Huggies swim nappies are $12 a pack, a single reusable swim nappy one with resize able snaps even is between 12-20 I guess it depends how often you swim but I know which one I get my money's worth out of
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14-03-2012 22:35 #11
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14-03-2012 22:53 #12
I was told by a cloth nappy seller that you can her use modern cloth nappies as swimmers just without a booster. Worried about the integrity of the water proof exterior after being in pool and or ocean water, I don't use the ones I use as swimmers as nappies anymore, but I have found they work fine. At Bumwraps.com.au they are $12 each and discounted for bulk buys if you want nappies as well. I have found that to be pretty cheap.
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14-03-2012 23:06 #13
I got a really cute pair of boardies from mothercare they had a waterproof lining/pants for DS for $19 lasted ages.
They have the pants for girls and bots separately too.
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