Im using disposable nappies with my 17 month old but considering cloth nappies once bub number two gets here. Can anyone tell me what brands are good and what I would need? And if its worth the hassle of washing ect? And if there is a way of getting ones that would last from newborn to toilet training? Any hints and tips would be great. :)
when i worked at babies r us the cloth diaper that was most popular that we sold was probably Bum Genius. we had multiple ladies come in a day buying those and asking about them, ive just never used cloth diapers, don't have the patients for them, i rather have disposable haha
Bum Genius and Thirsties have all one ones and they adjust with growing babies. If your babies are born smaller, then they recommend you get a few newborn ones until baby is 8-9 pounds. They are the two brands I've narrowed it down to that, they also have the microfiber materials that pull moisture away from baby, so it makes it easier and a difference when potty training. Some retailers will let you rent different kinds to see what fits your needs. Good luck. :-)
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