With #1 I used Pampers newborn nappies - I had vouchers from Bounty packs! I also liked Tesco newborn nappies. Latterly, we switched to Asda own brand. I never liked Huggies, but think it may depend on the baby! Know people that loved Huggies!
I've bought a pack of Huggies and pampers ( they were on offer) I've also bought some Asda little ones nappies. I've been told they are fab and a lot cheaper than well known brands. I'm gonna see which nappies work the best and stick with those.
We've been buying various sizes of whatever brands are on sale, including both Huggies and Pampers as well as some store brands (Target, Walgreens, etc). I've heard that diaper fit really depends on the baby, so I figure we'll give ourselves plenty of options and then see what works best once LO is born
Have you considered using cloth nappies? They will save you lots of money in the long term and are lovely and soft and gentle on baby's delicate parts! Also they look so cute and come in loads of gorgeous patterns and colours! And they're good or the environment too! x
pampers baby dry are by far the best i think iv'e tried them all but rem bf babies pooh is like nothing else explosive so which ever nappy sometimes its hard to stop leakage but like i say pampers are the softest and best for us and huggies have to be one of the worst and i don't like asad little angles? even though everyone rates on about them , i thought they seemed uncomfortable and she leaked wee x
Pampers are great for small babies bums. Huggies and Asda's Little Angels are pretty good too.
Lidl are great/brill/cheap for bigger babies bums.
Sainsburys, Tescos and Aldi are really bad. They are very stiff nappies.
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