Cloth Diaper Confessions, Fluffy skeletons in your closet?

Posted by Becca on 3/28/2011 to Cloth Diaper How-To

I have some cloth diapering confessions to make:

1)You should always prewash your new diapers before using them in order to get maximum absorbency. I confess that I usually donít before putting them on my daughter.† I know, I know this can lead to leakage, but theyíre just so amazingly soft before their first trip to the washer that I canít help myself.

Diaper Liners, How do they work and what's the point?

Posted by Julie on 3/27/2011 to Cloth Diaper Reviews

With the multitude of cloth diapering products and accessories on the market we know it's hard to make sense of them all.† Each brand strives to make theirs a little different and hopefully better than the others.† This results in there being soooo many different ways to use cloth diapers, so many accessories and so many choices!

Diaper Liners frequently confuse new cloth diaper users.† What are they and how do they work?

There are many types of liners, let's take a look at a few.

Fall in LOVE with One Size Cloth Diapers!

Posted by Becca on 3/21/2011 to Cloth Diaper Reviews

Cloth Diapering with One Size Cloth Diapers.

I love one size diapers! In fact, I can say that about 95 percent of my stash is made up of one size diapers.

Most of those sized diapers and covers that I do own, are currently sitting in a to sell pile because I just dont like having diapers around that I cant useeven if it is because they have already been used or will be used in the future.

Thirsties Duo Diaper gets a Rave Review!

Posted by Julie on 3/16/2011 to Cloth Diaper Reviews

Have you tried the Thirsties Duo Cloth Diaper yet?

Thirsties Duo Diaper Review

Thirsties products are by far some of my faves!† The Duo Diaper...definitely at the top of my list!

Cloth Diapering with Wool, Now I am a believer!

Posted by Becca on 3/14/2011 to Cloth Diaper How-To

The first time I heard about wool as an option for a water-resistant diaper cover, I just didnt believe it.

How on earth could something made of wool hold water?

Try that new diaper you've been drooling over! You've got nothing to lose.

Posted by Julie on 3/13/2011 to Getting Started

Take Advantage of our Cloth Diaper 30 Day Test Drive! Totally Risk Free!

Is there a new style or brand of diaper that you've just been dying to try? Perhaps you have a diapering method that works for you and you love the brands you already have, but you've had your eye on a new print or hot new brand?

Giving Cloth Diapers to New Parents: Ask or Don't Ask?

Posted by Becca on 3/4/2011 to Natural Parenting

Since I love using cloth diapers so much, and since (to me) it seems like an obvious choice when it comes to baby care, it's only natural that I want to give them to friends of mine who are expecting, or who have children in diapers. Maybe part of my reasons for giving cloth diapers away is because I no longer really need any more, so it's a way for me to feed into my little "diaper obsession". Mostly, it's because I just love sharing anything I can that will make taking care of a baby easier for a mom I know and love. Giving cloth diapers poses a risk.

Cloth diapers are an investment - one well spent if they're used, and money wasted if the recipient of the gift lets them sit on a shelf, unopened and gathering dust. I can't imagine a bigger waste of a baby gift than unused cloth diapers.

Your feedback is important to us!

Posted by Julie on 3/3/2011 to Cloth Diaper News

Did you know Diaper Junction is a Directory member at Diaperpin? Diaperpin is a popular resource for existing cloth diapering families and for those interested in getting started with cloth diapers.

We know that youíre out there, shopping til you drop, addicted to cloth diapers and their ever so cute accessories. We also know that chances are youíre not leaving feedback for each transaction and probably not reviews for each of the products you own or have tried.

Cloth Diapers: Never Give Up

Posted by CDB Guest on 3/2/2011 to Cloth Diaper Reviews

I wanted to use cloth diapers for my son because Iím cheap. There it is. Sure, I like saving the environment, I wanted things to be healthier for The Burrito, blah blah blah. Really, Iím cheap, and the prospect of spending a little upfront for all my kids instead of thousands of dollars for each kid just appealed to my thriftiness. Since most of our initial diaper stash was gifts, we had a pretty reasonable upfront investment. In terms of using the diapers, though, things kept standing in my way, though.

Two Cloth Bundles of Joy

Posted by CDB Guest on 3/1/2011 to Cloth Diapering Multiples

In my first post, I mentioned that I am planning to cloth diaper my babies. I admit it. I have fallen for the cute designs and soft fabrics that make up the world of modern cloth diapering.

But my first turn to the idea came in dollars and sense... Upon the news of expecting twins, I tried to wrap my mind around the sheer number of dirty diapers that two cute little babies would make. The figures boggled my mind, and worse still, threatened my checkbook!

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