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Mothercare shaped newborn nappies - any good?

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sportyminx
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Re: Mothercare shaped newborn nappies - any good?

Postby sportyminx » Wed Nov 30, 2011 7:26 pm

I did fold the front down at the beginning I think yes!

Just for referece, here is Naomi wearing one boosted front and back view at just a couple of weeks old, somewhere between 6 and 7lb in weight <born 5lb10oz!>

ETA sorry meant the front view was at a couple of weeks old - the back view was a bit later, maybe 8 weeks :/

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Good luck with your baby!

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Juli
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Re: Mothercare shaped newborn nappies - any good?

Postby Juli » Wed Nov 30, 2011 9:41 pm

Thank you for sharing those lovely photos, Sarah :D

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Re: Mothercare shaped newborn nappies - any good?

Postby belfastyank » Thu Dec 01, 2011 11:01 pm

sportyminx wrote:I nippa'd them and then once on turned the binding around the legholes inward and this closed any leg gaping and containment was never a problem :D


That IS a great idea. I tried it out and it worked for containment and nappy fit much better between the legs! Thanks :wink:

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ladybird
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Re: Mothercare shaped newborn nappies - any good?

Postby ladybird » Thu Dec 01, 2011 11:11 pm

Oh wow! Blast from the past for me. They are what we started with with ds1 10yrs ago. We had pins and rubber pants with them and the pants left such horrid marks on his legs that I stopped using them. I had no internet at the time and no money to buy anything else in quantity so we ended up using disposables. If I'd known what I know now I'd have continued with them and some decent wraps.

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