I love the wipes, they're not overly thick but they don't tear. I've brought 6 packs of newborn nappies ($5 for 24) but Ds is still too little to try them, maybe next week, I'll let you know what I think. I use the larger ones and nappy pants for Dd and they're great.
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12-06-2016 08:56 #152
Thank you ladies greatly appreciated. We where given 7 boxes of huggies newborn at our baby shower but I've heard about the Aldi products so it's good to get reviews from mums when the huggies run out. Bubs coming in 28 days
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12-06-2016 09:57 #157
All 4 of mine were still in newborns at 3 months of age
12-06-2016 10:09 #158
I think most babies outgrow them within 2 months, not all of course. Both my boys were on the skinnier side but big wetters and I found the infant size held a lot more fluid so changed them up as soon as possible! Also we bought jumbo boxes from BB 160 nappies lasts us 3-4 weeks so I only ever needed 2-3 boxes before I could put them in a bigger size.
I am pretty sure we are only up to box 5 at 14 weeks, a newborn nappy I would need to change every 20 mins 😂.
12-06-2016 10:52 #159Senior Member
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When DD was born all nappies were way too big except huggies we could fold over and it fit well enough.
DD is 9 weeks and huggies is waaaaay too small (she has a plumbers crack) but aldi still fits. We have moved to infant due to it holding more wee though.
12-06-2016 11:02 #160
If I get to the stage where bubs outgrows faster then No1 I'll just go to Coles and swap them over for the next size
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