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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    Tried searching mums, bubs & clothy bums in IG and google and found nothing?

    I used osfm from 2 days old. There were a few leg leaks but nothing major, more if you were holding him the wrong way and he did a number 3 which used to happen to my nephew in sposies as there legs are so little. DS was 3.6kg and we used mostly my little ripple
    Do you know where i can purchase my little ripple mcns now? Their ebay store is no longer running

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    I've been using bambooty smalls, itti tuttos and baby bare osfm on my week old and no leaks. The osfm are a bit bulky but manageable!

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    I have a heap of flats which were bought for my first as 'spew rags' but they have never been used. I was thinking of giving them a go but i just have no idea how to fold or pin them. Then i suppose i would need a cover?

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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin275 View Post
    Do you know where i can purchase my little ripple mcns now? Their ebay store is no longer running

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    I hunted there store down a little while ago and it said they weren't taking orders till December I think. Google them and there site should come up and it said on there.

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    http://www.greennappy.com.au/
    I used these one for both my bubs but found them a bit bulky for a newby, even a 4.5kg newby which mine were.
    They got into them about 2-3 weeks old and never looked back. I can highly recommend them (they are Australian made/owned too).
    I was given a gift certificate for a nappy service (for a month) and i was amazing. They were just the terry towel nappies and yes i used a nappy cover, but only when i went out and at night.
    And i used this fold for my boy. There are other ways to fold but i found this the best.http://www.1st-time-mothers.com/newm...d-nappies.html


 

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