Real Nappy Week 2010 comp – Win Cloth Nappies worth £100 !

This year Real Nappy Week is all about “going real together”  sharing your experiences with others, sharing your cloth nappy pictures.  Help us promote Real Nappies this year by entering the Babi Pur competition and encouraging your friends to do so too.  The winner will be chosen at random and can chose any nappies from our website up to the value of £100!To enter, all you need to do is comment on this post with your answer to this question “In your opinion, what is the best advantage of using cloth nappies compared to disposables?”

BONUS ENTRIES: For bonus entries please leave a separate comment for each of the following you have done :

  • BECOME A FANof BabiPur on Facebook
  • ADDfan pictures of your babies in Cloth Nappies or Cloth nappies drying on the line to BabiPur on Facebook
  • FOLLOW BabiPur on Twitter
  • TELL YOUR FRIENDS about this competition on any UK forum (separate entry for each one)
  • CREATE AN ACCOUNT & tick to receive our newsletters here
  • COMMENT leave a comment on any posts relating to Nappies on this blog
  • REVIEW any  Washable Nappy on our website
  • RETWEET this post

It is important that you leave separate comments as each comment number is counted as an entry!

All entries need to be with us before 11.59pm on the 2nd of May 2010

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324 Responses

  1. Elizabeth Burton says:

    Besides the obvious environmental and cost benefits, I have to say that I love the huge variety of colours and patterns these come it! Bit superficial I know, but the bright designs really cheer me up!

  2. Elizabeth Burton says:

    I’m already a fan on Facebook, and have been for a while!

  3. Elizabeth Burton says:

    And I’m already following on Twitter @missielizzieb :0)

  4. Elizabeth Burton says:

    I’ll retweet your post.

  5. Laura says:

    Biggest advantage is the soft fabric against my little girl’s wee bum bum! Although the pretty prints are a VERY close second!

  6. Laura says:

    facebook fan

  7. Laura says:

    posted the competition link on forum (Baby and Bump -Natural Parenting section)

  8. Jen raff says:

    soft lovely natural fabrics closely followed by environmental concerns

  9. Jen raff says:

    facebook follower

  10. Jen raff says:

    twitter follower

  11. Louise Ford says:

    Biggest advantage is the money saved! My daughter is one on friday and I reckon we’ve saved around £200 already… and we didn’t exactly go for the cheapest option when it comes to nappies!

  12. Jen raff says:

    picture on facebook

  13. Adele says:

    The never ending range of fabrics, styles, colours, materials etc, regardless of the size shape or needs of your baby there will always be something that suits. Love them!

  14. Adele says:

    fan on facebook

  15. Louise Ford says:

    Became a fan on facebook

  16. Louise Ford says:

    Following you on twitter

  17. Donna B says:

    facebook fan

  18. Nuala says:

    I love the design and colours of cloth, way better than boring disposables!

  19. Nuala says:

    I’m a facebook fan

  20. Nuala says:

    I’ve uploaded a pic of my daughter on facebook

  21. Emma says:

    Not filling up the bins and landfill with stinky nappies.

  22. Emma says:

    Facebook fan

  23. Emma says:

    photo on facebook

  24. Jen raff says:

    retweeted

  25. sez says:

    not filling up landfills with horrible nappies, and cloth doesnt have them horrible chemicals in

  26. sez says:

    fb fan

  27. sez says:

    posted on fluffy swappers forum x

  28. Iona says:

    the colourful wraps make nappies fun! (that is, if a number 2 can ever be seen positively)

  29. Leanne says:

    The best thing is the lack of nappy rash, I couldn’t put any price on that.

  30. Leanne says:

    Facebook fan!

  31. Tanwen says:

    Also created an account and signed up for the newsletter

  32. Tanwen says:

    I’ve just Retweeted the post

  33. Tanwen says:

    I’m following BabiPur on Twitter

  34. Tanwen says:

    I’m a Facebook fan

  35. Tanwen says:

    The best advantage of cloth nappies is knowing that every little helps in ensuring there will be a world worth living in for your children and your children’s children.

  36. Adele says:

    picture on fb

  37. Kate Howard says:

    Facebook fan

  38. Kate Howard says:

    Picture of nappy of facebook

  39. Kate Howard says:

    Amongst many better reasons (eco, pretty, better at containing poo) they keep my MinL happy even if they aren’t quite Terry Towelling squares 🙂

  40. Joanne says:

    Best advantage…no landfill. I try to recycle as much as possible and would hate to see thousands of nappies go to landfill from my LO.

  41. Joanne says:

    Am a facebook fan

  42. Joanne says:

    follower on twitter @anothersquish

  43. Joanne says:

    Retweeted @anothersquish

  44. Joanne says:

    Already receive newsletters

  45. Joanne says:

    reveiwed Flip One-Size Cover with Organic Insert

  46. Sarah says:

    I’m already a fan of Babipur on facebook too!

  47. Sarah says:

    Not having a bin full of stinky dirty nappies to send to landfill every week. Also, I just love watching my little fella waddle about with his colourful cloth bum!

  48. Michelle F says:

    Facebook fan

  49. Michelle F says:

    twitter follower

  50. Michelle F says:

    its got to be the environmental aspect thats best, closely followed by the fabulously addictive colours and patterns…..

  51. Michelle F says:

    receive newsletter

  52. Michelle F says:

    retweeted you

  53. Michelle F says:

    added a photo to fb

  54. Michelle F says:

    reviewed flip nappy on website

  55. Michelle F says:

    commented on blog

  56. Denise Hope says:

    I’m a fan on facebook.

  57. Denise Hope says:

    I’ve added two fan pictures of my baby and his nappies 🙂

  58. Denise Hope says:

    I have an account and have subscribed to your newsletter.

  59. Denise Hope says:

    Best advantage to cloth nappies – not having nappy rash! I really noticed the difference when we switched to cloth nappies.

  60. michelle says:

    For me the best thing is that I know exactly what’s coming into contact with my baby, no nasty chemicals that give her rashes! Oh and never having that ‘we’ve run out of disposables at 4am and someone has to go to the shops for some more’ moment!

  61. michelle says:

    Facebook fan 🙂

  62. michelle says:

    Following on Twitter (miclare)

  63. michelle says:

    newsletter subscriber too!

  64. Ros says:

    Can’t decide what the best benefit is…so many! love the fact we can fit all our rubbish in the bin at its fortnightly collection, as its not stuffed over full of stinky nappies. Also that our kitchen bin doesn’t smell. Love the fact we’re helping to reduce landfill. Plus its cheaper (unless you can’t stop buying more cute nappies like me 😉 ). Also they smell lovely when they’re clean, disposables smell all chemically and nasty in my opinion, and more difficult to do the ‘smell’ test…all you Mummies and Daddies know what I mean, and I’m sure you’ve all done it to see if baby needs changing! And finally cos they are so cute looking! way nicer and more variety than disposables.

  65. Ros says:

    am also a facebook fan

  66. Ros says:

    and posted nappy pics on facebook

  67. Ros says:

    and have reviewed flip nappies

  68. Ros says:

    and I signed up for the newsletter

  69. Ros says:

    have commented on the blog

  70. Ros says:

    and have an account

  71. Ros says:

    best reason is probably reducing landfiull, followed by looking cute!

  72. Enola says:

    I think that the best benefit for us is knowing how comfy our baby’s little bum is. I’m so happy that he’s never had to have harsh chemicals or plasticky bits against his newborn skin 🙂
    Of course, there are tonnes of other benefits – no stinky bin, environmentally friendly, no running out of nappies, being able to custom boost them, how beautiful they look…I doubt anyone using disposables can get this much joy from nappies!!!

  73. Enola says:

    I’m a Facebook fan 🙂

  74. Enola says:

    Uploaded a cloth nappy photo to Facebook of Daniel in his Flip 🙂

  75. Enola says:

    I receive the newsletter 🙂

  76. Enola says:

    I reviewed Disposable Flip Inserts – 18 Pack on the website 🙂

  77. Enola says:

    I commented on ‘Why I Chose Cloth Nappies – as a First Time Mum’ 🙂

  78. Meg says:

    I love the way it quickly becomes an obsession – nobody ever gets obsessed by disposables.

  79. Meg says:

    Best thing? I love the way it quickly becomes an obsession – nobody ever becomes obsessed by collecting different types of disposables…

  80. Meg says:

    fan on facebook

  81. Simona says:

    free newborn skin

  82. Simona says:

    facebook fun

  83. Maria says:

    The cute factor! So soft and all these colours and patterns to choose from; it is extremely addictive 🙂

  84. nina says:

    never have to run out of nappies again 🙂

  85. Emma says:

    environmental benefits and cost

  86. Claire says:

    Twittered this as well.

  87. Claire says:

    fan on facebook

  88. Claire says:

    The best advantage of using reusable nappies is (that along with the fact that they look super cute on babies) that I’m not contributing to an already worsening situation in regards to filling landfills with disposable nappies.

  89. Mari says:

    I love Bumgenius nappies and really want some more!

  90. Gemma Ekins says:

    No nappy rash, better for the environment and made to fit!

  91. Carrie-Anne Alexander says:

    Aside from the obvious environmental benefits which we are all very aware of; for me it’s the ability to outlay money now while i am still in work rather than trying to find cash for disposables on a weekly basis once no money coming in on maternity leave.

    Plus on a totally superficial level – they are so darn cute, even the plain white ones – cloth bums look much better than disposable bums!!

  92. Carrie-Anne Alexander says:

    fan on facebook

  93. Carrie-Anne Alexander says:

    following on twitter

  94. Carrie-Anne Alexander says:

    signed up for newsletter

  95. Carrie-Anne Alexander says:

    have commented on a couple of blogs

  96. Carrie-Anne Alexander says:

    re-tweeted

  97. Jenny says:

    Reducing my impact on the environment and trying to protect the world for future generations 🙂

  98. Jenny says:

    Facebook fan

  99. Jenny says:

    Signed up for account and newsletter

  100. Nev says:

    Facebook Fan, Following on Twitter

  101. Vanessa says:

    Colours and designs to choose from, no nasty chemicals on babys bum and not contributing to landfills.

  102. Vanessa says:

    Signed up to newsletter

  103. Stacy says:

    R educing landfill
    E rgonomic
    A dorable
    L uxurious

    N atural
    A bsorbent
    P ractical
    P rinciple
    I ndividual
    E nvironmental
    S aves money

  104. Stacy says:

    fan on face book

  105. Vicky says:

    The biggest bonus of using cloth nappies is how cute my babies look with their big cloth bums!

  106. rachel says:

    and signed up for newsletter

  107. rachel says:

    COMMON SENSE!

    Going back to basics but with modern day knowledge.

    Great investment not only on personal level but a greater investment for the future of the environment and ever challenging economy.

    A treat for the purse, the earth, the eyes and the little tushes lucky enough to get in them.

  108. Selina says:

    Fan on FB

  109. Selina says:

    In my opinion, the best advantage of using cloth nappies compared to disposables – better for enviroment, less waste, soft on skin, looks very cute in colurful nappies!

  110. Ursula says:

    Already a fan on Facebook and have left a pic of nappies drying on the line!

  111. Ursula says:

    Am also on Twitter telling people to give real nappies a try!

  112. Ursula says:

    have created an account with Bapi Pur and signed up for the newsletter!

  113. Ursula says:

    have posted on a forum in Fertility Friends telling them about Nappy Week and to look into Bapi Pur and telling them how fantastic you are!

  114. Ursula says:

    I would never go back to disposables now having used cloth nappies! I just wish I had used them with my other two children. I am more eco conscious, my little one’s bum is so much better since using reusables, they look great on and I look forward to choosing which one to put on!
    I have gone one step further and am using resuable wipes!

  115. Nat says:

    facebook fan

  116. Nat says:

    newsletter subscriber

  117. Catherine Jones says:

    There are so many advantages to using cloth nappies! No chemicals on baby’s bum, less waste, they save you money and they are so gorgeous!

  118. Ursula says:

    have put a pic of nappies drying on facebook

  119. Ursula says:

    have retweeted!

  120. orla says:

    Totally addictive! No smelly poo in my dustbin!

  121. Nat says:

    The best things about cloth are the cuteness and the environmental impact.

  122. Vici says:

    Facebook fan

  123. Vici says:

    Picture added to Facebook

  124. Vici says:

    For us the biggest advantage is the amount of money we save!

  125. Vici says:

    Signed up for newsletter

  126. Vici says:

    Reviewed Flip nappies

  127. Vici says:

    Commented on “It’s never too late”

  128. Ashleigh says:

    best advantage is the money saved

  129. Sarah says:

    The best thing about them is that there are far fewer leaks than with disposables. In my experience, this means less washing, not more!

  130. Sarah says:

    Following on Facebook

  131. Sarah says:

    Signed up for newsletter

  132. jules says:

    I love that my son doesnt stink of the chemicals from the disposables

  133. jenny says:

    The best thing, is that they are more comfortable, and don’t contain potentially harmful chemicals.

  134. jules says:

    fb fan

  135. jenny says:

    fan on face book

  136. jenny says:

    follower on twitter.

  137. vee says:

    Cute bum.
    Less waste.
    Cheaper.
    (sorry – couldn’t limit myself to just one!)

  138. Pip says:

    Not having a disgusting, stinky bin – especially in summer! Also, knowing that I’m not putting some weird gel-granule thing next to my baby’s bottom.

  139. Pip says:

    Became a fan on facebook

  140. Julia says:

    Less smell! Which really surprised me actually…I hate the smell of sposies now!

  141. Julia says:

    Facebook fan

  142. Victoria Boland says:

    The main benefits have to be the financial savings and the benefits to the environment.

  143. Victoria Boland says:

    I have signed up for the newsletter

  144. Becca says:

    facebook fan

  145. Becca says:

    upload pic to Babipur on facebook

  146. Becca says:

    Babipur info on my facebook wall/friends notifications

  147. sarahj says:

    there is nothing better than the feel of a fat nappied bottom, my man is so skinny it’s the only part of him that is ‘properly’ patable!!!

  148. Becca says:

    ‘C’ for cloth… The biggest advantage of using cloth nappies to disposables is that they are by far KINDER:

    ‘C’ost
    ‘C’omfort
    ‘C’hoice
    reduced environmental ‘C’onsequence
    ‘C’ute and ‘C’uddly!

    What isn’t attractive about cloth nappies? :))

  149. Alison says:

    Apart from being kinder to the environment and cheaper you know exactly what is going next to your babies skin and there are so many pretty colours etc… to chose from and on top of that I think babies just look so cute in proper nappies. 😀

  150. No nasty chemicals against delicate baby skin!

  151. Perkster says:

    I much prefer the idea of natural gentle cloth next to my baby’s bum and the environment will thank us in the long run!

  152. Amit says:

    For me the main benefit is the finacial savings and reducing landfill at the same time + of course no chemicals.

  153. Nicky says:

    I like the fact that you don’t have a massive stinky bin,if the smell gets too much you stick the washing machine on. They smell better and look so much more stylish. You get far more creative, using microfibre cloths or old t towels as stuffers if you get caught out, or using the cloth inners to mop up spills. If your baby poos within minutes of putting the nappy on, you can often get away with changing the liner, rather than the whole nappy.

  154. Kerry S says:

    I like the huge huge variety of different shapes, styles and colours of cloth nappies and knowing that my little man has the best dressed bum in town!

  155. Kerry S says:

    I am already a facebook fan!

  156. Kerry S says:

    I have created an account and signed up for the newsletter 🙂

  157. Kerry S says:

    Commented on the washing cloth nappies article 🙂

  158. Karen Carney says:

    “In your opinion, what is the best advantage of using cloth nappies compared to disposables?”

    Its very hard to pick one but the impact on the enviroment has to be no.1 for us as we strive to do our “bit”, facebook page “liked”, photo uploaded,

  159. EmilyS says:

    the advantage for me? How good I feel as a parent knowing I am: reducing what goes in a landfill, saving my family money, and putting my child in something natural and lets face it- SO very much cuter!

  160. EmilyS says:

    became a fan on facebook

  161. EmilyS says:

    added a photo of my son in cloth to facebook

  162. EmilyS says:

    added a photo of my daughter in cloth to facebook

  163. EmilyS says:

    created an account

  164. Bec says:

    Apart from the superficial aspect of how cute they look in cloth, it has to be the environmental aspect of reducing landfill by using cloth nappies on my girls.

  165. Bec says:

    fan on FB

  166. Bec says:

    uploaded pic of my biggest girl on FB

  167. Bec says:

    uploaded pic of my littlest on FB

  168. Rebecca Hudson says:

    The main thing is Knowing what is next to my little boys skin. but also for cost and environmental reasons.

  169. Rebecca Hudson says:

    follow on twitter

  170. Rebecca Hudson says:

    facebook fan

  171. Rebecca Hudson says:

    recieve news letter

  172. Bec says:

    account created

  173. Ella says:

    Besides all the positive environmental advantages to cloth nappies – they just look so cute!!

  174. Ella says:

    Photo uploaded to Facebook!

  175. minna says:

    Real nappies are comfortable and safe to use and everyone will find the right nappy for their baby; you’ve got a REAL choice when using real nappies!

  176. minna says:

    wrote a review!

  177. minna says:

    Joined mailing list

  178. minna says:

    left a comment on a post!

  179. Hugjen says:

    How soft they are and the fact that he’s started potty training early!! Only in nappies of a night at 19 months! Couldn’t handle two in nappies.

  180. Stefany says:

    Main advantage for us: less nappy rash!

  181. Stefany says:

    addtional entry: I’m a facebook fan, thanks

  182. Zoe says:

    I love to look at my outdoor washing line and enjoy the beauty of a dozen, white, terry squares drying in the sunshine.
    For me that’s the best thing! I can’t really explain why? Maybe it just fills me with pride to know that I have a beautiful daughter whose bottom gets wrapped up in those nappies.
    We’ve choosen them for all the right reasons mentioned above, over buying disposables.
    Long live our children’s planet : )

  183. We have saved so much money on using cloth nappies, compared to disposables. Plus it might be a drop in the ocean but we feel that we are doing our bit to reduce waste and the damage we are doing to our environmental. From a hygiene point of view, I couldn’t bear stinky disposables lying in our wheelie bin waiting for their two weekly collection. It is fantastic to be able to flush poo down the loo! Who wants poo in a bin!

  184. Leanne says:

    I have added a link to babycentre cloth nappy group forum

  185. Leanne says:

    I have added you as a friend on facebook

  186. Leanne says:

    I have added a link to the competition on my facebook!

  187. Leanne says:

    I have added you on twitter

  188. Leanne says:

    I have retweeted your post

  189. Leanne says:

    I have created an account

  190. Katrina Fairfield says:

    For me it is a cost benefit. I was made redundant at 24 weeks pregnant but managed to acquire some terry nappies for free. Would have cost us a small fortune otherwise!

  191. Leanne says:

    I love using cloth nappies are they make the horrible job of nappy changing fun as you decide which of the hundreads of nappies on the market you will try on your little one next!! It’s also great when you get good comments about how cute the nappies are!! The reduction of waste was the reason I got into it but the cuteness has me hooked!!

  192. Katrina Fairfield says:

    I’m now a fan on Facebook

  193. April says:

    wrote a review!

  194. April says:

    I’m a facebook fan!

  195. April says:

    I love my cloth nappies!

    Besides from the obvious advantage to the environment, it is just a lot more reliable. No more poo traveling my baby’s back! Also, I really prefer proper fabric against my baby’s skin rather than all these chemicals. And not to forget all the beautiful colours too!

  196. Di says:

    I’m a BabiPur facebook fan…

  197. Di says:

    …and a BabiPur twitter follower…

  198. Di says:

    …and I’ve uploaded a photo of my baby boy in his cloth nappy to the BabiPur facebook page…

  199. Di says:

    …and I’ve created my account & signed up for the newsletter…

  200. Di says:

    …and I’ve retweeted your competition post… (@dicoke)

  201. Di says:

    …and I’ve commented on your fab Nappy FAQs post…

  202. Di says:

    Oh! And the best advantage of using cloth nappies is that you can co-ordinate them with your baby’s outfit!

  203. Katrina Fairfield says:

    Photo added to Facebook.

  204. Katrina Fairfield says:

    Following on Twitter

  205. Katrina Fairfield says:

    Account created and newsletter ticked

  206. Tara says:

    Only one reason? No smelly nappies in the dustbin outside my front door!

  207. Katrina Fairfield says:

    Review written.

  208. Katrina Fairfield says:

    Re tweeted 🙂

  209. C0rrina says:

    you do not have to spend hours calculating which neppies are the best buy in the supermarket every week!

  210. Carol says:

    I love the soft fabric on my baby’s skin. I love the sight of my cloth nappies hanging on the line drying, the different colours and fabrics. The biggest advantage of using cloth nappies is that my bin doesn’t stink of stinky nappies and I am helping to reduce the number of disposables going to landfill

  211. Katrina Fairfield says:

    Added the competition on my Facebook page

  212. Katrina Fairfield says:

    Commented on your washable wipes FAQ.

  213. Louise Kelly says:

    My Son’s Great Grandchildren will not come across any nasty sposie he has worn, rotting in some landfill, they’ll be wearing his beauties!

  214. Charlotte C says:

    So hard to chose the best benefit to be honest.
    I’ll have to go with the environmental factor.
    Followed closely by money, lack of chemicals and cuteness 😉

  215. Charlotte C says:

    commented on: Washable wipes & home made baby wipe solution recipes blog

  216. Charlotte C says:

    have created an account and signed up to newsletter.

  217. Michelle says:

    Following on facebook

  218. Michelle says:

    added fan picture on facebook

  219. Charlotte C says:

    Have reviewed BGs

  220. Michelle says:

    The advantage is That they are super cute, don`t fill landfills and are environmentally friendly.
    The BEST advantage is that they are not full of chemicals and I don`t have to worry about what I put against my babies Skin.

  221. Michelle says:

    Told friends on facebook about competition

  222. Wendy says:

    For us the best advantage has to be that Callum has never had nappy rash :)and he’s 7.5 months!
    And also having a cuddly, fluffy bum to cuddle! 🙂

  223. Charlotte C says:

    following on twitter

  224. Charlotte C says:

    I’ve retweeted.

  225. Wendy says:

    Facebook fan 🙂

  226. Charlotte C says:

    have spread the word on local LLL forum

  227. Charlotte C says:

    have spread the word on babycentre

  228. Michelle says:

    Reviewed a washable nappy on your website

  229. Charlotte C says:

    have spread the word on facebook
    (unable to become a fan for some reason?? button not showing!)

  230. Michelle says:

    Created an account & ticked to receive newsletters

  231. Wendy says:

    photo added to facebook page 🙂

  232. Wendy says:

    created an account 🙂

  233. Michelle says:

    twitter fan

  234. Michelle says:

    retweeted!!

  235. Charlotte C says:

    fan on facebook

  236. Charlotte C says:

    photo added on FB

  237. Wendy says:

    left a review on Flips 🙂

  238. Charlotte C says:

    spread the word on netmums

  239. Alison S says:

    now a facebook fan and will work out how to add a pic there – trying to review nappies for you but the links aren’t working ;o(

  240. Alison S says:

    oh, and posted on Baby Centre’s cloth nappy group :O)

    http://community.babycentre.co.uk/post/a7600955/rnw_competition

  241. Kelly Lashbrook says:

    I think the best advantage has to be the fact that we’re not filling landfill with even more nappies that will never disappear in our lifetime. Its a scary thought to think that the first nappy ever made is still sitting in a landfill somewhere!

    Then there are the bonuses – such as cute factor, the fact they don’t stink even when there is a really stinky no.2 in there, the cost advantage over sposies, etc….

  242. Kelly Lashbrook says:

    Now a fan on facebook!

  243. Kelly Lashbrook says:

    Have told the ladies on December 2010 on babycentre

  244. Kelly Lashbrook says:

    signed up for the newsletter too!

  245. Marlien says:

    One of the great advantages for myself is that it makes me feel really good 🙂 I am investing time and energy for the wellbeing of my son and the envirionment and I save money. What more do you want?

  246. Marlien says:

    created an account on your website

  247. Marlien says:

    became a facebook fan

  248. Marlien says:

    commented on the cloth nappies – nappy care post

  249. Jema A says:

    apart from the environmental factor, having natural comfy materials next to babys skin instead of horrible chemicals. but of course it helps that you get can so many awesome designs 😉

  250. Jema A says:

    facebook fanned 🙂

  251. Jema A says:

    have spread the word on facebook!

  252. Jemma M says:

    Other than the obvious environmental and financial benefits, the main benefits for me are the peace of mind that my baby will not have any unknown chemicals next to their bottom and also the cuteness factor that disposables just don’t have 🙂

  253. Jemma M says:

    I am following you on twitter under the name jlmsolutions

  254. Jemma M says:

    I have created an account and agreed to receive emails 🙂

  255. Ilana Howley-Buddell says:

    Confidence of knowing without a doubt exactly what is next to my daughter’s skin – one less thing to worry about!

  256. LJB says:

    For me I want to protect the environment in which my child is going to grow up in and I want to know that we are doing what we can to help. Its also very important to me about my childs skin and welfare and from researching i feel real nappies are the way to go!!! 😀

  257. Shani says:

    Cloth nappies save the environent, they save you money, are easy peesy to use and best of all baby looks gorgeous in them!!!

  258. Silvia says:

    I love to think that I can protect m baby skin with natural cloth nappies!

  259. Silvia says:

    Facebook follower!

  260. Vicki says:

    Cloth nappies look cuter, and the savings build up massively if you use them on a second or third child.

  261. Naomi says:

    Created an account to receive the newsletter.

  262. Ronnie says:

    I feel I am doing my bit for the environment by saving on waste and at the same time using only natural fabric against my bub’s delicate skin!

  263. Naomi says:

    Following you on Twitter! Wish I’d thought of following nappy retailers BEFORE RNW!

  264. Naomi says:

    I’ve just posted a review on the TotsBots Easy Fit nappies.

  265. Naomi says:

    Retweet complete! Let’s spread the word that cloth nappies can be fab!

  266. Naomi says:

    Posting a piccie of my sweetheart as I type!

  267. Naomi says:

    I’m a fan on Facebook

  268. Naomi says:

    Best thing about cloth nappies? My daughter can’t rip them and try to tear them apart like she can disposables… and I can feed her messy food in just a nappy and she’s easy to clean up and the nappy doesn’t disintegrate (tried it in a disposable once, what a mess!)… and the fantastic colours… and it’s earth friendly. I have to pick just one reason?

  269. Vicki says:

    Fan on facebook

  270. john says:

    hmm do i go for the consious answer and say g
    biggest advantage is saving the environment or go for the other answer of they are much more pretty

  271. Helen Orr says:

    I feel so proud knowing I’m giving my baby’s bottom the best possible start in life! It’s so smooth and beautiful I just can’t stop looking at it!! 🙂

  272. Emily Walters says:

    The oh so cute big nappy bum

  273. Amanda Whyte says:

    I won’t lie to you, the thing I love best about my son’s nappies is the cuteness factor – doesn’t matter if it’s a BumGenius, an Itti or a WAHM-made nappy, his bum looks adorably squidgy in his cloth. I’m also very happy that I don’t have a brimming bin bag full of stinking disposables hanging round all week, I’m not contributing to the landfill problem – and I love the smell of clean, fresh laundry!

  274. Phil D says:

    The best advanatage for me, is that they can double up as a very fetching sunhat, for a baldy like me. Once they’ve been well laundered needless to say.

  275. Fflur says:

    If I’d used sposies on my 4 children they would’ve worn them for 2.5 years each, which means we would have sent bags full of dirty sposies to landfill every week for 10 years (at least) Now that’s a lot of waste! The best thing about using cloth nappies is that we’re not contriuting to the dirty landfill pile, but also, cloth nappies are much cuter!

    I’d also like to add that the service received by Babi Pur is always friendly and helpful, Thank you!

  276. Fflur says:

    Facebook Fan

  277. Fflur says:

    Following on Twitter

  278. Fflur says:

    Retweeted!

  279. Fflur says:

    Signed uo for the Babi Pur newsletter

  280. Cathy says:

    Cloth nappies are great, we are poor and they have saved us lots of money!! We have used mini-motherease since our baby was 9 days’ old, now onto the bigger sizes. You can hang them in the sun and the stains disappear! Hooray!!!!

  281. Cathy says:

    Just became a fan on Facebook!

  282. Sam Brown says:

    The best advantage of using cloth nappies is that I feel like I’m doing my little bit so I feel really good about myself and a happy mummy makes for a happy baby, or two in my case!

  283. Jess says:

    Facebook fan

  284. Jess says:

    Twitter follower

  285. Jess says:

    Created account and signed up to newsletter

  286. Jess says:

    Retweeted the message

  287. Jess says:

    It’s so difficult to decide what the best advantage is…. I think it’s got to be the environmental benefits – no guilt about adding to the landfill!!

  288. Siobhan O'Brien says:

    Knowing I’m doing a little bit extra for my baby and the world she’ll grow up in.

  289. Siobhan O'Brien says:

    Facebook fan.

  290. It saves the environment, it’s also much easier in the long run and you never have to worry about running out of nappies 🙂

  291. Following on twitter

  292. liking you on facebook

  293. Iryna says:

    The advantage of using cloth nappies is the child may be ready for potty training quicker as they feel the unpleasantness better if you know what i mean! Dont care about environment

  294. Iryna says:

    became a fan on facebook

  295. Samantha says:

    Hi already a facebook fan and newsletter subscriber 🙂

    Best thing I like about nappies is showing them off, although it’s also better for the environment, for baby for us.

  296. Angela Ward says:

    I have added you to face book and added comments to the BG and popin reviews. The best thing about using cloth is knowing that I am not spending all that money on something that is just going to end up in land fill.

  297. Teresia says:

    Became a fan on Facebook

  298. Teresia says:

    The best about cloth nappies is that you save the environment and save money. And they are also fun to use! =)

  299. Donna says:

    For me it’s the feel good factor.
    Using real nappies is only a small part of my efforts to make my home and family life as natural and eco as possible and that makes me feel good.

  300. Kate says:

    Biggest advantage: Difficult to pick one as there are so many!Aside from the environmental benefits, I love that my little girl looks so cute in them!

  301. Kate says:

    Now following babipur on twitter

  302. Kate says:

    Just become a fan on facebook!

  303. Kate says:

    Just retweeted this post 😉

  304. Kate says:

    Just created an account and signed up for newsletters

  305. Deborah Bird says:

    Theres tons of benefits to using washable nappies! Obviously the benefit to the environment is the main thing, but also the money it saves, the benefit to baby’s skin, and not to mention how cute they are!!

  306. Deborah Bird says:

    I have become a fan on facebook 🙂

  307. Deborah Bird says:

    I am following you on twitter1

  308. louisa says:

    I am new to this with baby due on 23rd June, my sister and friends have used washable nappies and I want to do my bit for the enviroment

  309. Rachel says:

    Aside from the fact they are clearly better for the environment by producing less waste, these ones are more fun and colourful than disposables and after all I wore them as a child and survived!!

  310. kat says:

    I bought the TotsBots nappy kit of 10 nappies, I can’t wait to receive them and try them.
    I bought the Bambino Mio range when my lil one was born, but she has grown out of them and now I need to buy new ones.
    If you want to use re-usable nappies I strongly recommend you to buy the one size only ones, it will be more economical.

  311. kat says:

    I created an account with you

  312. kat says:

    fan on facebook 🙂

  313. Martino says:

    I’m becoming a fan on facebook.
    My wife said they are cuter than the disposable nappies.

  314. Dermot says:

    better for the environment

  315. Shannon Lei says:

    i am a facebook fan now 🙂

  316. Shannon Lei says:

    the best advantage of using cloth nappies compared to disposables is knowing i am doing my part to reduce, reuse, and recycle 🙂

  317. Shannon Lei says:

    hi i am following you guys on twitter now too!!

  318. Deborah Webb says:

    Less waste.

  319. Rachael says:

    I like that they are cheaper but mostly that they look so much cuter and I look forward to getting something new in the post!

  320. Rachael says:

    I am also a fan on facebook.

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