thread: Snibs??????

  1. #19
    Tigergirl1980 Guest

    I thought as much, it seems to be a pretty common thing and one that most can't stop from happening.

  2. #20
    katanya Guest

    whatever works i guess I agree with Kathryn on the changing thing

    I have never had nappy rash with the PUL covers, but they are much more expensive. Had had nappy rash with disposables..

    I belong to some a cloth nappy group and all swear by PUL or lanolised wool covers, worth having a look what is around and making the right choice for you!

  3. #21
    ok take 2 of going back to work.....

    Nov 2004
    Giving the gift of life to a friend..

    I used cloth nappies with DD the entire time she wore nappies, even when travelling in Indonesia, I just hnad washed them as I did my under wear, not a big deal really!

    She never got nappy rash at all ever *touch wood* & we used the snappi & plastics, once she grew out of the flannelette & snibs,

    I was told disposables prevented nappy rash, but I saw some really nasty looking crotches on friends kids that used disposables.
    I did change DD often as well & let her kick nappyless for a while whenever we could when changing.

    But I think it is just a case of lucky/unlucky!!!

  4. #22
    Tigergirl1980 Guest

    Thanks Shannon, to tell you the truth it would be such a relief if they didn't have cloth nappies. I was looking at fluffies the other day and it would seem (well in the Target I was looking in anyway) that not many people use them any more. The packing looked really old and they only had larger sizes and mostly had pink. So I would be so glad if I didn't have to bother with them because I am so totally clueless about cloth nappies.

    I look forward to hearing from you about them I appareciate all your info and your kindness.