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These LittleLamb cotton nappies were first introduced over a decade ago- a true classic!Apart from the initial purchase price advantage they work out very, very cheap on cost-per-wear. We have had feedback from parents who have put our standard cotton nappies through four babies and then sold them on. The Little Lamb Cotton Nappies are built to last in a throw away age.
Size 1 fits babies from around 7lbs - 20lbs (3kgs - 9kgs) which is generally the age range newborn to nine months.
Size 2 fits babies from around 20lbs-38lbs (9kgs -17kgs) which should fit babies from about seven months to potty training. Littlelamb nappies are also available in size 3 which fits from 35lbs/16kgs. We sell very few size 3's as most babies are dry before they need them.
Caring for this nappy is simple. Always use the dry bucket system (this means no soaking, no bleaching- just pop any poo down the loo then fold over the Velcro onto the laundry tabs and pop it into the bucket with the lid on to prevent any pong) then when you have a days worth of nappies (or two if you have enough), chuck it all into the washing machine with half a scoop of powder. When your machine has done all the hard work for you dry the nappies either on the line or in the dryer.
Size 1 - 7-20lbs/3-9kgs
Size 2 - 20-38lbs/9-17kgs
Size 3 - from 35lbs/16kgs
Waterproof Cover: These nappies require a separate waterproof cover. We can recommend the Blueberry Capri and Little Lamb Nappy Wrap. Unlike the nappy however, these will only need changing when damp or soiled so you should only need a few covers in total.
Liners: You may choose to use disposable liners inside your nappies to help with the removal of solids, however these are optional and are not essential.
Nappy Bucket or Hanging Pail: Any lidded bucket or hanging pail can be used to store your wet nappies. There is no need for soaking, they can be thrown into the empty bucket or bag ready for wash day. If using a bucket, mesh bags or pail liners can be used to make transferral of your nappies from the bucket to the machine really easy.
Wet Nappy Bag:This is a waterproof bag to be kept in your changing bag that can be used to store your wet nappies when you are out and about. We recommend the Smart Tote
Boosters: These are optional and may be used if your child is a heavy wetter, or for night-time boosting. Our fabulous range of nappy boosters can be seen here
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Great but super bulky!
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1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Good value but prefer bamboo or micro fibre alternatives.
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
These nappies are great for night time use.
2 of 6 people found this review helpful.
I love these! I use a LL Bamboo and Blueberry wrap combo on my little one, and whilst I agree with other people who say these come out a little bigger on baby, I have never had a leakage issue with them. I used LL Bamboos on my eldest, and three years on, have just started re-stocking my supplies (why oh why did I sell all my old ones?). The elastic around the legs is tight, but not constricting, ensuring a snug yet "safe" fit, whilst having a generous velcro waist, all sized tums are catered for. They can come up a little short on the waist, and my Size 1s won't last me very long before I need to switch up to size 2s, but considering the absorbancy, I won't swap them out.They need a good few pre-washes to get optimal absorbancy, and due to the absorbance value, they do take a little while to dry which can be a pain. However, my little man seems to have happier skin wearing these, so a little investment in a few extra nappies is worthwhile.
4 of 9 people found this review helpful.
I have these in bamboo and microfibre as well, so I combine the three since all of them have different drying time. All are great, very easy to use and I'm very pleased, but since I have a chunky baby I think I'll have to go for a size 2 very soon.
6 of 9 people found this review helpful.
These nappies look so cute on, they can be bulky but fit nice around legs and tum. We do have the ll wrap but prefer a blueberry for these nappies. It does get completely we so a long liner is best. The liners that come with it are very soft and was FAB.
11 of 13 people found this review helpful.
Bought these for my grandson, he and his mum are very happy with them. Thank you
10 of 15 people found this review helpful.
The main inconvenience of this kind of nappy under my point of view is that : when baby pee all nappy become wet, so it means either around the legs and on the bottom of the stomac, I suppose but I don't know exactly that it could help to create more nappy rush, overall with sensitive skin babies.In other hand it takes to long to be dry. I'm from spain, it's sunny and It took 2 days.However I think it could be a good option for not chunky babies (otherways is a bit uncomfortable). And not for heavy weaters, as I mentioned it becomes wet really soon.This nappy is such a cloud fall from the sky, so so soft and so so cumbersome.Unfortunatly not as good as I though, at least for us.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
This is the best price for these nappies that I've found. By the time you've bought flats and added in the cost of liners you might as well have bought these nappies.They're not as flexible as flats, but really easy to use. The size 1 will last longer than other newborn nappies because you can add in the booster (other size 1 nappies still fit after three months, but the absorbency isn't enough any more).I know the bamboo is the most popular, but I prefer the cotton. It washes well at high temperatures, it dries faster and it's nice and cool in summer. It's ever so slightly more bulky, but that cute cloth bum is why you're using cloth nappies in the first place, right?
12 of 21 people found this review helpful.
These nappies are great value and dry faster than the bamboo ones. I've bought all my nappies from Fill Your Pants and had great service, only issue I had recently was with a free gift that I really wanted, I deliberately ordered over the threshold but the free gift didn't come. When I asked about this by email, after over 2 weeks I got no response so emailed again, then I was told that as I'd added pants points the gift was removed from the basket. I didn't realise that's what had happened and wanted the gift not the points. I was disappointed by the slow response and no gift or offer to rectify this.
19 of 36 people found this review helpful.
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