This Little Lamb OneSize pocket nappy is great value.
Each nappy comes with two bamboo boosters.
The cover is made from stretchy knit and coupled with a clever popper configuration so you can alter the size and fit as baby grows. It generally fits from around 10-12lbs up to potty training. It is quite a long nappy so can suit taller babies.
The pocket on the inside of the nappy lets you slide in the absorbent bamboo boosters prior to fitting onto baby. You can adjust the number of pads in there. You can use just one initially on tiny babies, then move on to 2 pads. An older baby may need additional pads (or switch to the Little Lamb triple layer boosters or the highly absorbent Little Lamb bamboo pocket inserts).
The soft lining that sits next to baby’s skin is a super-soft microfleece that draws away moisture to the bamboo boosters, protecting baby’s skin.
Despite being a cheaper option, all components are tested and certified. Little Lamb only use Oeko-tex100 certified bamboo yarn and GOTS organic cotton yarn.
All the component parts of our nappies, wraps and boosters are Oeko-tex certified for use in full contact with baby's skin for prolonged periods of time.
All LittleLamb nappies are made in a family run factory in Turkey and are brought into the UK by road freight to minimise the carbon footprint.
This is a good value nappy but do bear in mind that, unlike better quality brands such as BumGenius and Charlie Banana which may last for 2 children, Little Lamb may only last one baby.
Care for your nappies by following these easy steps.
- Hold the nappy or washable liner over the toilet and ease off the solids. If using a disposable liner, bin it, don't flush it.
- Close any velcro tabs.
- Put them in a dry pail with lid. Wait until you have a full load.
- Wash them with a gentle washing powder on a full cycle using the recommended amount of washing powder for load size and water hardness. Note - DO NOT ADD BLEACHING AGENTS OR FABRIC SOFTENERS.
- Hang out to dry in direct sunshine or near (but not touching ) a direct heat, or tumble dry on a low heat.