If you have been following my blog or instagram for a while you may have seen that a few months ago we decided to give cloth nappies a try. As I am the biggest germaphobe I had big reservations about it all. I spoke to several fellow bloggers who had made the switch and they convinced me to give it a try.
The original reason I began thinking about cloth nappies were the beautiful prints, especially the prints on Bambino Mio nappies. So, when they got in touch and asked if I would like to work with them I was more than happy to. I have said before that they are my favourite brand of reusable nappy at the moment, for several reasons. I find the Miosolos wash brilliantly, coming out just as soft if not softer with each wash. The fit is perfect for Aidan and we have never experienced any leaks while using them and of course, the prints are so cute!
If you are still concerned about the poop aspect then there are flushable paper liners that you can get which lie between the babies skin and the nappy. They are simply lifted and put straight into the toilet, the nappy is then washed as normal. I, the germaphobic freak, don’t use liners because I found it just as easy to tip the poop into the toilet as it is to use a liner when using the Miosolos. Now, enough potty talk. (Oh I have been waiting to type that for ages!)
My stash is currently not big enough to do cloth full time but I am hoping to grow it before the new baby arrives and switch to reusable nappies full time. I am not doing it for the environment, or the money saving aspect if I’m honest although they are definite bonuses, I am doing it because I think they feel a lot more comfortable for Aidan to wear compared to the disposable alternatives.
Bambino Mio AIO nappies currently retail at £15.99 from their own website, which ship to Ireland. They are also about to launch their nappies in Tesco and Supervalu stores nationwide which I am very excited about!
If you guys have any questions regarding cloth nappies I would be happy to help.
*I was sent some products from Bambino Mio to review, however, we owned several of their nappies already. As always, all comments are my own, 100% honest opinion.