I've tried these inserts every which way - even day time with one hemp only. Seriously, the boy is nearly two. It's hot at the moment so he's drinking a lot, and he's got to the age where he will hold wees and lets it all go in one big flood. But my new best friend can handle that. My new best friend can handle everything we've thrown at her.
Nikki Steel-Bryan - founder of zero waste store Flourish Foods MCR, and Baba+Boo mum - talks about the newest addition to Afllecks Palace, and starting a business with a toddler in tow.
One of the main reasons why that parents choose to use single-use nappies is because they don’t want poo in their washing machine. Parents who feel...
As long as recycling is seen as a solution, instead of a last resort, then the recycling of single-use nappies is a worrying trend that will stand in the way of the essentials - reduction and reuse.
There’s a lot floating around the internet about the do and don’ts of washable nappies. At Baba+Boo we have nine year’s experience of trouble-shoot...
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People think they are saving water by using single-use nappies. But that’s not true. Washing three loads of nappies a week uses about 200 litres of water. Manufacturing enough single-use nappies for a week? 1,550 litres.