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    Quote Originally Posted by wobblermummy View Post
    Not cloth ones will take off wont put on as still feels they are unhygienic as not bleached or washed with nappisan

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    My DP just learnt how to put them on today. He takes them off fine but generally he does the evening changes when we put her into a disposable.

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    Morning! Ah, nappy talk!

    Today I am going to My Baby Warehouse to buy a sort of half-half nappy. It's like an mcn but the insert (enviro-friendly) is disposable. I'm going to have a go with Lucy as a trial for use in the new LDC that I've been helping to open. We wanted to do mcns but I think they'll be too much for the volume of nappies we go through a day, let alone the oh&s issues!

    The brand is Gently - has anyone used/heard of them before?

    Beccaboo, wish I could see A's pics on my phone, will have to get on the pc to have a look. Bet they are cute though

    How are you feeling today mummak?

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    Crappy 😢

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    Jessy, Vs mum uses these types. They're mcns just like normal but she has bamboo liners that when dirty she just flushes away (environmentally friendly, don't worry). Is that what u mean?

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    Just so I can get my head around everything
    Mummak has twins
    Ttc now, feeling crappy and a possible bfp on the horizon???

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    I wonder if its too late to start mcns? I was so overwhelmed with all the choices I gave up.

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    Never too late heids!!!

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    I think I want all in ones? I really have no idea, but the ones with flushable liners sound good too

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    Quote Originally Posted by JessyJ View Post
    Morning! Ah, nappy talk!

    Today I am going to My Baby Warehouse to buy a sort of half-half nappy. It's like an mcn but the insert (enviro-friendly) is disposable. I'm going to have a go with Lucy as a trial for use in the new LDC that I've been helping to open. We wanted to do mcns but I think they'll be too much for the volume of nappies we go through a day, let alone the oh&s issues!

    The brand is Gently - has anyone used/heard of them before?

    Beccaboo, wish I could see A's pics on my phone, will have to get on the pc to have a look. Bet they are cute though

    How are you feeling today mummak?
    Someone gifted me these sort of nappies.. I'll check the brand later.

    Heids!! It's NEVER too late you could always get on a but swap sell and get a few different ones to trial. It's so much cheaper.

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    Oh and mummak, will you test?!?


 

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