what brand of nappy do you use?

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  1. Katerpillar

    Katerpillar Mammy to 1 cheeky monkey!

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    Mine three!!!!
     
  2. kelkel

    kelkel 2 boys under 2

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    i use huggies for both my kids.. they both break out and get rashes in every other brand..
    However i use coupons and get them at cvs (im in the US) for 2 kids being in diapers i spendx about 10$ a week MAX on diapers.. i stock up when they r on sale and i have coupons.. b4 i started using coupons i spend at least 20$ a week
     
  3. cupcaker

    cupcaker Well-Known Member

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    Pampers, I tend to get one poo a day but I'd say 50 percent of the time it ends up on clothes and that's from 'expensive' nappies by supermarket brand standards. I continue to use them simply because they are excellent for keeping him dry with wee and he's never had nappy rash plus they look and feel nice quality in my opinion. But yes poo does tend to squidge out the top still wondering if perhaps it's the fit now. Might try a size up :-s
     
  4. oboeverity

    oboeverity Mummy to Ted and Willem

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    We use cloth... All in ones for my almost pt two year old and two parters on my newborn xx
     
  5. hopeful4bfp

    hopeful4bfp Well-Known Member

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    w used pampers swaddlers for the longest but she would pee through them at night. Now we use luvs and luvs them:haha: (we are in the usa).. we spend maybe $20 a month.. Noiee hasnt even had poo explosions.. we struggle more with constipation so I cant comment on the ability to hold that in
     
  6. hapi2bhealthy

    hapi2bhealthy Mummy to 1 princess

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    cloth!! :haha: best thing ever!
     

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  7. BabyDragon

    BabyDragon Expecting my rainbow baby

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    I use either Huggins, pampers, or luv, whatever is on sale, and I stock pile to last awhile. I think I get great deals at amazon, through their mom program. I'm getting 4 boxes of pampers Baby dry diapers, size 4 for only $0.15 per diaper ($21 for 140 diapers.). I figure she'll be in that size the longest. Right now I am trying to quickly get through 3/4 of a 176 pack of Huggies, since she is growing way too quick at 8m... But we were gifted w. two of those huge boxes. Free diapers... I'm not picky! So far, she has received a lot of boxes as gifts!
     
  8. Midnight_Fairy

    Midnight_Fairy New baby J

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    Currently got baby dry due to tesco glitch but switch between babydry/tescos x
     
  9. Bevziibubble

    Bevziibubble Well-Known Member
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    Aldi Mamia. They're awesome :)


    Occasionally I use cloth nappies too.
     
  10. ellie27

    ellie27 Well-Known Member

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    Hehe! Love tesco glitches!!

    I ordered 18 packs of the babydry on monday, for home delivery, £2.93 (plus £23 worth of tesco clubcard points)

    20 packs arrived in the parcel!! 820 nappies for £2.93!


    I bulk buy nappies when I get a good offer, like above, generally its pampers, but my last bulk buy was Boots own superdry nappies (Boots glitch!!) worked out as £2.70 per pack of 50!
     
  11. Nic64

    Nic64 Well-Known Member

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    I've tried everything and stil have poop explosions! I moved to the next size up and this has helped!

    I am gonna try reuseable nappys also tho! X
     
  12. Indi84

    Indi84 Well-Known Member

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    I never found pampers any better and they smell weird! I like tesco own and little angels but then they work great for us!
     
  13. Iveneverseen

    Iveneverseen Well-Known Member

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    We use Pampers Baby Dry never had a problem with them.
    Used pampers since day 1 and he's 16 months now.
    Tried a couple other brands but thease were the best for us.
     

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