Have you read Wellbeing Magazine? Whether you are a long time reader or new to this high quality lifestyle mag you are gonna love the talk of cloth nappies in their latest issue #183. Including a run down of the different types of nappies, single use and cloth it is full of great information.
It’s one of the best, well written articles on cloth nappies I’ve seen in recent times, and as luck would have it – I’ve got two copies I would love to give away! ❤️
“Changing nappies is arguably one of the least favourite parenting jobs – and if you’ve ever been on the receiving end of a “poonami” you’ll know why… Thankfully we have nappies, which are there to collect all matter of posterior body waste until your baby is toilet trained.”
“Nappies come in many different materials and styles and they can be reusable or single use [disposable]. Single-use nappies are usually made with synthetic polymers and wood pulp. Reusable nappies are made from cotton, terrycloth, bamboo, fleece, hemp or muslin.”
The article goes on to explain the history of nappies, all the options available to new parents and a run-down of the types of cloth nappies, with change time and toilet training tips including elimination communication. It’s so refreshing to see some really helpful and straight forward information about nappies!
Excerpts from the article have been shared with permission from Wellbeing Magazine/UMCO.
For your chance to WIN a copy…..
Head to our Facebook Community Group and check out the pinned post. We have 2 copies to give away so who knows, you might get the chance to make yourself a hot cup of tea, relax and read all about cloth too one day soon!
Entries close Sunday 9/11/19, winner will be announced here and contacted by email.