It's a battle we've been fighting from the moment my daughter Georgie was born. For the last 13 months, we've fought - and actually lost - a nasty war against nappy rash.
We've eliminated foods, swapped and switched bath products, used the world's supply of hydrocortisone cream, completely cut out dairy and we're definitely on a first-name basis with our doctor.
And it's made absolutely no difference.
The only thing I hadn't changed, however, were Georgie's nappies. Silly really, isn't it? After all, she wears them for the best part of 24 hours a day. But I, like most mums really, believed that all nappies were created equally.
But that all changed when I was sent a pack of Tooshies by TOM's new organic bamboo nappies to test out. They promised to be more absorbent and softer than ever before, all while being better for the environment.
Yes, bamboo nappies. Organic bamboo is often touted as one of the most renewable crops in the world, and is said to generate more oxygen than other trees and plants. But it has other sustainability benefits too.
These nappies are designed by a group of Melbourne mums who were looking for ways to make disposable nappies we get during our supermarket shops a little more sustainable.
After all, your standard throwaway nappy takes a staggering 150 years to break down. Pretty grim considering 5.5 million of them will be used today.
But Tooshies by TOM are made from organic bamboo and have a biodegradable back sheet.
That means they're also incredibly lightweight. So lightweight, in fact, that when I opened my pack, my initial thoughts were, yes, they're very pretty with their cute designs, but they're definitely going to leak.
Being an eco nappy, it made me wonder whether it would be as good as other brands at containing leakages.
Yes, it says ultra-dry 12-hour leak-proof protection but come on, parents, we've been there. We know.