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nappy

1. of alcoholic drink, esp beer
a. having a head; frothy
b. strong or heady
2. (of a horse) jumpy or irritable; nervy
3. any strong alcoholic drink, esp heady beer
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Director Fiona Smyth said, "We are so excited to be the first reusable nappy company in the world to be doing this.
There's the Liverpool Cloth Nappy Library, where parents can hire out kits - including for newborns - with enough changes in them to be used full time if washing on alternative days.
As well as offering trial kits, real nappy advisors are also being recruited.
She said: "I would like to know what was on the nappy to cause this.
Bryher Hill, who runs the local 'Nappy Gurus' franchise in Bridgend, said: "Using real nappies can be quite daunting to begin with, and people can sometimes be put off by the initial outlay to buy them, but once you get into a routine they're fantastic.
Mrs Amison discovered Maison in his cot with a nappy sack around his face - the tot had reached the nappy sacks from a stand next to his cot.
It is recognised that all infants will develop at least one episode of nappy rash during infancy and it equally affects both genders and infants of all racial groups (Gupta and Skinner, 2004).
When changing nappies, clean the nappy area gently with water and allow it to dry thoroughly in the air.
Plush Pants offers a nappy trial scheme - both online and through Oxfordshire County Council - that allows families to try a selection of nappy designs and brands for a fraction of the cost of new nappies.
The Munchkin Nappy Change Organiser will keep everything neatly in one place.