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Advice please! On how to use my starter pack!

(7 Posts)
guineamango Tue 25-Aug-09 13:47:26

I have previously only used pocket nappies. I have just purchased a starter pack with various types of nappy in.
Can anyone advise me on how to use them?!
I have:
Diddy Diaper by nature babies
Bumbletots size 2
Little lamb size 2
Mother ease one size

Also a nature babies wrap
Little lamb wrap
Large Mother ease wrap
Bamboo inserts/liners?

Are any of these suitable for a new born? Baby due Dec so hopefully plenty of time to figure it all out!
Do they all need wraps?
Thanks in advance

BornToFolk Tue 25-Aug-09 13:51:56

Did you not get any instructions?

Out of those, I've only used the Little Lambs. Size 2 is bigger than size 1 so probably not suitable for newborns (DS is 22 months and 32lbs and still fits into his!)

But to use it, you just add a liner and a booster if needed, put it on, and put the Little Lamb wrap over the top.

thisisyesterday Tue 25-Aug-09 13:53:43

your diddy diaper, pre-folds and meo will be ok on a newborn although the MEO will be pretty bulky.

all of them need a wrap and a liner.
i tend to use fleece liners as they keep baby's skin drier

you will only need the inserts if you need to add to the absorbency

guineamango Tue 25-Aug-09 13:57:57

Thanks nappy experts! No instructions as I brought from gumtree all brand new though!

Octothechildherder Wed 26-Aug-09 13:52:27

Lots of the nappy sites have user guides - so does the Go real site smile

guineamango Wed 26-Aug-09 21:23:34

Thanks I'll try that. Just the bumbletot I need info on now!

Octothechildherder Wed 26-Aug-09 21:27:18

I would email them at nappynation as they have now closed the business but the site says they are still accepting emails.

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