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A cloth diapering mom using disposable diapers!

Posted by Becca on 10/29/2015 to Cloth vs. Disposables
disposable diapersHi, my name is Becca, and I’m about to start using disposable diapers for the “first” time.

I should revise that. I’m not purchasing them or placing them on my child, but I will be...(read more)

Diaper Need Awareness Week Sept 8-14 #diaperneed

Posted by Julie on 9/8/2014 to Cloth vs. Disposables
diaper needDiaper Need Awareness Week is Sept 8-14 with the purpose of bringing attention to the fact that potentially millions of babies nationwide are going without a sufficient supply of clean diapers.


Cloth Diaper Humor: Old School Diapers

Posted by Julie on 1/27/2014 to Cloth vs. Disposables
cloth diaper humorOne day we hope that because of our cloth diaper advocacy efforts and new generations of cloth diapered children, that they'll look back at disposables...and refer to THEM as Old School Diapers!

Liberate your family with cloth diapers!

Posted by Becca on 12/18/2013 to Cloth vs. Disposables
baby,family,cloth diapersMy family loves going out to eat at Cracker Barrel. It’s a cute, inexpensive little restaurant with amazing southern­style food that has made it’s way up the coast even as far as southern New England, where my family lives. If you’ve never been to Cracker Barrel, let (Read more...)

One Size Diapers, How long can you really expect them to last?

Posted by Julie on 11/13/2013 to Cloth vs. Disposables
cloth diapers,one size,truthThe cost savings between using cloth diapers and disposables is a big selling point when people consider switching. The invent of one size diapers helped to further boost the cloth diaper appeal.

Now not only could you save by investing in cloth diapers, you can invest in less cloth diapers because when you use one size diapers they will last from birth through potty training, right? Well this may not always be the case.

2012 Great Cloth Diaper Survey

Posted by Stacey on 11/8/2012 to Cloth Diaper News
Diaper Junction is asking you to participate in the Real Diaper Association Great Cloth Diaper Survey.

Why is this important? The RDA is out there making the world a more cloth-diaper friendly place! Click here and spend 15-20 minutes to be part of the the most comprehensive view yet of cloth diapering practices.

Cloth Diaper Blog presents - the Mother-In-Law Diaries

Posted by Stacey on 10/22/2012 to Cloth vs. Disposables

She thinks cloth diapering is for hippies.

My mother-in-law and I have a very special relationship that involves colossal amounts of passive aggression (on her end) and patience (on my end). My husband is an only child from rural NY and I come from a huge family of eccentric French-Cajuns from New Orleans. You do the math.

New Mom on the Block

Posted by Stacey on 10/16/2012 to Breast Feeding
The Cloth Diaper Blog is getting an editorial facelift and we are stepping outside the diaper pail to bring you new topics and fresh content! Feel free to comment about our new approach and let us know if there is a topic that you would like to see.

So many options; Cloth Diapers vs. Disposable Diapers.

Posted by Becca on 6/4/2012 to Cloth vs. Disposables
I'm no disposable diapering expert, but from what little observation I make of the cluttered shelves in the baby aisles of my local grocery and super stores, it seems that you have only a couple of options when it comes to disposable diapersexpensive, more expensive, and most expensive.

How do cloth diapers compare to disposables in terms of options?

Cloth Diapers in Daycare, Do you know your state's regulations?

Posted by Bryana on 4/24/2012 to Cloth vs. Disposables
In the spirit of Real Diaper Week last week, I wrote to our state daycare regulations board asking if they would consider changing the wording about cloth diapers.  In our state of Virginia, the regulation stipulates that disposable diaper shall be used unless the child has an adverse reaction to them. 


Buy Cloth Diapers to Save Money

Posted by Bryana on 2/15/2012 to Cloth vs. Disposables

Having a baby is expensive. And in these times, some people find it almost unbearably expensive to afford everything that is needed for a baby. Diapers are at the top of this list. They are just not cheap. But, you can buy cloth diapers to save money so that you can afford your baby.

FAQ: Poop In the Washing Machine

Posted by Becca on 11/16/2011 to Baby Wearing

You Want What?

Posted by CDB Guest on 10/7/2011 to Cloth vs. Disposables

When you are expecting a baby, a bunch of things run through your mind.  Among millions of things you check off your list of essentials for your precious little bundle are diapers.  One big decision that is usually overlooked is which route you may choose to diaper your baby. 

Most people automatically assume disposables and ask you "are you going to use Huggies or Pampers?"  There is an option that more parents are considering: cloth.  Some people get discouraged with all the negative feedback from people (and believe me, there is a lot!).  Some people buy a few cloth diapers but for various reasons, end up using disposables and many others try cloth diapers and absolutely love them! 

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