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Outer order results in inner calm

Having more than 1 young child is definitely a handful. Is it worth it - yes! Can you do two in cloth? YES. Having two in cloth at the same time is very manageable- a bit more washing, a lot more saving of money AND let us not forget our precious earth.  Kids can easily share nappies. It is not unhygienic. Once both babes are in the large size this makes it very easy. The washing can all be done together and even hung up together. Speaking of doing things together...our oldest one goes to a Montessori. To really understand what goes on in these types of school I did a bit of reading. What a wonderful environment he is...

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You are the center of the(ir) universe

  Leaving the house with 2 kids in tow can be quite a lengthy and challenging task on the best of days- anyone relate? Like my husband says, 1 + 1 is not 2. It definitely is not 1! Between packing the bag with extra clothes and packing nappies, someone poops - have to change the nappy (another 10 minutes). Continue to pack bag....  try to find bike... toddler has a melt because he cant find the train (which anyway cannot come to the river). Console toddler...baby starts crying... try to hold both at once. (Jealous) toddler hits baby.... Dad intervenes , both kids melt. They don`t want Dad...they want Mom. PUH... Mom = center of the universe AKA NO BREAK...

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Dont be fooled into thinking newborn nappies only fit for a short time....

Almost every week I get sent cloth bum photos from very happy mums.  Now just look at this smart little dude in his hemp flat. This is a 50 x 50 flat and fits well from 3kg until about 6.5kg - which can be up to 3 months depending on baby`s birth weight.  Newborn cloth is SO worth it. Newborns go through A LOT more nappies than any other stage as usually by 4/5 months, they tend to not pee as much and nappies last longer and you use less per day. Newborns can go through anything from 12 - 16 nappies a day. Using  disposables- that costs around R1100 + a month. That is money thrown in the bin....

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Cloth in the bush

Lots of mums have questions around using cloth on holiday. It really is no different to home (unless you have a diaper sprayer then you just cannot wait to get home to use the sprayer). I have a bag designated for our cloth nappies (they do take up a bit of space). We use (exclusively) flats and covers on holiday as they  take up the least space in a bag are very easy to fold and pack dry the fastest - you can easily wash flats on holiday in the basin and they dry within an hour or 2 hanging on a bush somewhere. Do not forget the fleece liners! Honestly ladies, once babies start eating solids, poop gets rather...

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Great review on our delicious newborn nappies

Newborn cloth can be daunting. So can having a newborn. So why not kill 2 birds with 1 stone and just dive in eh? Have a newborn and get yourself some newborn Pokkelokkie cloth nappies ladies :) Not only are our nappies the best quality, but we provide FULL support when baby arrives and we help you get going. You are not alone on this cloth journey! Our Dawn patrol day fitteds and our Sleepy dust night fitteds are definitely the easiest nappies to use and they are super thirsty. Dads especially love the day fitteds as they have a velcro closure. They really do mirror a disposable in terms of use and they dry super fast (winter is coming). ...

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