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 Post subject: Becoming an Eco Mummy!
PostPosted: 27 Feb 2010 15:22 

Joined: 23 Feb 2010 19:08
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Location: Evesham, West Midlands
I have decided to ditch disposable nappies and start using resuable nappies and wipes! After reading an article from the Telegraph; I couldn't belive it. After sitting down and working out; on average a parent spends close to £800 in the first two years on nappies; using close to 6000 nappies in the first two years!
I am so excited about becoming an eco friendly mummy!
I have ordered my nappies & wipes; I just can't wait for them to arrived!

I have chosen to use Lollipop Pop'n'Gro as it is an easy nappy to use and it will adjust as Jack grows. I just wish I started using them sooner. They are going to save me loads of money!!

The pop'n'gro is made with highly absorbent microfibe which is covered in supersoft fleece lining which means Jack will always be dry and comfortable. Each nappy comes with 2 booster; but can be used unboosted too.

I think I have found a super deal too. I have ordered a night and day pack which includes:

* 10 pop'n'gro nappies
* 5 bamboo nappies
* 2 covers
* 200 liners

All this for just £175!! (Which works out to be roughly £11.66 per nappy!)
Is this good value? And do you think it will be worth it?


Louise & Jack

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