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Thread: Please help me understand the acronyms and the differences

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    Default Please help me understand the acronyms and the differences

    Hey guys... new mum to be here. I know I want to use cloth nappies or more specificly not disposable and thought this would be a great place to get info as NO ONE I know uses cloth! So can't go to anyone for info.

    The problem is I am very very confused about all the acronyms and differences. Could someone post what the basic differences are and why you would use one type over another or post a link if this is already a sticky/post?



    Thanks in advance
    Onja

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    Here you go hun.

    Help for new users

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    Default Still confused

    Hey there thank you for the link - did a bit of reading and it looks like some very good info there...

    Prob is the people who are asking the questions still seem to be up on all these acrynms..

    OSFA
    OSFM
    Spousie
    MSN

    Sorry guess you guys are all used to these terms but feel like I have entered wonderland

    Also says something at the top of that post about not being able to attach the glossary...

    Thanks again

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    One Size Fits All
    One Size Fits Most
    Sposie - disposable nappy
    MSN - not sure

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    MCN = Modern cloth nappy (MSN?)

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    Aghh yeah MCN

    Thanks Bernice, Kim & Kate will continue on my quest to find which ones to use for newborns (much easier now I understand the lingo!)

    Cheers
    Onja

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