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real nappy week... anyone doing anything?

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starlover Fri 17-Jun-05 16:34:57

i was just on the RNW website, and they have some fab ideas for raising awareness of using cloth...

is anyone doing anything?

starlover Fri 17-Jun-05 16:37:39

just looked at what's on in my area... and there's pretty much nothing!

misdee Fri 17-Jun-05 16:46:09

nothing in my area either.

jessicasmummy Fri 17-Jun-05 16:47:56

nothing here - although Jess did look SO cute in her new toddler sized Kushies today... so proud of my little girl!

starlover Sat 18-Jun-05 21:16:04

bit sucky isn't it.

misdee Sat 18-Jun-05 21:17:36

i'm going to parade dd3 around in clinic next week.

took in my forms to claim £40 freom council for using cloth, and lady on the desk knew nothign about it. i juast told her to send it to the waste aware dept as they'd know all about it.

starlover Sat 18-Jun-05 21:21:52

our council was giving away starter packs worth £100 and i forgot to claim mine. it was only up to 4 months old... but i just sent my form off in the vain hope that it'd be accepted and got my nappies!!!
i am so chuffed!

i am going to decorate DS's pram with nappies, and if it's hot he'll just wear his nappy and a t-shirt.

starlover Sat 18-Jun-05 21:22:24

reminded me i have a form for £30 cashback as well... but need to get it signed by health visitor

misdee Sat 18-Jun-05 21:22:40

u got them then?

starlover Sat 18-Jun-05 21:25:56

yeah this massive box arrived and i didn't know what it was and i was SO excited when i opened it! lol

misdee Sat 18-Jun-05 21:26:42

wish i liveds in your council area. was it pre-folds or what?

bubble99 Sat 18-Jun-05 21:34:20

Can I be a part-time real nappy user? Or is this encouraging my 4 month old to be the youngest ever fashion victim? Before anyone leaps for my throat I'm being light-hearted in my observation that they do look so much cuter than disposables. Elijah was wearing just a nappy and T-shirt for most of today and, if I'd had any, I would have been tempted to put him in real nappies.

misdee Sat 18-Jun-05 21:40:12

do u want to try out a couple of tots bots and ME wraps bubble? i am going to be selling my size ones soon, as prefer using size 2's.

bubble99 Sat 18-Jun-05 21:43:40

I'm mystified by the offer misdee As a horribly poseur-ish potential user I have no idea how these things work. Can I get a Gucci version?

starlover Sat 18-Jun-05 21:44:57

no! i thought it was going to be cottom bottoms.
but it was 5 sandys, 5 MEOS, 2 motherease wraps, disposable liners, tea tree oil and a baby wipe!

bubble... feel free to join us! btw... when was elijah born? if it was feb, then you should join our feb post-natal thread!

misdee Sat 18-Jun-05 21:45:13

haha. i onyl have plain wet wraps suitable for your ds. unless you fancy some pink gingham wrap .

seriosuly i can send you 2 nappies and one wrap. just send them back when your done. unless he is monster huge baby by now.

misdee Sat 18-Jun-05 21:46:02

dd3 was born feb, but i am on the m,arch board as she was due then and had already got to know everyone on there.

bubble99 Sat 18-Jun-05 21:47:46

I'll do that starlover, as long as it's a good old rowdy thread

starlover Sat 18-Jun-05 21:48:13

yeah.. i made friends on the due in Jan thread, but DS came late, so we joined the Feb post-natal one!!!

misdee Sat 18-Jun-05 21:49:17

i just cant tear myself away from the march board . will pop into the feb one.

btw the fuzzi turned up. its lovely.

starlover Sat 18-Jun-05 21:51:58

oh excellent... glad you liked it

misdee Sat 18-Jun-05 21:53:42

i like fuzzi's. was never able to get nappies big enough for dd2 so stucks with tots bots size 3 and ME wraps. so am making up for saviung moeny with dd2 and spending lkoads on dd3 lol.

starlover Sat 18-Jun-05 21:54:20

i love them... they're expensive though. but it's nice not to have to bother with separate wrap sometimes isn't it

misdee Sat 18-Jun-05 21:56:18

they are good for days out. have been using fuzzis and womnderoos all day today as was at mieows.

the shaped and wraps hold more tho i find. and containment is better.

starlover Sat 18-Jun-05 21:56:56

yeah i agree with B/F poo especially! DS is mixed fed now, and we've started weaning... so not so much leaky poo!!!

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