Has everyone started thinking about what nappies you'll use yet? I'm determined to make washable nappies work for me and have decided to try the mothercare smart nappies. I bought a starter pack today cos it had £10 off and I wanted to have a play with them. My husband thinks I'm a crazy nappy lady already! I've read mixed reviews on them, but overall it seems positive and I like the fact that you can choose to use a washable inner pad or use a disposable one - easier when you're out and about. The sizes confused me a bit though. Newborn is for babies 4-11lbs and Small is for 6-13lbs. I know I'll need more than one starter pack to use them full time, so for now I bought a pack of Small, hoping that they'll be ok for a newborn who is normal weight. Do you think that's ok? The only other difference I can see is that the newborn ones have a bit cut out for the umbilical cord. Do you think the ones without that bit cut out will hurt baby? I might buy a pack of newborn ones too, or maybe I'll just use eco disposables at first to make things easier. The local real nappy network offer a cheap starter pack of different brands of washable nappy, so maybe I'll give those a try too! Another thing I'm thinking about is baby wipes. I've seen adverts for washable wipes but I'm not sure if that's just one step too far in the ickiness stakes. What do you think? If I'm washing nappies anyway, it won't be extra work, but I'm just not sure it's worth it. The big thing in favour of them is that I'm the kind of person who uses far too much tissue/cotton wool etc so it would probably work out a lot cheaper and much better for the environment if I get washable ones. Please share your thoughts!