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Full-Time "Work-Away-From-Home" Mommas CAN Cloth Diaper! Here's How

Posted by CDB Guest on 4/29/2010 to Cloth Diaper How-To

I will be perfectly honest - I didn't always want to use cloth diapers. In fact, for the first few months of my pregnancy, I was adamantly opposed to the idea. I wanted fast, I wanted easy, I wanted simple.

It wasn't that I hated the earth or wanted my baby to get lots of diaper rash, I was just really, really overwhelmed. I was expecting my first child and I knew that soon after my son's birth (9 weeks, to be exact) I would return to work full-time.

To top things off, I also faced parenthood alone. I don't think anyone could blame me for not wanting to create more work for myself!

Cloth Diapering at Night? Yes you can!

Posted by CDB Guest on 4/12/2010 to Night Time Diapering

Using cloth diapers at night can be a scary idea. Especially if have already used disposable diapers and feel secure they will not leak. Believe it or not, you can have that same security at night with cloth diapers! There are many ways to find the right night-time cloth diapering solution for your baby - even if he is a heavy wetter. Here are some night-time solutions that have proven to work for many a mama.

Hooks and Loops or Snaps? What works for you?

Posted by Becca on 4/11/2010 to Cloth Diaper How-To
We love cloth diapers in my house—both my husband and I, but the types of cloth diapers we prefer is a different story altogether. I prefer diapers that snap and he prefers hook and loop diapers. Talking with fellow cloth diapering bloggers and also friends who cloth diaper, the different preferences, even within one household, isn't a new story.

7 Things I've Learned About Cloth Diapering

Posted by CDB Guest on 4/8/2010 to Natural Parenting

Word of Mouth

Posted by Becca on 4/5/2010 to Natural Parenting

I'm in the line at the grocery store. My adorable daughter is comfortably covered in her cloth diapers and snuggled safe and happy against me in the Moby Wrap while I carefully stocking the conveyor belt with all my groceries.

I hear the sweet whimper of an infant that is not my own and turn to see proud new parents with a baby gently hidden behind protective layers of blankets in his car seat.

Going Coverless

Posted by CDB Guest on 4/1/2010 to Cloth Diaper How-To

If you often frequent cloth diapering or natural parenting forums, you may have heard this term quite a bit. So what is going coverless? Going coverless is when you have your baby in fitted diapers or prefold diapers without any sort of diaper covers.

It may sound like a strange idea, but there are actually benefits for your child to go coverless. I have heard many a mama ask questions about how to do it and thought I could help answer some of those questions for you.

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