The cloth nappy market now has more options than the disposable nappy market and it can be
very overwhelming choosing the right nappy.
From pocket nappies to AIO (All in Ones), to snap in, WAHM (Work at Home Mum made),
chinese cheapies, fitted, sized and so on. That couples with reviews from other cloth nappy
users - no wonder your confused about which is the right nappy.
Did you know your family members spend over 80% of time indoors, either at home, office or school where the level of indoor pollutants can be 2 to 5 times higher than outdoors?
Did you know too that piling on layers of bulky polyester clothing can overheat your body and then leave you feeling COLDER?
Motherhood already has so many up’s and down’s. The last thing you need to deal with is your Modern Cloth Nappies leaking. Who wants to be changing clothes, sheets and blankets at 2am?
The world of modern cloth nappies comes with its own unique language which can be very confusing to 'outsiders' and new parents. We thought we'd make life easier for you by providing an online dictionary into this world. So, here is the Lavenderia MCN Glossary for your convenience and ease of understanding!
Modern cloth nappies are being used more often nowadays as more people work towards reducing their disposable waste. However, using nappies requires learning to use them properly and taking care of them while washing to ensure that they last for as long as possible.
Toilet training is one of the most difficult phases of toddler raising to deal with, regardless of whether this is your first baby or your fifth. When it comes to toilet training, every baby is different and takes their own sweet time in getting used to the potty. However, if you have been using a cloth nappy for your baby since they were born, studies have shown that children in cloth nappies may pick up on training faster than kids who are wrapped up in disposable nappies which draw all moisture from the skin.