One of the great things about the Mother Nature All-in-One nappy is that it’s adjustable. You can adjust the nappy and use it for a toddler and a newborn (after a wash, obviously ) Which is exactly what I did. Although given Jaydon’s and Kyla’s size, I didn’t have to adjust it by much.
I found that positioning the nappy and booster pad was easier on Jaydon than on Kyla. It’s easier to guess where boys wee in the nappy Or so I’ve found. He looked so cute in the nappy. There is something about the cloth nappy that makes them so very cute.
The first time I put it on him, I left the nappy on its tallest setting. I found that for him, this worked best at night. He has not leaked through the nappy once. That to me is amazing. He has leaked through disposables numerous times, but not through the Mother Nature All-in-One nappy.
The nappy has a lovely snug fit around the leg, which really helps to alleviate any leakage. Even on a smaller baby, the nappy did not appear bulky and I did not have to put him in a larger clothing size order to accommodate the nappy. I had been warned that larger clothing sizes were necessary for cloth nappy babies, but was relieved and happy to discover that this was not the case.
For newborn poos, I did find it necessary to soak the nappy in hot water and bicarbonate of soda. This soaking was sufficient to remove any and all stains off of the nappy.
Having dipped my toes into the world of cloth diapering, the decision to go this route no longer seems as daunting