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Reusable Diapers

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

Reusable Diapers Make Sense

Newer isn't always better, and that's certainly the case with the relatively recent introduction of disposable diapering. Just think about it: does covering your baby's most sensitive areas with a combination of plastics, chemicals, and other substances in the name of convenience make any sense? Washable diapers are enjoying a surge in popularity as more people discover that by avoiding disposables, they can dress their babies in genuine comfort, help the environment, and save money at the same time. Spend a few minutes browsing the huge selection of diapering choices available at Dipaer Junction. You'll soon see that reusable diapers are an excellent alternative for you and your baby. After more than six years in the cloth diapering business, we're sure you won't be disappointed once you learn more about our products and give natural diapering a try.

All in One Diaper

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

When it comes to cloth diapering, there's a style that's right for every preference and every budget. Prefold diapers are at the most basic end of the scale and offer versatility and economical use that's vital to many parents. If convenience is the most important factor for you, or if your baby will be changed often by other caregivers, then you may want to consider one of the more advanced diapering systems. An all in one diaper is just what the name implies: an absorbent inner core with an outer cover already permanently attached to it. With hook and loop closures on the tabs, this style mimics disposables as far as ease of use, but it providers your baby the wonderful comfort of natural materials. This option is especially popular with day-care workers, grandparents, and other caregivers who need a quick and easy solution to diapering.

First Impressions of Cloth Diapers

Posted by Becca on 12/27/2010 to Baby Wearing

Those Who Cloth Diaper Should Teach!

Posted by CDB Guest on 10/29/2010 to Getting Started

Imagine our pleased surprise to see that Eastside Library in Spokane, Washington will hold a free class on diapering this weekend. With the rising advocacy for cloth diapers connected to green concerns, it's great to see a free community event is available to people in that area who want to learn more. Even if parents ultimately decide not to go cloth, that the opportunity is there for learning the ease of use and economical benefits gives me hope that perhaps other communities will take a cue from Spokane and offer similar classes.

Cloth Diapers - A Family Matter

Posted by CDB Guest on 10/10/2010 to Getting Started

“We’re using reusable diapers, you know!” my trendy sister said to her soon-to-be-husband as she snuggled up to her only niece who also happens to be my daughter.

Customize your diaper stash to meet your needs.

Posted by Cloth Diaper Blog Guest on 8/5/2010 to Getting Started
Great tips and tricks to read before beginning to invest in cloth diapers.  This post highlights what cloth diapers to buy and how many, in order to ensure that you end up with a cloth diaper stash that will suit your baby's needs.

Vacation Diaries: Pee in an Elevator

Posted by Becca on 7/8/2010 to Getting Started

When we went to the beach this summer for our vacation, I was so excited to use my daughter's cloth swim diapers for the first time.

Now, I sort of realized that swim diapers are not waterproof. I'd read somewhere that they are made this way so that a baby won't be held down by absorbent layers while swimming. But honestly, it just didn't occur to me that putting my baby in her swim diaper before getting to the pool just wasn't the best idea.

How to Find a Cloth Diaper Outlet

Posted by Bridget on 6/5/2010 to Getting Started

One of the reasons that many people don’t cloth diaper, even if they know about all of the advantages, is that cloth diapers are not near as readily available if you live in a smaller area. You have to find a cloth diaper outlet or a specialty store that sells baby products.

Cloth Diapering Must-Haves

Posted by CDB Guest on 5/13/2010 to Getting Started

There are a couple of cloth diapering accessories I have found to be indispensible to my cloth diapering routine. I think they are items any cloth diapering mommy or daddy absolutely must have.

Cloth Diapering Not for Wimps?

Posted by CDB Guest on 5/6/2010 to Getting Started

I’ve come to the conclusion that cloth diapering is not for wimps. BUT, it’s also not as difficult as it may seem, at first.

Flip One Size Diaper System Review

Posted by Cloth Diaper Blog Guest on 3/21/2010 to Baby Wearing

Before this review, I want to thank Diaper Junction for their generosity; I can't recall the last time I received such great customer service from an online source and more than that-such AWESOME FREEBIES!!!

I have tried the FREE Flip One Size Diaper System I won and am very impressed.

A Cloth Diapering Dictionary

Posted by Becca on 3/20/2010 to Getting Started

If you are new to cloth diapering and happen upon one of the many websites that sell cloth diapers, then all the titles, monikers, and nicknames can be quite confusing - I should know! I came into cloth diapering pretty much on my own; there were no brick and mortar diaper stores near me so I had no one to talk to about, and no opportunities to see, these wonderful cloth diapers in person.

Why are there so many options?!

Posted by CDB Guest on 1/21/2010 to Getting Started

That is one of the first things people ask when they consider the option to cloth diaper. This question is usually closely followed by, "What does all this mean?" AIO (all-in-ones), pockets, one size, doublers, inserts, prefolds, covers; it's like another language, not to mention overwhelming!

Why Consider Cloth Diapers for Baby?

Posted by Bryana on 1/14/2010 to Getting Started

Whether you are expecting your first baby or preparing for your fourth, this might be the first time you've considered cloth diapering. If so, you most probably have a few questions about cloth diapers in general, and perhaps some more specific questions like:

Just how do cloth diapers work? Maybe your concern is economical and you need to know how much do cloth baby diapers typically cost? More often than not, the dad asks how long does it take to clean cloth diapers?. And finally, if we make it past that question there is an even bigger one to answer…which diapers are best for my baby?

Just like any other choice you make for your baby, searching for the "right" cloth diapers for your baby means finding the right cloth diapers for your family as a whole.

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