What's so great about prefold cloth diapers?

Posted by Becca on 9/22/2015 to Cloth Diaper How-To
prefolds,cloth diapersThe first thing I love about prefolds is that they are made of natural fibers, usually cotton, which is incredibly soft and gentle against the skin. Itís also quite absorbent. Since prefolds have up to 8 layers of fabric in the middle, plus the four layers on either side that

Mom to Mom: Why I LOVE All In One Cloth Diapers!

Posted by Becca on 9/17/2015 to Cloth Diaper How-To
clothdiapers,all in onesBefore you read this, let me just give you a disclaimer: I like all types of cloth diapers. At some point in time, each is my favorite: fitteds, flats, pockets...I donít discriminate. Now...(read more)

Choosing Gently Used Cloth Diapers, Is it gross?

Posted by Becca on 8/31/2015 to Cloth Diaper How-To
cloth diapersHave you ever thought about how weird it is that cloth diapering parents are so willing to share diapers? We have no problem buying them used from strangers, borrowing from friends...(read more)

TIPS for Traveling with Cloth Diapers from an experienced MOM!

Posted by Becca on 8/24/2015 to Cloth Diaper How-To
traveling with cloth diapersIíve written many blog posts about this topic, and yet every time I travel, I find the need to revisit the topic all over again. Cloth diapers arenít difficult in and of themselves, but traveling with them is certainly more complicated than traveling with disposables, at least I...(read more)

Must-Haves for your Cloth Diaper Starter Stash!

Posted by Julie on 8/11/2015 to Cloth Diaper How-To
starter stashCloth diapering isn't complicated but there are certain things you should know and things you can invest in that can make choosing cloth easier.

Included in this post are some must-haves for your starter stash!

Cloth Diapering: It's ALL about the inserts!

Posted by Becca on 8/5/2015 to Cloth Diaper How-To
insertsSometimes, whether or not your pocket diapers work has nothing to do with the diaper/diaper shell and everything to do with the level of absorbency. Not all inserts are created equally, and not all inserts work for all babies.

So, what do you put in your diapers?

SEVEN TIPS for Re-selling Your Cloth Diapers!

Posted by Becca on 7/21/2015 to Cloth Diaper How-To
cloth diaper selling tipsOne thing I have always liked about using cloth diapers is that they maintain their resale value and you can often get much of your money back when you are done using them. I have a friend who sold her entire stash after using it for two kids and got about $300 for it...(read more)

TEN TIPS for longer-lasting cloth diapers!

Posted by Becca on 7/6/2015 to Cloth Diaper How-To
clothdiapers,tipsIíve been cloth diapering for almost six years now. Two of those years we were on a diaper break and my diapers sat in storage in our basement, so maybe it only counts as nearly four years. I donít know. What I do know, however, after all that time, is how to...

Mom to Mom: Cloth Diapering Brands that have lasted me the longest!

Posted by Becca on 6/29/2015 to Cloth Diaper How-To
long lasting cloth diapers,diapersOf the brands of cloth diapers Iíve used over the years, you might be surprised at those that have held up the longest because they may or may not be the most popular. In fact, my longest lasting pockets arenít my favorite. That could be because my least favorite brands didnít get used as often so they didnít wear out as quickly. It could also be because they- (Read more...)

Ask a Diaper Junkie: What Gives With Laundry Soap?

Posted by Valerie on 5/20/2015 to Cloth Diaper How-To

Ask A Diaper JunkieWhy all the hard feelings over laundry soap? It seems if you go mainstream detergent like Tide, half the diapering community gives dirty looks. If you choose a cloth safe detergent like Rockin Green, the mainstream users treat you like you're using dirty diapers! What gives? How do I pick?

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