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SWIM NAPPIES

(8 Posts)
SnoopDog Mon 15-Sep-08 21:40:39

which are best?

is it right that huggies only start at about 16lb?

where can i buy 0-3 month swim nappies?

thanks smile

Furball Tue 16-Sep-08 06:20:10

mothercare? they do more girlie ones if thats what you wanted, but thought these a really good price.

LuLuBai Tue 16-Sep-08 12:18:42

Boots do their own brand ones too (a little cheaper than Huggies I found). Just bought a pack but haven't tried them yet.

HensMum Tue 16-Sep-08 12:20:11

I used Huggies on DS from when he was 12 weeks and 12lbs and they fitted fine. I think they do XS now though.
Now we just use trunks from Mothercare with built in nappy.

LuLuBai Tue 16-Sep-08 12:39:49

depends on your pool. Some insist on swim nappies and others are happy with the built in nappy. Worth checking as much cheaper to buy a cossie with a built in nappy in the long run.

cheesesarnie Tue 16-Sep-08 12:40:46

id go for reusable swim nappy.much cheaper.and ofcourse nicer for enviroment.

Seona1973 Tue 16-Sep-08 13:48:56

huggies swimmers come in an XS size which is from about 7lbs (I have seen them in Tesco and Asda). Mothercare do reusable swim nappies which are from about 11 lbs and thats what we ended up using for ds as we go swimming most weekends.

SnoopDog Tue 16-Sep-08 16:51:32

prize goes to seona grin

<<hands box of chocs>>

tesco (tesco extra) do indeed stock huggies XS

thankyou very muchly smile

mothercare were adamant huggies didnt come in XS

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