ooh thanks vikki, will get her some of that boots stuff- are the nappy sack refills expensive?
she might want to use real nappies.
I've begged her and begged her to concider them... I want to know though- how do you clean them? do they just go in the washing machine and do they stink out the house?
They go in the washing machine. I'd keep them in a lidded bucket until I got a load. You can get some really funky outer wraps for them now. None of those plastic pants that my mum had to use on us.
The Boots stuff really is wonderful!Originally Posted by josh.p., post: 28200
The nappy wrapper refills aren't too expensive. A bit more than normal nappy sacks though. They have two types of cartridge that fits in them. There's a 0-6 month one which is about £3 and the 6month plus one which is about £4 (this is from Tesco anyway). You can often get 3 for 2 in Boots of them. One cartridge lasts me about three weeks or so, maybe more. They are superb!
I can't see her going for that- my mum is a real neat freak and cant see her wanting a box full of poo-ey nappies. She's stupid like that really, I know they won't smell- but she would be convinced that they smelt- she has a nose like a blood-hound!Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 28258
That's cheaper than I thought and its good that they last for so long!Originally Posted by Vikki, post: 28282
The best gift i had when dd was born was a hamper full of baby products, talc, baby bath, cream etc. It saved me a fortune.
scratch mitts, a newborn's fingernails are soooo long!