10 reusable little lamb birth to potty one size nappies £50 @ Littlelamb
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10 reusable little lamb birth to potty one size nappies £50 @ Littlelamb

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Found 7th May 2014
OneSize nappy - 10 for £50!

This is the newest version OneSize pocket nappy from LittleLamb.

We've upgraded the boosters and the fit. 

The nappy now comes with two super-absorbent bamboo boosters and the fit has been lengthened in the rise.

The cover is made from a s-t-r-e-t-c-h-y knit fabric and coupled with a clever snap configuration you can alter the size and fit as your baby grows.

The pocket on the inside of the nappy lets you slide in the boosters prior to fitting onto baby. 
 

The soft lining that sits next to baby’s skin is a super-soft microfleece that draws away moisture into the bamboo boosters, protecting baby’s skin.

Each OneSize pocket nappy now comes complete with two of our famous bamboo boosters. As there are no bulky seams on the boosters they dry faster than the equivilent made from cotton and they are so much more absorbent.
 

WIth pocket nappies the most important thing is to get the boosting right for your baby's need, a light wetter may only need one booster, most will need two. Three are recommended for overnight.
 

The elastic is super-soft to prevent chaffing baby's delicate skin and we have gone to great lengths to find an American-made elastic that with proper laundry care will last and last.

This latest version has a higher rise and feedback suggests they fit best from 10lbs to 30lbs (4.5kgs to 14kgs).

Made in Turkey and compliant with all EU safety regulations - as you would expect from a UK nappy company!
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wish a deal like this was on when my little one was born!
My sister is using these for her baby, he started wearing them at 7lb14 and they are fab!
RosieWoo

My sister is using these for her baby, he started wearing them at 7lb14 … My sister is using these for her baby, he started wearing them at 7lb14 and they are fab!



How many would she advise getting and how many additional liners etc? Also, has ahe tried the flushable liners at all? thanks in advance!
Original Poster
We were recomended around 18-24 depending on baby. So we have gone for 20. But we also have a trial pack with 2 in (some local governments gives these out so worth ring and finding out we got our trial pack from Leicestershire County council)
They're good nappies but it's worth checking to see if there's a nappy library near you before buying as not all nappies will suit all babies/lifestyles. Most nappy libraries will have Little Lamb pockets to borrow.
Last time I posted a reusable nappy deal from close parent for pop in nappies , the mods removed it saying it's trading from a home address (close parent and little lamb are two of the leading brands for bamboo nappies). So I am glad to see this deal staying on and getting hot!
danielchirnside

How many would she advise getting and how many additional liners etc? … How many would she advise getting and how many additional liners etc? Also, has ahe tried the flushable liners at all? thanks in advance!



I used flushable liners until LO was around 6 months . Once they are on solids the poo is much easier to get off and I don't bother using liners. So I would say just buy a roll and see how you get . ( I overstocked and didn't use them all).
The little lamb does sized bamboo nappies (not the ones mentioned above) come with one booster and one fleece liner . Personally I found cloth liners a hassle to use when they are purely on milk since washing them can be a chore and I preferred using flushables. But again this is personal preference .
Save yourself alot of time and effort and buy disposable nappies. They dont cost that much.
666FU

Save yourself alot of time and effort and buy disposable nappies. They … Save yourself alot of time and effort and buy disposable nappies. They dont cost that much.



Disposables are much more expensive (£1 per day for many months) and not as kind on LO's skin; but thanks for your helpful addition to the post.....


....not! ;-)
wipeout1319

We were recomended around 18-24 depending on baby. So we have gone for … We were recomended around 18-24 depending on baby. So we have gone for 20. But we also have a trial pack with 2 in (some local governments gives these out so worth ring and finding out we got our trial pack from Leicestershire County council)



Thank you; I'll call the local authoriy and ask :-)
rachel_khan

They're good nappies but it's worth checking to see if there's a nappy … They're good nappies but it's worth checking to see if there's a nappy library near you before buying as not all nappies will suit all babies/lifestyles. Most nappy libraries will have Little Lamb pockets to borrow.



Nappy library, you say? Thanks; I'll take a look :-)
blkwhte

I used flushable liners until LO was around 6 months . Once they are on … I used flushable liners until LO was around 6 months . Once they are on solids the poo is much easier to get off and I don't bother using liners. So I would say just buy a roll and see how you get . ( I overstocked and didn't use them all). The little lamb does sized bamboo nappies (not the ones mentioned above) come with one booster and one fleece liner . Personally I found cloth liners a hassle to use when they are purely on milk since washing them can be a chore and I preferred using flushables. But again this is personal preference .



TY. Our LO is still very little (4 weeks), but growing rapidly - as they do!

Would these be ok with disposable liners, do you think? I notice that each nappy comes with 2 bamboo liners too :-)
danielchirnside

TY. Our LO is still very little (4 weeks), but growing rapidly - as they … TY. Our LO is still very little (4 weeks), but growing rapidly - as they do! Would these be ok with disposable liners, do you think? I notice that each nappy comes with 2 bamboo liners too :-)



My LO was ok with it . Of course fleece definitely feels better against the baby bums but flushables are less work for the mommas These nappies are birth to potty so I've heard people having problems with BTP nappies about the fit not being perfect until babies are around 2 months maybe. I went for shaped size 1 nappies which fitted until LO was around 5 months (it depends on weight of you LO) then moved to birth to potty nappies. As someone suggested above you could try nappy libraries first if you are not sure what will suit your LO. But generally good reviews for the nappies mentioned above so you should be good .

Oh and by the way the nappy comes with bamboo boosters not liners. The boosters are the absorbent bit of your nappy while the liners keep the bums dry and hold the poo so that it does not reach the nappy.
666FU

Save yourself alot of time and effort and buy disposable nappies. They … Save yourself alot of time and effort and buy disposable nappies. They dont cost that much.



You have no idea how cute and addictive reusable nappies can be. I got in with the idea of it being cost effective and being kinder on baby bums theory... But then I found there are prints available and they are so cute that you end up "collecting" prints which can become a pretty expensive hobby!!

And really it's not all that hard work - if you are a stay at home mom. For working moms yes an additional bit of laundry can be tough maybe!
I've got the older version of these & they're great. I found that they seemed huge when she was little so I bought shaped little lambs ones, and started using these properly when she was 17lb & more active (shaped are more fiddly). Great price. I use flush able liners now but fleecy when it was just milk poos. I use disposables at night though. I work full time, as does hubby & we find it manageable, put them on after baby's bedtime, put out before we go ourselves. The sell second hand for a fair price so you'll recoup some of this money after xx
666FU

Save yourself alot of time and effort and buy disposable nappies. They … Save yourself alot of time and effort and buy disposable nappies. They dont cost that much.



In environmental terms they do!!
danielchirnside

How many would she advise getting and how many additional liners etc? … How many would she advise getting and how many additional liners etc? Also, has ahe tried the flushable liners at all? thanks in advance!



She has 20 of these, and was given a few others from a friend. She uses 2 bamboo pads in each nappy. I think she bought a pack or 2 extra of the bamboo pads as they take longer to dry than the outer. She's not using the flushable liners, nappies wash extremely well with no staining.

Only thing I will say is when out and about they get very heavy and take a lot of room up in your bag as you obviously can't throw them away when used! She takes disposables on days out!

The elastic is super-soft to prevent chaffing baby's delicate skin...

Suppose that's one way of sorting the wheat from the chaff, especially when you compare them to "equivilent" brands
Nappies for lambs, whatever next! Pigs in blankets?oO
I used Tots Bots bamboozles on my first and have just bought some of the latest bamboozle stretch ones in size 2 (bought old size 2's second hand, so upgrading). My Council (Swansea) offer £100 to buy reusable nappies, which is even better than the £50 last time. I bought mine from Boots currently 3 for 2 and used a 10% off code. Wraps are also needed.

Didn't like disposable liners at all, as I found they just got twisted up and still got poo on the nappy and they ended up more of a faff. Bought some lovely colourful fleece ones on ebay instead.

Tots Bots all in one Easyfits are currently on offer in Tesco as well, but neither of the above offers as cheap as the Little Lamb ones.

I'm sure the breast pads I got last time were Little Lamb and they were very good.
blkwhte

You have no idea how cute and addictive reusable nappies can be. I got in … You have no idea how cute and addictive reusable nappies can be. I got in with the idea of it being cost effective and being kinder on baby bums theory... But then I found there are prints available and they are so cute that you end up "collecting" prints which can become a pretty expensive hobby!!And really it's not all that hard work - if you are a stay at home mom. For working moms yes an additional bit of laundry can be tough maybe!



Dads can't do laundry? I feel sorry.
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