Switching to cloth?

Discussion in 'Alternative Parenting' started by JD.Deedee, Oct 11, 2016.

  1. JD.Deedee

    JD.Deedee Well-Known Member

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    I've always used ordinary nappies, my oh is squeamish about poo and he's even threw away a onesie just because it was a faff getting his nappy changed which proper annoyed me. But he's now 3 years and 4 months and due to him being severely delayed in speech and previous attempts to potty train him just gone no where. Now this has played on my mind several times but would it be worth getting a cloth nappy so he more gets the idea that it's uncomfortable when he soiled himself with it being cloth and thus feeling more like normal clothing? Aside from the fact that it's costing me about a tenner every week and a half buying three packs of nappies!! Which cloth nappy would be best and how do I go about trying this out? He's in size 6+ especially the Asda surpreme dry as they don't cut in his groins like pampers do as the part to fasten is is slimmer compared to the Asda ones, in other words he's growing into size 4 years old 104cms.




     
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