1. We didn’t use cloth nappies as they were much harder to find 12 years ago than they were now and the council schemes to encourage people to use them had just started being introduced. If I was doing it all again now, I’d look into them as they’re so much better for the environment.

    • I love that there is such a good range now, when I first mentioned cloth to my mum and nan they thought I meant terries with safety pins. Thankfully they’re much easier than that now. Thanks for reading x

  2. I love the look of cloth nappies and they are so cute and snuggly compared to the disposable types. I didn’t use them with my two and I do wince every time I put a bag of nappies into the bin *slaps own wrist” I’m guilty of constantly putting off the initial outlay to get kitted out. My youngest is now 19 months and so I’m not sure we would get our money’s worth if we switched now, but if I could turn back the clock I might well have invested for my first!

    Thank for linking up with #FartGlitter x

    • They are so pretty! But I think if they were more easily available, then more people would use them. The cost is a big outlay, and totally understand it putting people off. I have gradually built up my stash, and am not totally against disposables, but I hope to go fully cloth soon! And then when we have our next baby, hopefully we can start as we mean to go on x

  3. I’ve always been a bit reluctant about the practicalities of using cloth nappies, even though I think they are probably better for babys bum, more environmentally friendly and cheaper in the long run. I just cant seem to get over the thought of having to clean and wash them, which I imagine is probably a common thing for non cloth users! Im really interested to find out more though so will be checking out some more of your posts on cloth nappies next 🙂 Thanks for sharing this on #MarvMondays. Emily

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