Which cloth nappy do you use at night? Baby Beehinds have a fantastic night nappy. Cassandra Double Inserts I use cloth nappies (mcn) and used a double insert at night …
There’s no doubt about it, information on the internet about modern cloth nappies can be lengthy and confusing! When I started my online shop one of my aims was to simplify cloth nappies for beginners. These 5 short descriptions will assist you in understanding the differing types of cloth nappy systems.
When most parents think of cloth nappies they imagine huge, old-school, terry towelling nappies soggily drooping from a baby’s behind. Thank goodness those days are over!
What are your tried and tested nappy rash remedies? Which is the best nappy rash cream? Midwife nappy rash tips here Dry the bottom after cleaning and before putting on …
Q&A: Does anyone have any tips on how to get an 8 month old to stay still on the change table? It’s becoming impossible to change her. She keeps rolling all over the place.
Q&A: I have been trying to work out which nappies to use for my baby who is arriving in a couple of weeks, but I don’t even know where to start! What does everyone recommend and why?
It is a common misconception that there is very little difference between disposable and reusable nappies in overall environmental impact.
Q&A: I am thinking of swapping from disposable nappies to cloth nappies. Can I please get some advice on them ie do they work as good as disposables, which brands are best, which liners are best, how to clean them & expense.
Mention the words “modern cloth nappy” and most people will say “oh, really”, give you the look of confusion and almost instantaneously say “how do they work”? The world of MCNs can be daunting and confusing, especially for 1sttime Mums, however, after a few more questions and education most people become instantaneously converted!
There’s been a few questions lately regarding the optimum time to begin potty training and troubles with “traditional” potty training. I’ve noticed that the mere mention of potty training before the traditional age of 2/2.5 brings out a lot of opinions! More often than not the debates revolve around children not being ready to express and control their toileting needs at a young age.