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The Cloth vs. Disposable Dilemma isn't much of a dilemma really.

Posted by Cloth Diaper Blog Guest on 3/25/2008 to Cloth vs. Disposables
And the debate rages on.  There will always be two sides to every story and two sets of researchers, statistics, results and opinions.  The cloth vs. disposable debate have been discussed and the statistics analyzed.  We don't think there's much to debate, where do you stand on the issues?

Make EVERY Day an Earth Day starting today!

Posted by Cloth Diaper Blog Guest on 3/13/2008 to Green Living
Go green with cloth diapers and other natural and more sustainable lifestyle choices.  Let's not just celebrate Earth Day once a year, let's celebrate it each and every day with the choices we make.

The Best Green Baby Blogs

Posted by Cloth Diaper Blog Guest on 2/29/2008 to Cloth Diaper News
Diaper Junction's Cloth Diaper Blog makes the Best Green Baby Guide list of blogs.  Woot!

Cloth Diapers hold piles of...

Posted by Cloth Diaper Blog Guest on 2/2/2008 to Cloth Diaper News
Jenn Labit of makes the news for her success with the Cottonbabies BumGenius brand of cloth diapers and accessories.

New York Times questions the environmental soundness of Fuzzi Bunz.

Posted by Cloth Diaper Blog Guest on 1/30/2008 to Cloth Diaper News

BumGenius Deluxe All In One Cloth Diaper

Posted by Cloth Diaper Blog Guest on 1/27/2008 to Cloth Diaper Reviews
The bumGenius! Newborn All In One Diaper features stretchy tabs, hook & loop closures and soft thigh and back casings; designed to fit great every single time. The super-absorbent microfiber terry internal soaker dries quickly while the suedecloth lining keeps baby dry and rash free.

Fuzzi Bunz Pocket Diapers replace disposable diapers!

Posted by Cloth Diaper Blog Guest on 1/4/2008 to Cloth vs. Disposables
Looking for an alternative to disposable diapers?  Fuzzi Bunz Pocket Diapers are so easy to use, so comfortable for baby and super absorbent. They're the perfect modern choice when you're looking to ditch disposables for a more natural and affordable long-term cloth diapering option.

How to wash bumGenius! One-Size cloth diapers

Posted by Bryana on 1/1/2008 to Cloth Diaper How-To

Washing bumGenius! Cloth Diapers is quite easy.

How Do I Wash and Care for bumGenius! 4.0 One-Size Cloth DiapersThe bumGenius! 4.0 One-Size Cloth Diaper, as well as the other styles of bumGenius! diapers, are single-use cloth diapers; after they have been soiled they require a complete wash and dry cycle before they can be used on your baby again.

Prefolds and Aristocrats for nghttime diapering and beyond!

Posted by Cloth Diaper Blog Guest on 12/20/2007 to Troubleshooting
Need a nighttime cloth diapering solution?  Look no further.

The Aristocrats Wool Longies are a natural solution for total night-time or day-time cloth diaper coverage; the double-layered knit design gives extra absorbency right where it's needed.

Pair with some extra fluffy Diaper Rite prefolds and your baby will be sleeping sound and dry all night long.

BumGenius 4.0 Onesize Cloth Diaper, Pocket Diapers done right!

Posted by Cloth Diaper Blog Guest on 12/11/2007 to Cloth Diaper Reviews
The NEW bumGenius! 4.0 One Size Pocket Diapers come loaded with several new features, including SNAPS and REPLACEABLE ELASTIC. Adjust to fit babies from 7 to 35+ lbs.!

Prefold Diapers

Posted by Cloth Diaper Blog Guest on 12/6/2007 to Cloth Diaper Reviews
If I could only select one style of cloth diapers, I would chose prefold diapers. Not only are they the most economical cloth diapering system available, but they are comfortably soft, exceptionally durable, highly absorbent, and even beyond that, prefold diapers are compatible with just about every diaper cover made.

Would you like to wear paper or plastic underwear?

Posted by CDB Guest on 11/16/2007 to Cloth vs. Disposables

When I cloth diapered my babies I was on the answering side of a lot of questions. Of course, people had heard the horror stories from their grandmothers, or possibly their mothers, about cloth diapers. They always want to know WHY I would chose cloth diapers when the alternative, disposable diapers, were readily available.

That question was a simple one to answer. It was answered with a question of my own. "Would YOU like to wear paper or plastic underwear?"

When are Diaper Covers Required?

Posted by Bryana on 11/8/2007 to Cloth Diaper How-To

When you run a cloth diapering business, there are questions that arise that truly do throw you for a loop. Perhaps it is because we've been selling cloth diapers a long while now and can't clearly remember back to when we didn't know anything about cloth diapering. Perhaps it is because we've answered some questions so many times we think surely there isn't anyone else on the face of the earth that needs this question answered. And perhaps, just perhaps, it is because we try very hard to give detailed product descriptions so that those visiting our online cloth diaper store know exactly what each item is and does/does not do.

Diesel Diapers?

Posted by Bryana on 10/31/2007 to Cloth Diaper News

As I've stated here at CDB more than once, disposable diapers are for single use only, but wait! Maybe, I'm wrong. And if so, I've got to hand it to Luciana Piciacchia, vice-president of Quebec operations for the global engineering giant AMEC PLC. Why? You ask. Because Piciacchia is overseeing the design of a plant in Quebec that intends to churn up the 3.6 million tons of diaper waste accumulated in the last 3 1/2 decades, and subsequent decades, and make it into synthetic diesel fuel.

Can Babies Be Diaper Free?

Posted by Bryana on 10/23/2007 to Cloth Diaper News

Of course babies can be diaper free - just take off their diaper! Yea, and then see what mess ensues. Unless, that is, you adopt the techniques used by those teaching Elimination Communication.

Elimination Communication, also referred to as Infant Potty Training, is steadily picking up speed in the United States as another alternative to dealing with baby's waste.

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