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    I did some googling and found Mother-ease swim nappies got really good reviews. I just purchased a pair from NipNaps.com.au to see how they go. I like that they are adjustable with clips. I found a 10% off discount code too SS317879321 if anyone else is interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lili81 View Post
    I don't really understand the point of disposable swim nappy??
    Using a washable nappy here, looks just like a baby speedo ;-)
    Thats why I was a bit confused because it adds up! We live somewhere hot so we like to go swimming a fair bit. Im not too fond of the disposables because DS is a big boy and the swim nappies are always so tight on him!

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    Those swim nappies don't hold in the pee, only the poop! Dh was holding dd in her swim nappy while waiting in line and she pee'd...it went all down dh's leg lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozeymumof5 View Post
    Those swim nappies don't hold in the pee, only the poop! Dh was holding dd in her swim nappy while waiting in line and she pee'd...it went all down dh's leg lol
    Apparently they are only designed for poop, both the disposable and the reuseable. They mustn't worry about pee in the pool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lili81 View Post
    I don't really understand the point of disposable swim nappy??
    Using a washable nappy here, looks just like a baby speedo ;-)
    Same here. It's a snug-fitting speedo type thing.

    The swim school DD was going to go to don't actually allow swim nappies at all, they just ask you to dress them in tight-fitting swimmers. They don't worry about wee (swim nappies don't stop it anyway) and if bub poops they'll know about it straight away rather than it being contained in a nappy and slowly seeping into the water.

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    I got this from Big W tonight Purple Lily, I didn't even know you could buy re-usable ones until I read this thread today. :P
    It's like a crunchy speedo.
    They have them up to a size 2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    Apparently they are only designed for poop, both the disposable and the reuseable. They mustn't worry about pee in the pool.
    If it was designed to absorb pee it would absorb pool water too and you'd end up with a saggy heavy nappy wouldn't you?

    I've been using swim nappies for lessons but this summer expecting my daughter to be spending much more time in the pool so going to get a re usable one I think.


 

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