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Trimmer cloth diapering systems for boys

Posted by Bryana on 10/22/2007 to Cloth Diaper How-To

It is true that cloth diapers are traditionally bulkier than their disposable alternatives. With cloth diapers the absorbent inner core is not millions of tiny gel beads that can absorb 200 to 300 times their weight, but instead soft, natural, absorbent cotton fibers. That said, cloth diapers come in all shapes and sizes and today's cloth diapering tip is how to find a trimmer cloth diapering system for boys.

The fast, efficient, and economical cloth diaper fold

Posted by Bryana on 10/8/2007 to Cloth Diaper How-To

Most of the time when I see the words "fast", "efficient" and "economical" grouped together it brings to mind preservative ridden fast food restaurants or low-quality dollar stores.

That is why I LOVE the cloth diaper fold known as the Angel Fold. It is fast and efficient to put on baby, as well as economical. The Angel Fold utilizes diaper service quality cloth diapering products that will hold up over time through subsequent babies. You would be hard pressed to find a better deal.

Making Greener Choices: Leading by Example

Posted by Bryana on 10/1/2007 to Green Living

I love to Google for the term "Cloth Diaper" and select the search link for "NEWS". In fact, even more, I love subscribing to the alerts and have them show up nice and neat in my inbox.

Cloth Diapers Reduce Carbon Footprint

Posted by Bryana on 9/13/2007 to Green Living

In her article, 50 Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint, Diane Solomon cuts to the chase by simplifying ways EACH OF US can help cool down our earth. I say "our earth" because until we take personal responsibility we won't truly make change.

Cloth Diapers Make a Comeback Thanks to the Internet

Posted by Bryana on 9/11/2007 to Cloth Diaper News

Faye Butler is not the only momma that has said something like this:
"My impression of cloth diapers was always a faint memory of plain white flat cotton cloths and hot vinyl Gerber pants,"

In the last several years, we have heard those words over and over from mothers, fathers, and guardians who have stumbled upon our online cloth diaper store.

Pampering without Pampers

Posted by Bryana on 8/29/2007 to Getting Started

This week I was invited to a baby shower. As in the tradition of expectant mothers, a gift registry was made available at the nearby commercial baby stores or baby sections for me to select a gift to bring to the shower. I enjoy shopping for baby gifts. I remember my first child - my first baby shower. It was a magical time, a special time.

Potty Training is No Express Flight

Posted by Bryana on 8/13/2007 to Potty Training

We often get asked about Potty Training - or rather, HOW to Potty Train a child that has been cloth diapered. There are a gamut of questions that come from both sides of the cloth diapering spectrum; questions like "How will they know NOT to pee in their cotton training underwear when they've always peed and pooped in their cotton diapers?" to "Is it true that babies that have been cloth diapered potty train easier?"

The most useless, yet costly, nursery item you can buy

Posted by Bryana on 8/10/2007 to Green Living

Your friends are about to throw you a baby shower. You are so excited and hop off to your local baby supercenter to register. Maybe you go to two or three places, after all this is your first, second, or fifteenth baby and YOU NEED STUFF. It is an exciting time - a time for planning and implementing, and if you're like the majority of us, a time to save where you can.

Response to Confessions of a Cloth-Diapering Failure

Posted by Bryana on 8/8/2007 to Cloth Diaper News

This morning I read a very honest article, Confessions of a Cloth-Diapering Failure. Part of the business of promoting and selling cloth diapers, of course, is troubleshooting with customers when their cloth diapering experience doesn't measure up to their initial expectations.

How do I stop leaks with prefolds?

Posted by Bryana on 6/25/2007 to Troubleshooting

Cloth diapers are highly absorbent and well-suited for newborn baby blow-outs, heavy wetters, and night-time diapering, however some new diapering parents still get leaks with prefold diapers.

Politics of poo

Posted by Bryana on 6/22/2007 to Cloth Diaper News

Swim Diapers - Cloth diapers at the pool

Posted by Bryana on 6/14/2007 to Getting Started

Summer is here and with it comes water activities. Whether your baby or toddler is playing in a backyard wading pool, or going with you to the community pool or public waterpark, a swim diaper is a necessity.

One-size diapers for families with multiple babies

Posted by Bryana on 5/18/2007 to Cloth Diapering Multiples

Any time there are multiple babies and/or toddlers in a home still in diapers, the budget has to expand to keep those kids' bums covered (pun intended *wink*). One thing you do not see in the disposable diaper market, but is a steadily growing style of cloth diaper is one-size cloth diapers. One-size cloth diapers are an economical approach to cloth diapering multiple children of varying ages and sizes.

Be a part of the Real Diaper Giveaway!

Posted by Bryana on 5/8/2007 to Cloth Diaper News

Seattle proposal to tax disposables is a good step in reducing waste

Posted by Bryana on 5/4/2007 to Cloth Diaper News

In one of my posts back in March I asked the question, "Are you trading trash for your personal convenience?" I wrote:

"There are battles after battles for where to place the newest landfills. No one wants them in their backyard - who can blame them - but it doesnt stop their usage of them. I take issue with that. If you are a mass contributor to the mess - then at least carry the responsibility."

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