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    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorMade View Post
    You might find that as bub becomes more active (crawling/walking etc) he'll slim down or change shape a bit and you'll get more wear out of your nappies. Unless he's already too big for them and you're having leak issues or something, I'd wait and see if they still fit after a couple more months. 😊
    ^^^ this. My dd hasn't gone up a snap position on her osfm grovias since she started walking 8 months ago.

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    We use bambooty but my Bub isn't big. 13 months and is under 8.5kgs.

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    Does anyone have an older child still in cloth?
    Ds2 is 11kg at 2.9 yrs old.
    I'm having trouble with night nappies. I'm using pocket nappies with 3 bamboo trifolds on a good night that works. But if I run out microfibre is my only backup. 4 is not enough but anymore I pop the pockets.
    Any ideas?

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    I used bbh bamboo fitteds with a booster between nappy and cover

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    Sad day today. Sold the last of my stash today. DD is toilet trained and all the nappies are gone.

    I saved a few ittis to make some soft toys (one day). Feels like the end of something special.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sookie Stackedhouse View Post
    Does anyone have an older child still in cloth?
    Ds2 is 11kg at 2.9 yrs old.
    I'm having trouble with night nappies. I'm using pocket nappies with 3 bamboo trifolds on a good night that works. But if I run out microfibre is my only backup. 4 is not enough but anymore I pop the pockets.
    Any ideas?
    Try a mix of bamboo and mf - tonight my 13 kg DS has bamboo, mf, bamboo and it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Nette View Post
    Sad day today. Sold the last of my stash today. DD is toilet trained and all the nappies are gone.

    I saved a few ittis to make some soft toys (one day). Feels like the end of something special.
    Aw 😢 I plan on keeping some to make toys with, and I want to make a little quilt out of my pretties to keep too.

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    Nawwww... That is sad

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    I have about 20 furry pretties in which the elastic has gone and are unrepairable.... what can I do with them? After my girls are out of nappies I will have about 70 and I'm unsure whether to sell them (tough market!, plus reluctant to lose them).
    I'm not very crafty, and can't sew, is it possible to turn them into a blanket? What kind of toys were you thinking of?

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    Are you sure the elastics are.unrepairable? Do you have a mum or mil who can sew who could do it for you?


 

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