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    Another cloth mum here. Flannel flats for DS1 and just getting into mcn with DS3. I have heaps of CC's, hippobotamus, my little ripples, poppets nest, green kids, and stuff that I don't actually know what it is. I'm going to be useless when it comes to selling them.

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    He just doesn't stop.

    'Oh they slow down about 4 months'

    'Oh they slow down heaps once they start moving'

    'Oh they only put on ~2kg in their second year'

    Um...no one told my ds. He has had a growth spurt this last week, definitely has longer legs. His feet are giant too.

    But we probably need nappies for at least another year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Snowman View Post
    I love the bambooty prints. When we first started using cloth I was all "I don't get the pattern thing. Ill just get white" now I'm like "baby bare just released new patterns...must buy all of them!!!"
    I was the opposite when I was stocking up - 'what is the point of buying cloth nappies if you just get boring white?!'
    And then I bought a white coloured one & loved it. I put it on DD when she's wearing light coloured leggings so it doesn't show through.

    This is one of my fav pretties it says 'scram!' on the front.
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    Cloth here too. I use itti bittis. Mainly the older prints and plains, haven't bought any of the new ones.

    DD is 21 months and being using them since 3 months. If I need more (what am I saying of course I need more) I just buy second hand online.

    Cairns doesn't have winter so I don't have an issue with drying. I keep the lid on the bucket and haven't had a mould problem with the nappies, even when other things are going mouldy.

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    I LOVE my grovia hybrids with stay dry inserts. Best nappy I've found so far! Not really a fan or the pea pods or the babyco own brand. The bambooties are great but I prefer the basics with the snap in insert over the AIOs. We've only bought OSFM in all our nappies regardless of brand and they've been pretty good fit wise.

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    Those of you using square nappies (towelling or flannelette) - do you use pitchers? What brand? Any recommendations?

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    Ok. Ds2 in the bath I might get time.
    I have been using cloth for close to 4 years all up. Ds1 was in flats and not ds2 is in modern. I got cheap warehouse ones with micro fibre inserts. Works a treat. I wash every second day during the week and on Saturday I do a strip of all of them. We get the smell all year round but he has always had acidic wee.
    I can dry pail for 2 days but lid off.
    In winter I use the dryer with 2 dry towels to dry them but leave then in a window on the clothes horse to get the sun (if there is any).
    I am so jealous of you all with the better brand and cool prints. The place I get mine always had the same ones. Even 2 years later.
    Do you use liners? Reusable or flushable? I use chucks wipes and wash them with the nappies. Get 5 or more uses out of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    Those of you using square nappies (towelling or flannelette) - do you use pitchers? What brand? Any recommendations?
    I still have some from Ds1 that I got from target. They were the best I could find. But not very good in summer as bub sweats to much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sookie Stackedhouse View Post
    I still have some from Ds1 that I got from target. They were the best I could find. But not very good in summer as bub sweats to much.
    Yeah my mum has been scouring the shops trying to find pilchers but they seem to be out of favour with one sales lady telling my mum that simply no one uses them anymore ... 😐


 

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