Location: Aberdeenshire (originally from South of England)
We don't use much in the way of wraps as Iona uses wool 90% of the time (as did Findlay) but Rumparooz one size wraps are good as they have poppers on them to adjust the rise so the wrap grows with the baby and they also do a newborn size that also has rise poppers so you can get a good fit in this first few months.
I'm a big fan of Tweedle Bugs. We started with smalls but I think the newborn ones would be great too. We've had mediums and larges too now and I love them - cheap, do the job, nice colours, good fit over every nappy we've tried and a nice double gusset.
I also had small Bummis Super Brites and they were great too, just not as cheap. I didn't like the Whisper wraps as much. S1 Thirsties were good but didn't last as long as the weight range would suggest.
I use the Thirsties duo wrap and rumparoos. I prefer the rumparoos because it's snaps and not velcro - the velcro in the thirsties is pretty worn out on ours, but they've been used for around 18 months now. I also like wool soakers! xx
We've only got one flip with both a stay dry and organic insert. So far we have had no leaks - poo or otherwise - although admittedly it doesn't get used as often as other nappies. I hope to rectify this during RNW.
I'm watching this thread closely because I have the same question!
I've got motherease airflows to use over flat terries (50cm size) when my baby arrives but now I'm thinking I should have got Rikkis. I only got 3 wraps in small size so maybe I'll have a look out for some rikkis on ebay to add to them.
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