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Training Pants, What are your options?

Posted by Becca on 10/30/2011 to Potty Training

My daughter is two years old now! It feels like moments ago that I held her for the first time and looked into her beautiful blue eyes. It feels like just yesterday that she was a newborn and it almost felt that she would stay that way forever! But now, now our precious Bunny is a little girl. Shes no longer a baby, and not even really a toddler anymore. Shes a little girl capable of complex sentences and hilarious conversations. She is also capable of going pee pee and poopy on the pottythough she has yet to do so eagerly or of her own free will.

Cloth Diaper Appropriate Clothing?

Posted by Becca on 10/26/2011 to Getting Started

In my opinion, there’s nothing cuter than a baby’s cloth-diapered bottom, or what cloth-diapering parents like to call a “fluffy bum.” Yes, it’s bigger than the bottoms of disposable-diapered babies, but we like it that way. That large bum means that we’ve chosen the best for our babies! And besides, it’s great when they’re first learning to stand and walk because it offers some cushion for the many spills and falls that are bound to happen daily.

Adventures in Lactating: Cloth Nursing Pads!

Posted by Becca on 10/24/2011 to Breast Feeding

Nothing prepared me for what breastfeeding would be like. Absolutely nothing. I was told about the leaking, engorgement, and blistered nipples, but until I experienced it for myself, I had no way of understanding what those who’d gone before me were talking about.

Determining Cloth Diaper Size

Posted by Bryana on 10/22/2011 to Cloth Diaper How-To

How Do I Find the Right Size Cloth Diaper for My Baby?

How Do I Pick the Right Diaper Covers?If you are reading this, CONGRATULATIONS! You will not regret your decision to cloth diaper your baby.

Cloth Diapering: A Gateway to a Greener Lifestyle?

Posted by CDB Guest on 10/22/2011 to Green Living

What started as a simple way to save money actually transformed my life.

I love the color green, but never considered myself to be green or crunchy. I jumped into cloth diapering to save some green not be green. Something mysterious happened to me and my conversion began in November of 2009 when I became a cloth diaper junky. From the moment my sweet little boy had his bum covered in an oh-so-colorful cloth diaper I was addicted.  What started as a simple way to save money actually transformed my life.

A mother's experience with Baltic Amber for natural teething pain relief

Posted by CDB Guest on 10/19/2011 to Natural Parenting

I enjoy making more natural choices for my family and especially my babies. I cloth diaper, breastfeed, and make my own baby food so when a friend told me about amber teething necklaces I had to try it out.  I was already accustomed to using teething tablets instead of over-the-counter pain relievers. I am on my fourth baby and had never heard of using amber before. I did a little research and found that amber is a resin not a stone. As a resin, the amber actually dissolves into the skin and is absorbed into the body. For centuries people around the world have used amber to relieve pain and inflammation. I figured if it could not hurt him then maybe it could help him.

Becca's Potty Training Necessities, What are yours?

Posted by Becca on 10/17/2011 to Potty Training
Heading into the potty training stage? Read all about what you can expect and suggestions that will make potty training so much easier on you and your little one.

New and Improved FuzziBunz Elite

Posted by Julie on 10/15/2011 to Cloth Diaper Reviews

We know it can be totally confusing when a cloth diaper is constantly changing it's name, features, creating new versions, options and so on.  The good thing is that when a cloth diaper is changing, it's changing for the better.  FuzziBunz is no exception.  They're constantly striving to create a more convenient, reliable and easy to use alternative to disposable diapers.

You Want What?

Posted by CDB Guest on 10/7/2011 to Cloth vs. Disposables

When you are expecting a baby, a bunch of things run through your mind.  Among millions of things you check off your list of essentials for your precious little bundle are diapers.  One big decision that is usually overlooked is which route you may choose to diaper your baby. 

Most people automatically assume disposables and ask you "are you going to use Huggies or Pampers?"  There is an option that more parents are considering: cloth.  Some people get discouraged with all the negative feedback from people (and believe me, there is a lot!).  Some people buy a few cloth diapers but for various reasons, end up using disposables and many others try cloth diapers and absolutely love them! 

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