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DIY Cloth Diaper Cake featuring Kissaluvs Newborn Fitteds!

Posted by Bryana on 5/14/2014 to Cloth Diaper How-To
cloth diaper cake,baby showerHeaded to a baby shower for someone who will be cloth diapering? Learn to make an awesome cloth diaper cake for decoration or a gift!

The recipient will thank you, we promise!

The Diaper Cream Difference

Posted by Bryana on 11/1/2013 to Newborn Diapering
Diaper cream helps to protect your baby's bottom so that he or she does not develop an uncomfortable rash. Diaper rash can range from mild to severe, so it is important to prevent it from happening in the first place. You can apply this cream with a cloth diaper to keep 
When you are looking for a diaper cream, keep your baby's skin in mind. For example, there are creams out there that are specifically formulated for sensitive skin. If you baby has sensitive skin, it is important to cater to this. You should also think about any skin conditions that your baby has, if any. For example, if your baby has eczema, you may need to get a cream that is specifically made for eczema. Getting a cream that does not work well with your baby's skin could do more harm than good. If you are ever in doubt, talk to your child's pediatrician.

This time around I am going to cloth diaper my newborn!

Posted by Bert on 10/24/2013 to Cloth Diaper How-To
newborn cloth diapersLast week I told you all how I'm pregnant with baby #3. This week I'm going to tell you how excited I am to use cloth diapers from the very beginning of this babe's life. That's (Read more...)

A Doctor's take on Infant Digestion, Food Allergies, Intolerances and Elimination Diet

Posted by Julie on 9/7/2013 to Mom Madness
infant digestionParents these days are dealing with some serious diaper issues; constipation, foul smelling, irregular bowel movements you name it. This month I want to help explain why your little one can’t digest food like you right away. Our digestive system is a series of tubes, liquids, and scrubbers; to break it down simply. It all begins in our mouth with saliva and enzymes that begin to break down our food.

Cloth Diaper Tip: How to cloth diaper a newborn baby

Posted by Becca on 8/13/2013 to Cloth Diaper How-To
newborn cloth diapers,cloth diaperingBefore I had my baby, I had grand illusions of discovering all the ins and outs of perfectly cloth diapering a newborn and sharing all my neatly refined wisdom with you in perfectly packaged form.

Now, I know that's not going to happen. I'm not gonna lie...(Read more)

Cloth Diapers fit for a King: The Royal Baby Registry

Posted by Julie on 7/24/2013 to Cloth Diaper News
royal baby registry,royal baby,kate's registryI am ROYALLY speculating of course, but that can be SO fun!

Can you even imagine the Royal Baby Registry? Let's dream a little together shall we?

Diaper Junction Family in Focus: The Valenzuela Family

Posted by Valerie on 4/3/2013 to Family Focus

Proud Papa Edward with Adryana and Ashton.The Family Focus series allows us to spotlight a cloth-diapering family that makes our online community so strong. This month's Family Focus is on the Valenzuela family. Polly and Edward have been married for 8 years, but together as a couple for 11 years. They have two children and their third child is expected to arrive any day now.

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.

Cloth Diapers for Newborns

Posted by Bridget on 1/5/2012 to Getting Started

If you have a newborn baby, it may be hard to find diapers in general for him or her, let alone if you want to cloth diaper your baby. Luckily, an increasing number of companies are selling cloth diapers for newborns in their collections so that even the tiniest of babies can be diapered using this method.

FAQ: What do I need?

Posted by Becca on 11/17/2011 to Baby Wearing

Okay, so you’ve decided to cloth diaper probably because you know you’ll save thousands doing so not to mention the fact that you’re helping the environment and your baby’s precious skin.  But what next?  What does cloth diapering your baby entail?

The stash. You need a stash of diapers that will suit your cloth diapering needs.  The amount of diapers you should have will depend upon whether or not you will be using cloth diapers full time or part time.  A newborn will soil 8-12 diapers a day and an older child will soil 6-8 diapers a day.  I would suggest that you need enough cloth diapers to get you through at least two days of diaper changes if you’re going to cloth diaper full time.  If you are going to do it part time, any number of cloth diapers will help keep your disposable diaper bill down.  Even if you only use three cloth diapers a day, that means you won’t have to buy 90 disposables that month.

Are Newborn Cloth Diapers worth the investment?

Posted by CDB Guest on 6/19/2011 to Newborn Diapering

Newborn Cloth Diapers: Are They Worth the Investment?

My short and long answer to this would be, “Yes”. I didn’t start cloth diapering my daughter full-time until she was nearly two months old, so the dilemma of whether or not to purchase the itty bitty little creations was never one we were faced with.  Now that I feel cloth diapering is second-nature, I fully plan on starting it from day one with our next. Because of that, I have been conducting quite a bit of research on newborn diapers.

Bumkins AIO Newborn

Posted by Bryana on 2/16/2007 to Newborn Diapering
Use Bumkins Newborn AIO Cloth Diapers at night and your baby will spend more time sleeping which means you'll spend more time waking!  There are many benefits to using an AIO, read all about them.