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Out with the old, in with the new

Posted by Bryana on 5/2/2007 to Getting Started

Let's talk about the modernization of cloth diapers, shall we? We all know that cloth diapers have been around for quite some time - ask your grandmother, she'll know, but to say that today's diapers have not advanced would be a falsehood. Yes, you can get the same ol' single-layer, flat squares. And if you're really hankering for it, you can even secure them with metal diaper pins and use waterproof plastic pull-on pants to keep the moisture in. BUT? You don't have to. Nope ... diapers have moved into the new millenium.

Disposable diapers are for SINGLE USE only

Posted by Bryana on 5/1/2007 to Cloth vs. Disposables

Use a cloth diaper again and again. By definition, disposable diapers are single use items. The debate rages on and on whether or not disposable diapers are more environmentally sound than cloth diapers, but for the life of me I can't figure out why.

Sitters chose disposables over cloth diapers?

Posted by CDB Guest on 4/30/2007 to Cloth vs. Disposables
Sitters chose disposables over cloth diapers?Are you familiar at all with the National Association of Diaper Services? If not, check out their link - specifically, their directory of cloth diaper services across the United States. Not everyone wants to care for their child's cloth diapers in their home - we understand that. Our goal is to promote the use of cloth diapers over disposable diapers and, hopefully, run a successful family business in the meantime. However, we understand that not everyone is within our reach - and for those that aren't - we want options available.

Mini Shower Spray Wand for Cloth Diapers

Posted by CDB Guest on 4/28/2007 to Cloth Diaper Reviews
Cloth diapering truly isn't the nightmare that some think it is. In fact, over and over at our online cloth diaper store we hear about how EASY it is and how our customers wish they had started earlier.

Do you need vinegar in your cloth diaper wash?

Posted by Bryana on 4/27/2007 to Washing Cloth Diapers

We've talked about why using baking soda in your cloth diaper wash can be beneficial and now we are going to tackle the question about distilled white vinegar. Please note, I did NOT say apple cider vinegar ... which is not to be used unless you want your diapers to become discolored or dingy.

Natural living is a family's business

Posted by CDB Guest on 4/26/2007 to Cloth Diaper News

We talk a lot about cloth diapering here ... *der* we are a cloth diapering blog, however, we are also strong advocates of many other natural family living choices. And by family, we mean everyone in the family. Making more natural living choices means getting everyone on board. It IS a family's business to be about the work of making more earth-friendly, healthy choices.

Using Vinegar to Wash Cloth Diapers

Posted by CDB Guest on 4/25/2007 to Getting Started

We've talked about why using baking soda in your cloth diaper wash can be beneficial and now we are going to tackle the question about distilled white vinegar. Please note, I did NOT say apple cider vinegar ... which is not to be used unless you want your diapers to become discolored or dingy.

Baking Soda - Why Use it for Washing Cloth Diapers

Posted by CDB Guest on 4/13/2007 to Getting Started

There is a lot of accumulated knowledge out in the online cloth diapering community regarding. One of the questions we get often is whether or not you should use Baking Soda to wash your cloth diapers.

Group Rubbishes Nappy Habits

Posted by CDB Guest on 4/10/2007 to Cloth Diaper News

alt="Group rubbishes nappy habits." />I'm a visual learner and so I had to smile when I came across this trashy display of disposable diapers.

Measuring Baby for Great Fitting Cloth Diapers

Posted by CDB Guest on 4/5/2007 to Getting Started

Once you've decided to cloth diaper and selected the cloth diapering system you are going to use, your next step is to determine the proper size for your baby.

Washing cloth diapers in a laundry mat

Posted by CDB Guest on 4/4/2007 to Cloth vs. Disposables

As we read across blogs and web forums we hear a lot of excuses for why families don't cloth diaper their babies - even from families who pride themselves in making earth-friendly choices.

Baby Boot Camp

Posted by CDB Guest on 4/3/2007 to Getting Started

The Quantico Marine Corps Base hosts a monthly class for expectant husbands and wives to attend together called Baby Boot Camp. The six-hour program covers the gamut of experiences that new parents can expect, from sleeplessness to get this ... changing diapers!

Cloth Diapering Advocacy - Keeping It Real

Posted by Bryana on 3/26/2007 to Cloth Diaper News

The Real Diaper Association does it right in so many ways. The mission is basic, "to increase the use of simple, reusable cloth diapers". And in the last few years, they have done just that.

Breastfeeding Moms Prefer Cloth Diapers

Posted by Bryana on 3/25/2007 to Breast Feeding

Are you trading trash for your personal convenience?

Posted by CDB Guest on 3/24/2007 to Green Living

As a mother I enjoy many modern conveniences. Take for instance the microwave - perfect for re-heating the same cup of coffee 3 times because I was too busy wiping noses, bums, or putting together Lego® castles to sit down and drink it. Yea microwave! GO MICROWAVE!

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