Wonderoos Pocket Nappies Reviews
Product Type: Wonderoos baby products
Description:Brand: Wonderoos / Type: Nappies / One size pocket nappy.
Newest Review: ... shape gives the promise of a little bit more protection I suppose. It is very gently elasticated around the legs ensuring no ... more
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Customer Wonderoos Pocket Nappies Reviews (2)
by - written on 30/07/09 (Very useful, 133 readings)
I bought one of these about a year ago for my daughter when I was starting to sample different sorts of nappy. This one is known as a pocket nappy and it's a one size (it will fit from birth to potty (approx 8-35lb) using the various poppers positioned on the front of the nappy). The nappy comes in a variety of different pastel & bright shades and you can either buy it 'empty', or complete with two inserts, depending on where you shop. As with many pocket nappies, the Wonderoos has a soft PUL outer cover which is waterproof, and a lovely soft fleecey inner which is soft against your baby's bottom and wicks away any moisture keeping their bum dry. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/08 (Very useful, 424 readings)
When I was pregnant with our daughter, the thought of throwing 5000 nappies into landfill sites during her first two years totally appalled me. I'm not a big environmental crusader, in fact I'm not particularly environmentally minded at all, but the thought of pile and piles of dirty nappies lying around our countryside helped me make the decision to at least give washable nappies a try. For the first 6 weeks, the washable nappy plans went out the window, as we struggled with sleepless nights and enjoyed getting to know our daughter. But once those 6 weeks were over, I renewed my plans to try real nappies and bought a starter kit of Wonderoos by Hip Hip Baby. The ... Read the complete review
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