Re-usable Swim Nappies

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Re-usable Swim Nappies

Post: #201917 grubbysoles
Sun Jul 04, 2010 11:43 am

Hi All,

Just wondering if anyone can recommend a really good make of re-usable swim nappy? I got an extra large Kushies swim nappy, but Nya is such a little chunk that it's too small for her! (She's only 13 months old). I can't just fasten it looser as the velcro panels then rub against her skin and chafe her really badly. I've found the 'happy nappy' http://bit.ly/bjOila - has anyone used one of these? It looks comfy but I'm not sure if it will come up big enough as the biggest size is 12-24 months...

Any other recommendations would be wonderful!

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Re: Re-usable Swim Nappies

Post: #201952 growingthings
Sun Jul 04, 2010 11:17 pm

tbh I've bought Mothercares own swim nappy for my two girls, and I've never had any problems with them. They are slim fitting and pull on just like panties, plenty of elastic round the legs to keep anything unpleasant in. Not that either of them ever have done anything in the four years that we have been going swimming with babies...


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