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Recommendation for swim nappies

(11 Posts)
lacebell Wed 23-Feb-05 17:33:14

Can anyone recommend a swim nappy for a 10 week old girl?

mrspink27 Wed 23-Feb-05 17:34:13

are you looking for disposable or washable?

Fastasleep Wed 23-Feb-05 17:35:21

Boots do swim nappies of all sizes, the one I have is washable... you can get them integrated into trunks/swim suits from Boots too if you fancy splashing out!

lunavix Wed 23-Feb-05 17:36:13

We got our one for ds when he was that small from either mothercare or boots.

His current one is from snazzypants, a reusable nappy website, the make is brightbots which is australian - I trust them, they swim a lot!

It's lovely

tassis Wed 23-Feb-05 17:41:16

BHS and mothercare sell washable ones that we've got on very well with.

fisil Wed 23-Feb-05 18:11:03

Aquanappies are excellent - they've even held in very runny poos on occasion!

fisil Wed 23-Feb-05 18:11:24

we got ours from John Lewis

Furball Wed 23-Feb-05 20:51:47

Theres one Here in the sale too!

We just bought our re-usable from the local pool.

Mum2Ela Wed 23-Feb-05 20:54:49

The one furball linked too I had for DD when she was ickle. Have just bought the boys version for DS 16 weeks). I find them to be fab. Tho when on holiday I also take disposables. Asda do disposable swim nappies that are cheap in comparison to some of the others.

Chuffed Thu 24-Feb-05 19:49:26

The kushies (kooshies) swim nappy is great. It does up across the front like disposables so if you do have poop it doesn't end up all down the legs like with the mothercare ones that you pull up.

lacebell Fri 25-Feb-05 14:19:58

Thank you everyone. Just enrolled DD at aquatots with DH. They'll be going while I have a lie-in on saturdays.

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