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Jesinta Campbell says she's using cloth nappies with newborn daughter

por Aisha Malloy (2020-06-30)


rdgfsvcbgsd-190529012102-thumbnail-3.jpgBack in March, she revealed that she was trying out 'the traditional art of postpartum belly binding' after giving birth to daughter Tullulah. 

And now Jesinta Campbell is using $20 reusable cloth nappies with her little girl to 'help the environment.'

The 28-year-old model and WAG shared some images and a video of the nappies on Instagram on Friday, that are even personalised with her tiny tot's name.






An eco-conscious mama! Jesinta Campbell revealed on Friday that she's using $20 reusable cloth nappies with newborn daughter Tullulah to 'help the environment'... after trying out postpartum belly binding














Revealing the nappies are from Be Bliss Baby, Jesinta said: 'They're ten out of ten.' How cute are the colours and personalisation.'






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Jesinta then spruiked the benefits of the reusable alternative, as opposed to the traditional disposable nappies.

'Zero nappy rash (in my personal experience), better for the environment and these will last her until she's 2.5 years old! How's that for economical!'






Personalised and all! The 28-year-old model and WAG shared some images and a video of the nappies on Instagram on Friday, that are even personalised with her tiny tot's name and initials


Jesinta - who is married to Swans star Lance 'Buddy' Franklin, 33 - then said that she might sometimes have to use disposable nappies, but prefers using the cloth alternative. 

'Of course there are times when I have and I will use disposable nappies, but if I can reduce the 1.7 tonne of waste one child usually creates by wearing disposables all the time, then I feel like I'm doing better by mother earth.'

Jesinta then said that she was trying out a new $400 Medela Freestyle breast pump and was having a 'healing hot cacao.'






Oh baby! Jesinta then said that she was trying out a new $400 Medela Freestyle breast pump







Looking after herself: Jesinta then said she was having a 'healing hot cacao'


In March, Jesinta said on her app that she had been trying out 'the traditional art of postpartum belly binding.'

The 28-year-old said that she's explored the practice with the help of her doula and rather than it being for 'aesthetics,' it's to 'support her body in the process of healing post-birth.' 

She recommended to fans that they should use a $75 binder kit from Etsy shop, and said it's best to use organic and natural cotton muslin.






Trying new things: In March, Jesinta said on her app that she had been trying out 'the traditional art of postpartum belly binding'


'Once completed the wrap feels like a warm hug, with my body feeling so supported,' Jesinta said on her app, adding that she has been getting her stomach binded daily. 

Talking about why she was so interested in the practice, Jesinta said that the female body changes so much while pregnant.

'The growth of our bellies and breasts are visually obvious to everyone yet the internal changes taking place to accommodate the growth of a little human are the ones not commonly spoken about,' Jesinta said.






Changes: Talking about why she was so interested in the practice, Jesinta said that the female body changes so much while pregnant


'Our abdominal muscle separates, our uterus grow, skin and muscles stretch, our cervix dilates and our hips and pelvis move… just to name a few.'

She added: 'It takes time for a woman's body to heal and for her organs to return to where they were before baby.'

Jesinta said that new mothers should always check in with their doctor before getting the binding done.

She said that from her research, benefits can include a reduction of postpartum bleeding and fluid retention and it is said to help with abdominal separation.

Jesinta and ??????? husband Buddy welcomed daughter Tullulah in February. 






Family: Jesinta and husband Buddy Franklin (pictured) welcomed daughter Tullulah in February