Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Knickernappies Nursing Pads Review by Christy

Christy's Review of the Knickernappies Reusable Nursing Pads

Best Nursing Pads ever!

I have
tried many different nursing pads:

Cotton washable pads = a joke! Ha. Nice try being green, not in this area I guess. I soaked through them in 5 minutes and had to change my bra, my shirt, and the baby.

I ended up using Avent disposable nursing pads and went through boxes and boxes of them. They bunched up over a day and kind of stuck to me and were not nice, but I didn't leak through them. Other disposable nursing pads weren't any better and many of them were too big for me. Some crinkled and made me feel like I was wearing a disposable diaper in my shirt.

Towards the end of my nursing days with Julia I found LANA wool nursing pads. I think I actually breathed a sigh of relief putting them on. They were so soft and I wore them constantly. Until I had Esther and started leaking through them.

I may have found perfection in Knickernappies Stay-dry Nursing Pads. I've been using them with great success since Esther was born. They are soft fleece on the inside and waterproof pul on the outside. The inner layer is hemp which is anti-microbial and super absorbent. These are not bulky at all. I am thrilled to have a reusable, soft, stay-dry nursing pad that I love!


Review by Christy of OneLittleWorldSheKnew

4 comments:

Jacki said...

I use them as well and LOVE THEM!!! I tried all the other reusables as well and had the same problems. I recommend these to everyone!

Danielle said...

These are the best. I used disposables to start also, but thought that since I'm cloth diapering it seemed stupid and they weren't very comfortable. Found the knickernappies and haven't looked back (10 months and counting!). :)

Gina said...

How many pads should I order?

Julie said...

Knickernappies Pads are sold in sets of 3 pair. You could start with 3 pair and then add 3 more if you need to. Depends on how often you wash laundry.

 
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