***This is one in a series of posts about our switch from disposables to cloth nappies. You can read the others here***
I considered using 'real' nappies when we had Isaac & decided it was too much, too soon. I decided to concentrate on establishing breast-feeding and learning to care for a baby first and then think about adding in reusable nappies. So, unsurprisingly, it never really happened. I thought about cloth nappies again when I was pregnant with Anna but decided that it wouldn't be financially worthwhile for just one baby. We loved Pampers but switched to Asda's Little Angels nappies after we had Anna. Having two children in nappies was much more expensive and produced a heck of a lot of waste!
The Nappy Lady, first for advice and then for pretty much all of my purchases. Their small team can provide an individual recommendation based on some reasonable detailed questions and their prices are competitive with free delivery over £15. Friends also recommended BabyKind who loan nappy trial kits for really reasonable prices. Both these sites have great advice on what's out there and how to make best use of it.