California Dreamin'

Posted by CDB Guest on 1/30/2011 to Green Living

My daughter's preschool teacher had one of those looks on her face.

Uh oh. Here it comes, I thought. What did my daughter do at school today?

A Diaper Pail Tale

Posted by Becca on 1/27/2011 to Frugal Cloth Diapering

When I started cloth diapering, I didnít have enough money to buy all my diapers at once.† I had to save the money and add to my stash quite gradually.† Because my focus at the time was simply getting enough diapers to last my daughter between washes, I didnít even think about cloth diapering accessories for a long time.† As you can guess, my dirty diaper storage was interesting, at best.

HE, What does that mean for me?

Posted by Becca on 1/26/2011 to Washing Cloth Diapers
My husband, one year old daughter, my pregnant belly and I recently moved across the country. In doing so, I left my wonderful (and simple) washing machine behind. It really was not a huge problem - I figured we would just buy another similar washing machine when we moved to our new place.

Washing cloth diapers isn't so bad....

Posted by CDB Guest on 1/25/2011 to Washing Cloth Diapers

I had the popular belief that cloth diapering was gross and disgusting. I even remember helping my mom decades ago swishing out diapers in the toilet...yuck. I even said then that I would never cloth diaper, but I find myself a year into my cloth diapering journey and I love it!

My friend had her baby in these adorable diapers that were all colorful and of course I needed to inquire. They were one size pocket diapers in a variety of cute colors. I had to try it. Upon receiving my new cloth diapers I have not gone back. I enjoyed saving money and having my sweet babe look so cute.

A Case for Snaps: The Pee-quel

Posted by Becca on 1/23/2011 to Cloth Diaper Reviews

If youíre a regular reader here at the Cloth Diaper Blog then you may have read a post I wrote a couple of months back about how our beautiful little girl opened one of her pocket diapers with hook and loop closures during naptime and proceeded to finger paint her crib with poop.

Since then, my husband and I have been VERY CAREFUL about hook and loop diapers around our daughterís little, exploring fingers.†But that doesnít mean that weíre as careful as we mean to be.† It just takes onceÖor twice, in our case.

24 Hours of Cloth

Posted by CDB Guest on 1/19/2011 to Getting Started

When I started looking in to cloth diapering, I assumed you were supposed to pick one brand/style and use it for every diaper change, all day, all night. I thought it would be so complicated and confusing to have different brands and styles, different covers, inserts, materials, etc. I quickly learned that each style of diaper has its pros and cons, and that an entire stash made out of one style may not function as well as a diverse one.

Here's to mom!

Posted by Cloth Diaper Blog Guest on 1/18/2011 to Cloth vs. Disposables
Let's all raise our diaper pins in salute to all the mothers, grandmothers and great-grandmothers out there who used cloth diapers when choices were few and labor was intensive. You have to admit, it's a lot easier today for moms to be eco-minded and keep our landfills from piling up even faster with disposable diapers.

Do I Need Cloth Diaper Covers?

Posted by Bryana on 1/15/2011 to Cloth Diaper How-To

Do I need cloth diaper covers? Of the many questions that people have about cloth diapering their babies, this is a very frequent one that is asked. If you are wondering whether or not you need cloth diaper covers for your baby, the answer is that it depends on what kind of cloth diaper you are using.

Cloth Diaper Laundry Day

Posted by CDB Guest on 1/11/2011 to Washing Cloth Diapers

Most people would agree doing the laundry is just another obnoxious, never ending chore that must get done. Iíve never been one to enjoy it. I will let the clothes pile up and spill out of the hamper before I reluctantly decide its time to run the washing machine. Knowing how I am with my clothes, I was a bit concerned about the process of washing cloth diapers. It sounds complicated. It might be gross. What detergent do I use?!

bumGenius Cloth Diaper

Posted by Bryana on 1/11/2011 to Getting Started

Bumgenius Cloth Diaper

Bumgenius Cloth Diaper

Microfiber terry-cloth absorbers work to pull moisture well away from your baby's skin and keep it contained. This is one of the deluxe features used on many styles of Bumgenius diapers. This maker offers its popular all-in-one styles, in addition to one-size versions and diapering inserts for extra absorbency. Take a closer look at the Bumgenius cloth diaper options, and you'll be pleased to see that there's one that's just right for your budget and your lifestyle. If you still have questions about the products that you find at Diaper Junction, feel free to contact us for more information or for a specific recommendation.

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