boards (Now if I could just work out how get round the inexplicable refusal to let me put a jpeg of the babber on I'd be well away!)
We're going to the Gower (Wales) so it's pretty much definitely going to rain, and forest camping with only v basic facilities, so I fear the disps beckon. Good idea to use cloth for nights though! I don't have any quick-drying fluffies types, so maybe that could be a justification for purchasing yet more nappies ;-). will bring at least some prefolds & flip wraps though, and go for biodegradable liners so we might be able to manage. But a bag of eco-sposies in reserve!
Perhaps when I have graduated to Expert Nappista I will be able to cope. We have 2 more camping trips beckoning, so one step at a time...