Extremely Nappies is a proud sponsor of My Green Nappy.
I have donated this one-only “Save the Planet” nappy for the Spring 2010 Green Promise Nappy Initiative, because I believe that environmental health starts with us. For our children’s future, we must make environmentally-conscious choices – we can reduce our carbon footprint with the foods we eat, transport we use, products we use, lifestyles we live. Together we can save the planet.
Extremely Nappies are designed to save you money, and keep your child out of disposables.
I made them One-Size-Fits-All so that you don’t need to buy more as your baby grows. The one set will fit most children from birth (3.5kg) to toilet-training (15 kg). With proper care they can be used with subsequent children too, or passed on to others.
The pocket design means you can customise their level of absorbency to suit your child’s changing needs.
For newborns, one booster is all that’s required for very frequent changes, the other one can be “laid-in” as an extra layer to be removed once soiled, allowing twice as many changes per nappy. I can make you up some washable liners to keep this layer “stay-dry” like the nappy’s inner layer. Older children need less changes per day, but more absorbency, so you’d use both boosters in the pocket. You can stuff them with more boosters for more absorbency, making them great for long car trips and overnight.
I made the closures from high quality velcro in a design that’s difficult for children to remove, so that they’re easy for parents to use (especially in the dark, or with stiff fingers). Extremely Nappies have “laundering tabs” to fold back and secure the velcro so that it won’t snag in the wash.
There are tons of fabulous environmentally-friendly nappies being given away in My Green Nappy’s spring competition. For your chance to win a one-of-a-kind Extremely Nappies pocket nappy, have a look around the Extremely Nappies site to find the answer to this question: Which is true? Extremely Nappies
a) fit from birth to toilet-training
b) come with 2 boosters (microfiber and bamboo)
c) work as night nappies too
d) all of the above
This competition is over. The answer was of course d) all of the above. Congratulations to Carey Beveridge! Thanks to everyone for participating.