Starting out with reusable nappies can be a real minefield. There are so many choices, and options that it can be a bit overwhelming.
Below is a summary of previous posts I’ve written on the subject – just click on the links for more detailed posts on the different subjects.
Read more: Getting Started With Reusable Cloth Nappies
WhenÂ I first heard about gDiapers, I was really excited at the thought of a disposable nappy/reusable nappy hybrid. Unfortunately they weren’t available in the UK and I ended up using other brands I’ve been perfectly happy with. But, when I heard that Husha Byebaby were now importing gDiapers, rebranded for the UK as gNappies, I was really excited to try them out.
Read more: GNappies Review and Giveaway
I had the good fortune recently to discover the Green Mums website. I ordered a few Teddy Nappies to add to my collection and was so pleased with the service I received. I ended up having a lovely email chat with Tracy, the owner of Green Mums, and wanted to tell you a little more.
Read more: Bum Genius Birth to Potty Review
So there it is. Day 1 in cloth nappies is over, and I’m sorry to say, was an absolute success. Yes, I admit. There was a part of me, the lazy part of me, that really hoped it wouldn’t ‘work’ for us. But this was not the case.
Read more: Adventures in Cloth Nappies – Part 3
Making the decision to join the fold (pun intended) of the cloth nappy community is only the first in a series of decisions that awaits the newly conscientious parent. In fact, the options and choices can be downright intimidating.
There are so many different styles, types and price ranges to choose from that it would be easy to give up, quite honestly. I searched through tomes of online resources, trying to find the ‘right’ nappy for us. The up-front cost of reusable nappies is substantial enough to not want to make too many mistakes, either.
Read more: Adventures in Cloth Nappies – Part 2, Getting Started
The mere thought of cloth nappies fills my nostrils with the smell of wet-pailed nappies soaking in antibacterial water and concrete back yards filled with large white terry squares flapping in the wind. Whether those are my own memories or Hollywood inspired daydreams, I may never know, but I’m pretty certain I’m not alone in my misconception.
Read more: Adventures in Cloth Nappies – Part 1