NHM Readers Recommend: Reusable Nappies

NHM Readers Recommend: Reusable Nappies

I recently had a question from an NHM Reader that I asked the NHM Community to help with: “I use reusable nappies, and would like to connect with mums nearby who do the same if you know of any”.

Many thanks for your replies, listed below in no particular order.

Please bear in mind that listings may change in subsequent years, but hopefully they will still be a good base point for your own research.

NHM Readers Recommend: Reusable Nappies

Karen said: The Basingstoke nappy library. There’s a Facebook page. You’ll find cloth nappy users at the sling library too and look for attachment parenting Basingstoke (I think that’s what it’s called) we’ve moved now but was a lovely group with lots of cloth nappy users.

I expect if you join BOBBIES Basingstoke there will be some too.

Genni Elliot said:  I do and you’ll also find me at the sling library!

Amie said: Sorry jumping in on post, can someone recommend a company they use and where to start….expecting twins 😳 also considering expecting twins am I biting off more than I can chew considering I’m going to have my hands full?? Thanks!

Helen replied to Amie:  I did cloth with my son. We used a mix. Pop-ins and bambino miosolos but to be honest it’s really trial and error which is why the nappy library is so good

And Karen replied to Amie: Check out the nappy lady Amie, loads of great advice.

Catie said:  I do cloth nappies and love them! It’s really not that much more work than disposables, and with twins you stand to save even more money and environment! The nappy library is super helpful explaining the different types and their features and benefits.

Emma said: I use them with my 2.5 yr old😊

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