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    I started with huggies newborn with my ds and then when he was a little older I switched to little ones and now he is toddler I’ve gone back to huggies Nappy pants as he is a massive wetter and they hold more.

    I’ve got huggies newborn for this time to start with and I’ll see how they go.

    There are plenty of options and it’s all trial and error till you find something the works for you

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    Huggies for newborn as they are the smallest. We used huggies up until size 3 but they changed their design and they are no good anymore so have been using CUB for coles and they are great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greeneyes81 View Post
    I’ll be trying Rascal and friends, I’ve heard nothing but bad things about Huggies recently. I’ve heard since they changed the design babies have been getting horrible blistering rashes...
    This happened to us, was horrible to say the least!

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    We’ve only ever used Huggies at home. Daycare use Thankyou nappies. When DD was there one day a week it wasn’t too bad, but 3 days a week and she ends up with a super red v.ulva which looks like it’s burned and she cries when we do nappy changes at home. We send Huggies now and that’s all we use. Never had an issue with them.

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