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Win a Nappy Starter Kit

Enter our competition to win a real nappy starter kit from Little Green Earthlets.


Congratulations to Ellen from Cumbernauld who wins this great prize!


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All entries must be received before midnight on 7th October, 2007.

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Little Green Earthlets

Little Green Earthlets aim to bring comfort, economy and quality to the modern family and so offer a unique collection of practical baby goods that are all selected with an environmentally conscious attitude. Their vast selection of parent and baby friendly products includes a range of nappy packages designed to provide everything you need for 'real nappying'.

This nappy starter kit is worth £71.50, contatins all the basics and is perfect for new parents looking to try out this nappying option on an either full or part time basis. The One Size nappies included are designed to be the only nappies you'll ever need and grow with your baby throughout nappyhood, fitting infants from approximately 8-35lbs/3.5-16Kgs. To make life even easier they fasten with poppers and come in 5 nappy options with natural, white, dry, organic and bamboo cloth nappies all available.

For more information on nappy packages from Little Green Earthlets click here.

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I am expecting my first and determined that my little one is not going to cost much as our finances couldn't be worse prepared for starting a family. Washable nappies definitely seem the way to go both environmentally and financially!
by urchin7 6th Oct 2010, 5:36pm
i have an 18 month old son and have being using Tommee Tippie Cotton Bottom reusable nappies since he was born. I made the decison as it was far more environmentally friendly option. I really like real nappies as i always have nappies, no need to run to the shops when i run out, much better for my sons bum - no sitting on plastic all day, and i have saved money, and statistically babies in real nappies toliet train quicker.

I find them no hassel at all, have a nappy bucket where i put all the used nappies into and then i wash them every 2 nights. I am so passionate about them that i try and convert all new mums i meet to using real nappies, we all need to be more green and do what we can to protect this planet for our children - please give them a go. Get a trial pack and you will see how easy it can be. Gave your local council a call some even have incentives like money towards buying real, usuable nappies or hand out trial packs. Go on give it go...
by mm123 23rd Jul 2008, 9:22am
I think reuseable nappies are the way forward they are much better for baby and the environment. It's great to see competitions like this that will help to broaden peoples knowledge of these nappies with the added bonus of maybe winning some to use too. I had a baby 3 and a half weeks ago and have been using reuseable's since about 3days old. They are just as simple as disposables and baby lets you know when they need changing rather than wondering when you last changed them.

Great competition. Extra nappies are always a benefit.
by missydowney 22nd Jul 2008, 5:13pm
what a great idea, fantastic for the environment!
by Joby 23rd Jan 2008, 12:25pm
I am expecting my 1st baby next june and this would be ideal as I dont even know how to change nappies yet! I am a little anxious and worried about what is to come so I am finding this website a great way to talk to other mums and get advise! thank you all.
by staceyrudd 13th Nov 2007, 10:26am
I am expecting my 4th little one and over the last few years have become more and more environmentally aware. We try to do as much as we can at home (recycling, energy efficient appliances, walking instead of using the car...etc...etc) and I think this is another fantastic way of helping the planet. I would also imagine that this would be comfortable for baby too - in the past I must be honest + admit I used disposables - but found them to be a bit of a menace - although convenient in many ways, they would often rub my little one's legs, give them nappy rash and would often burst leaving silicone type globules on my little ones!! And this was when the nappies were changed extremely regularly - I dread to think what discomfort a little one would be in if they were left on for a long time. The idea of these nappies is fantastic and especially as the fasten with poppers - no dangerous safety pins to try to avoid poking baby with!
by coppelia100 8th Oct 2007, 8:40am
The Little Green Earthlet nappies sound awesome firstly great on the babies skin, good for the environment and also ends up being a great money saver. They fasten with poppers which is great as have seen others fastened with velcro, which stops fastening if used frequently!
by Flea 8th Oct 2007, 8:34am
Nappy starter kit is a great way to start.
by Kaku 8th Oct 2007, 8:32am
would love to swap to a environmentally friendly option.
by Bubbles17 8th Oct 2007, 8:32am
I've got 6 children and have been using all in one velcro nappies, but they come in two sizes instead of these little green earthlets nappies which sound a great idea as they are one size (my little one is just outgrowing her ones!) and because they fasten with poppers won't get stuck to each other in the washing machine - great idea. I haven't tried a nappy with a wrap but think they should wash and wear better to use for subsequent babies (mine are showing a little wear after a couple of babies). Washable nappies are fab, not just good for the environment but so much better for little bottoms too - no nappy rash all year!
by mumblessed 4th Oct 2007, 8:48am
due to have my baby on christmas day and as it's my first have no idea what to expect. the way i look at it is would a want 2 have plastic rubbing the tops of my legs or cotton. i think that washable nappies are a great option as they would b more comfortable and are moe enviromentally friendly!!!!!!!!!!!!
by lexi1988 28th Sep 2007, 9:49am
Be Green, save the planet
by cathyj 24th Sep 2007, 8:56am
In this day and age we all have to be environmentally friendly and I would be keen to give them a try - as its my first baby I haven't tried any nappies before, however a friend of mine uses re-usable and swears by them!. The nappies fasten with poppers
by Tomo 21st Sep 2007, 8:45am
Making a difference in the fight to save the environment and kind to my baby, what more could you hope for.
by madizzy001 18th Sep 2007, 10:33am
I'm keen to try out some washable nappies when baby arrives in the new year and this starter pack with nappies which fasten with poppers sound great.
by mumtobe 18th Sep 2007, 10:31am
This is my first baby and does everyone feel this confused? I'm not really sure what i should be doing!
by Jan8 18th Sep 2007, 10:24am
I am due for my first baby on christmas day i have decided to use cloth nappies. One size washable nappies fasten with poppers which sounds fantastic no pins or clips how easy that sounds. I am so interested in this product.
by careen 18th Sep 2007, 10:22am
We are due to have a baby in 4 weeks,definatly using cotton nappies.We understand that its not going to be as quick and easy but all the advantages of the cotton nappies outway the disadvantages.

by crumpy 14th Sep 2007, 9:11am
The little green earthlets sound like they are just what every family needs for the new baby!
by Jess7979 12th Sep 2007, 8:50am
These One Size washable nappies fasten with poppers.
by cometomama 10th Sep 2007, 12:47pm
the fact that these nappies are environmentally friendly is a brilliant added bonus to the other economic value & reassuarance to new mums. A brilliant offer that no new mum would be able to resist
by aaronjacsmummy 7th Sep 2007, 10:59am

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