I mainly use asdas little angels but will use saisburys or tesco's, I think asdas are a bargin at to big packs for £10, I'd love to use cloth but already can't keep up with my washing pile so I'd be screwed lol x
I think you just need to try them all until you find one that suits your baby as everyone has different experiences,ive got huggies (the packs that were free) and my sister has bought some pampers, so if i dont like them ill try another kind x
You can get free packs of huggies and pampers by signing up to the different baby clubs and with the voucher from your bounty pack.
I found both huggies and pampers leaked really badly when Joe was tiny. He is mostly in re-useables and has been since about 8 weeks old, with a disposable on overnight and if he is away from home for more than a day, in which case we use Asda's little angels.
I prefer the Asda ones because not only are they about half the price, they're softer and not as dyed and perfumed as Pampers and Huggies. Tried Tesco own brand recently and they felt soft but gave him horrendous nappy rash, blisters and everything, so never again!
Planning to do exactly the same with #2, except will start with cloth from birth, and use up the freebie packs of nappies first for sposies even though they're leaky.
Papmers all the way for me. Huggies were awful for him. Walmarts brand "parents choice" were the crappiest diapers of them all. Does not absorb, and thrown away more clothes than I wanted to too cause of leakage.
Papmers swaddls are good, but I seem to like the baby dry better. MUCH more absorbant.
You are right in that not one nappy suits all botties!
We find Huggies are better for our LO as they fit bigger and cover her large botty rather than cut into her sides which Pampers always do for her.
Store brands can be great too. Boots and Superdrugs are great for absorbancy but more padded than the more expensive brands. A good compromise are Asdas Little Angels that are very absorbant but as thin as huggies and pampers.
We have also tried "Just for Bums" from Kiddicare. They send you a month's supply for around £20. Very absorbant, slightly larger and roomier than pampers and do not have the atrocious gelling chemicals that pampers have and that make many babys botties smell awful!
I think you will have to try a few out and see what you think. And you may find you change brands as baby grows and that bott takes shape
As we dont need to buy so much this time we are spending out on cloth.
Yep I'm on the ASDA bandwagon too Little Angels are a bargain, they have more side protection so no leaks and just can't e beat for the price. I used Huggies for my newborns and my son did nothing but leak out of them, although I have used Size 3's recently when they were on offer and I have no complaints about those, but just seems Little Angels tick all the boxes.
Just to note I've tried Superdrug ones the last couple of days and my daughter's nappy rash has flared up again, so obviously they don't suit my little one as she has quite sensitive skin
I used pampers with my little boy but have recently been 'converted to cloth' and decided to use reusables when this little lady comes along as im sick of spending so much money on disposibles... hopefully ill get on with them alright
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