I have had BabyLand on my little girl since she was 6wks old. At 3mths I started using them with an extra booster for night times as well and I have only ever had 1 case where they have leaked and that was due to me not doing them up properly.
Excellent MCN to get started with as it gives you a chance to see whether MCNs are for you (whether you want to wash nappies every 2-3 days, whether you can stomach dealing with poos, etc) and don't cost as much as some of the other brands so if you decide it's not for you then the experience hasn't cost you $100's.
The only reason I am now using other brands as well are because I have been given them by friends and family.
They are definitely great starter nappy.
We were given a stack of these when our second child arrived. At first I was worried about trying them as we had bought cheaper nappies for our first child and they were a failure.
these nappies are brilliant. They are super absorbent and the fit is fantastic. They are a little wider in the crutch then other nappibut so if you have a smaller bub they might not fit so well. The liners dry really fast which combined with mean shell means you have wash and dry your nappies in super fast time.
the colours are bright and patterns cute. And are a one size does up to about 18kgs (from memory) Am really happy with these nappies and will be recommending to friends.
I purchased a few different brands of MCN before my baby was born (he's now nearly 12 months old). I have Baby Beehinds, GreenKids, Cushie Tushies, Kids Playtime and Babyland, so covered a wide range of price options! I have found the Babyland nappies to be great everyday nappies, and they were the most reasonably priced out of all the ones I bought. I use them every day on my little man, they perform just as well as the more expensive ones (in fact, better than some) & rarely leak, they are the quickest ones to dry and the inserts don't have to go in the dryer as they do with some of the other brands. I bought them from the Bamboonies website but I have since seen them on Ebay priced at $38-$40 for a 10-pack (I assume this is direct from the manufacturer). I think they are also sold under the Papoose brand. Okay, there is not quite the same variety of designs & prints as some of the more expensive brands, but then my little boy's nappies are rarely on display anyway!
I would highly recommend these nappies to anyone.
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