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    Wondering if anyone can recommend a nappy brand they've tried and are happy with.
    I've had my little dd2 in Huggies and have just bought the next size up (size 3 girls) to try them - they don't feel as soft and comfy as the newborn sizes 1 and 2. They kind of feel more papery if that makes sense.

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    Comfy Bots (Coles), Rascal & Friends and Baby Love are my go to. Little Ones from woolies isn’t too bad either.

    Edit to add- comfy bots changed to cub 🤦‍♀️
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    I like Aldi nappies, but no longer live near an Aldi so use the Coles Cub nappies and they seem to be almost identical to me. With DS1 I used Huggies overnight as he was a heavy wetter, but with ds2 there has been no need. Will use little ones on occasion but they aren’t as good a fit on my chunky boys.

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    using rascal and friends for dd and loving them. cheaper than huggies but just as absorbent and i find better coverage. was actually going to give the aldi nappies a go this week as they’re even cheaper so timely thread! anyone got any reviews on the aldi ones??

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    I use baby love and am pretty happy with them

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    I tried Aldi ones a couple of weeks back, I felt they weren't as good as Huggies at wicking the moisture away and keeping baby's bottom dry. But it may be different with different sizes, I remember using them from time to time when dd1 was a bit older, maybe 1, and was quite happy with them then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    using rascal and friends for dd and loving them. cheaper than huggies but just as absorbent and i find better coverage. was actually going to give the aldi nappies a go this week as they’re even cheaper so timely thread! anyone got any reviews on the aldi ones??
    Love the Aldi ones we’ve been exclusively using them since about 2 months old- I don’t like to use them on new born tho I feel buggies or baby Love were softer.
    Now he’s big I don’t mind and be mindful
    Of sizes, we use bigger ones as he wets through the night
    With Brooklyn I wasted so much money on Nappies lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reneeharry View Post
    Love the Aldi ones we’ve been exclusively using them since about 2 months old- I don’t like to use them on new born tho I feel buggies or baby Love were softer.
    Now he’s big I don’t mind and be mindful
    Of sizes, we use bigger ones as he wets through the night
    With Brooklyn I wasted so much money on Nappies lol
    lol

    we used huggies with ds as we never liked any of the other brands and rascal & friends weren’t available then. they’re great this time
    around, i haven’t changed her in the night since the super early days and really, probably didn’t even need to then. they comfortably see her through the night with no leaks.

    i went to try the aldi nappies and both my
    local aldi stores were totally sold out!? crazy!!!

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    We've used huggies on all 3...
    I've tried other brands and weren't happy with them for whatever reason.

    I also saw every brand of nappy while working and I much preferred huggies. I felt they managed the contents better and appeared more comfortable to wear.

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    Dd2 likes to wake up, chat to herself for a few minutes, and then poop lol. It's very cute actually, she's in a little poop routine - they happen at almost the same time every day. But it means I definitely have to change her nappy once overnight, because if the nappy is full when the poop comes......


 

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