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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08-05-2015 20:39 #31Senior Member
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08-05-2015 20:44 #32
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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08-05-2015 20:54 #33
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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08-05-2015 21:07 #34
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.
08-05-2015 21:12 #35
Cloth Nappy Folk
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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09-05-2015 06:14 #36
Subbing to come back later.
09-05-2015 07:28 #37
Those of you using square nappies (towelling or flannelette) - do you use pitchers? What brand? Any recommendations?
09-05-2015 07:35 #38
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.
09-05-2015 07:40 #39
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