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tanya2007 wrote:Louise wrote:red_dwarf wrote:This is gonna probably sound really stupid but why go to all the effort of having a really pretty fitted nappy with embroydery etc when you have got to put a wrap over the top of it
Am i being really stupid here and do you not need to put a wrap over every nappy or something
I could say the same about pockets. Unless its summer most nappies get covered by clothes anyway. Personally for me its the same reason people buy pretty underwear - because its much nicer. .
WSS. When I first started using fitteds, I couldn't see the point of the pretty ones, but I soon found out that the pretty ones also had a tendency to be hbetter - in fit and absorbancy, so I was really buying a more reliable nappy, which happened to be pretty. Not convinced? That explanation works on DH every time
2climbingboys wrote:I'm not actually a fan of embroidery either. But I do absolutely love this Upsy Daisy wrap:
I got it for Blake to wear on his birthday and as a wrap so that he could wear it for the full day.
toryuk wrote:I like pretty nappies, as they make the same old, same old and a bit messy task of changing a nappy a lot nicer. The different colours and types and textures, makes it like picking just another part of his outfit. They are always a talking point with other mums and in my experience, brilliant icebreakers for baby groups!