Little Lamb Nappies was born out of the need for a more affordable and practical solution to disposable nappies. This affordable reusable nappy brand first formed in 1997 when the idea of going green was just beginning, yet the need for a viable alternative to costly disposables was still very real.
Little Lamb Nappies are best known for their bamboo nappies. The bamboo nappy comes in three sizes and can be used for day or night time. Their best selling bamboo nappy is a fitted nappy and you need an outer wrap with it. We also love the Little Lamb one size pocket nappy. Designed to fit from birth to potty training these nappies can be easily boosted and are so easy to use that they are perfect for sending to childcare.
Little Lamb Washable Nappies
Little Lamb Nappies are a well known brand of washable nappy. The bamboo fitted, fits babies from 7lbs in size up, up to 40lbs in size 3.
The founders Esme and Nick wanted to bring a range of cloth nappies to the market that was priced at mass market but retaining high quality. At that time reusable nappies were prohibitively expensive to most! The quest for good quality cheap cloth nappies lives on and they have a great range of one-piece and two-piece systems as well as some of the softest fluffy fleece liners I've ever stroked and great value disposable liners too.
With the exception of the OSFA (One Size Fits All), they have devised their nappy systems to fit specific weight ranges. A size one nappy will fit from approximately 7-20lbs or birth to 9 months, a size two nappy will fit 20-38lbs, around 7 months til potty training, they also do a size three nappy, however, most children will potty train while still within the range of the size two nappy. A lot of children get to the "round" stage just before they start to get really mobile, once they're on their feet they soon start to lose the baby fat and their birth-to-potty or size two nappies won't look so snug! Size three nappies are excellent if you have a child who is not dry at night yet but have outgrown birth-to-potty or size two nappies or a child with additional needs who require larger nappies.