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    Quote Originally Posted by jlc70 View Post
    Huggies

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    We had leaks galore with Pampers and their sizes are shocking, DD is 10kg's so we brought the 10-15kg (or something like that) and they were so tight that they were cutting into her little legs. We love Huggies but also use Babylove.
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    yeah coles used to have a brand that had girls and boys ones not just unisex and they were awesome but they stopped making those sometime last year which was annoying as they were my fav for sure.

    Oh forgot Snugglers - ok for daytime - cheap and cheerful but would not trust overnight

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    Huggies, I have tried.. Cosifits, Babylove, Bribots, Snugglers, Homebrand, you name em i've tried them. The ONLY ones they haven't leaked or caused nappy rash to my kids has been Huggies. So I stick to them!

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    Unfortuanately Huggies is the only one that doesn't leak overnight.
    I think they are SO expensive but it gives me an hour an half more sleep so it's worth it!

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    I think it was Nonny that said contact the companies and get some samples - definitely worth it. They all work different for different kids. For us, for example, huggies are ****e. As are pampers and Aldi nappies - many other rave about them. We use cloth mainly but the coles ones with the gumnut babies are the best i can find at the moment followed by snugglers - and we generally use them at night and my son is a heavy wetter.

    just remember that higher price doesn't necessarily mean higher quality

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    used to love Huggies but find snugglers to be just as good. For night I use a size bigger to hold more

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    Pampers ROCK!! Best nappy ever!!
    Huggies - leaked constantly
    Aldis - not bad at all
    Snugglers - causes bad nappy rash.

    Like someone else said before, it all depends on the size, shape etc. i think for skinny little legs like my boys had, Pampers is a better fit.
    Trial and error and personal preference - you can't just go on what others say.

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    Pampers

    Pampers ROCK!! Best nappy ever!!
    Huggies - leaked constantly
    Aldis - not bad at all
    Snugglers - causes bad nappy rash
    He not the only one that lovesPampers

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    Huggies - liked these when DD was in newborn size, but they leaked in the larger sizes. Too expensive too.
    Babylove - also liked in newborn, then next size up leaked. However, I have since returned to these now that we are larger size - no leaks and better value for money than Huggies. This is the brand I use at the moment.
    Aldi - absorbent and great value, but I found them a little bulky.
    Coles Comfybots - OK for daytime use and cheap. They were fine when we were in the yellow/red packet but when we moved to the next size up they started leaking, which is when I returned back to Babylove nappies.

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    Huggies!

    I only ever buy them when on special (which is a lot) and never pay more than $30-$33 for a box.


 

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