I've just had delivery of a load of cloth nappies (went for little lambs fitted bamboo x10 and the one size v2 x2 just to test things out, as we're first timers!) luckily saved quite a bit through our local council's real nappy scheme they're all in the machine for pre washes now... A few questions... how is it best to deal with the poo? We have some paper disposable liners to try and also the fleece washable ones that they come with. The washable, do people tend to wash them off in the loo first, or soak them before going in the machine? How do you generally tackle it, as a routine? How many would we need roughly to go all cloth? We have a bulk pack of naty's disposables I was going to use at first for meconium poos/days out and then maybe alternate until we decide what's best, but I'm guessing we'd need more than 12 nappies to do complete cloth, right? We also have 3 of the little lamb wraps, but I'd heard mixed reviews about those... we're trying one disana wool wrap, but I worry about a lanolin allergy that some of our family have, so will have to see what happens - would be great if we could use those though! The last question (sorry!) is about the totsbots swimming nappy we got. I just haven't a clue... is there a lining it needs, or is it just that one thing they need to wear when out swimming? Apologies for the length of this lol - thanks in advance!