Best Buys Reviews & shopping Practical Parenting & Pregnancy Awards 2011/2012 best disposable nappy for a newborn baby Find the best nappy for your baby and it's like you've struck the jackpot. Here are the disposables vying to win a coveted Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine award 1 of Ad break Nappies represent the biggest spend on a new baby, which is why finding the right nappy to save you money as well as being absorbent is vital to your sanity. Read our buyers guide to disposable nappies and then check which brands are up for this year's Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine award and whether your favourite is in there. Pampers New Baby With Dry MaxPampers New Baby With Dry Max is Pampers' driest new baby nappy while retaining softness. Has a dual absorb system for wee and soft, runny poo. £5.99 for a standard carry pack Asda Little Angels New ArrivalAsda Little Angels New Arrival newborn nappies are super soft but secure with maximum comfort. Their embossed topsheet helps absorb soft poo. From £2.57 for tiny baby Huggies NewbornHuggies Newborn disposable nappies are carefully designed to care for newborns' delicate skin and to ensure an outstanding fit to avoid any leaks. £8.98 per economy pack. Read a review of the Huggies Newborn disposable nappy Continue slideshow > Tesco Baby Newborn NappiesTesco Baby Newborn Nappies include a navel care feature to reduce humidity around the umbilical cord. Flexi fit so they're gentle and soft around your baby's delicate tummy. £3.70 for 24 nappies Just 4 Bums MiniThe Just 4 Bums Mini nappy range from kiddicare.com allows your baby to move freely but locks in moisure using a unique fluff pulp. £24.99 for 240 Aldi Mamia NewbornAldi Mamia Newborn disposable nappies have a secure fit, super stretchy side and work out at just seven pence per nappy. £1.79 for 24 Now check out the best buy baby wipes to help with changing By Daniella Delaney Comments Daily deals from top retailers Latest on MadeForMums 14 internet and text slang terms every parent should know Mum breastfeeding between contractions - captured on camera This mum's adorable selfie with her toddler isn't what it seems Is it time to end the 'nightmare' of parents' evenings?