*Previously published on The Cloth Diaper Whisperer* I am the original author. I developed a bad habit in my former life as a ‘sposie user. Time and time again, I’ve seen parents leave a disposable diaper on the baby â€œjust a little longerâ€ -and I’m embarrassed to admit I was guilty of this – because &hellip Continue reading
Iâ€™ve sporadically posted on my own blog because I decided to do some writing for Kellyâ€™s Closetâ€™s blog, The Cloth Diaper Whisper. When I began my cloth diapering journey, I was not set on any one distributor. I am loyal to Green Mountain for their prefolds, and for the ownerâ€™s commitment to only sell natural &hellip Continue reading
I recently guest-wrote a blog for Kelly’s Closet Blog, The Cloth Diaper Whisperer. Attack of the Great White Crusty gives advice on laundry routine in ultra-hard water regions (600ppm+).
Here’s my video on extreme budget diapering. It’s not for everyone, but it’s an option for those who want another option besides EconoBum.
I’ve noticed that for many people with a cloth diapering (CD) shop in their community, the shop quickly becomes the local hub of the CD community – much more than being just another retail location, it becomes a local source of information and support. Some of my favorites: Colorado Baby/Pampered Buns, in Grand Junction, CO &hellip Continue reading
I just can’t do it – I can’t cut my blue-edge CPF’s. I really, really love my blue-edge CPF’s. CPF’s, for the uninitiated, are Chinese Pre Folded diapers. I just found out that I can’t even get these (exact) diapers anymore; Green Mountain Diapers shares that they’ve been discontinued. They’ve been so useful over the &hellip Continue reading
There are a few of us around who remember using the original pinned diaper, the Flat Diaper, on our younger siblings. The art isn’t lost! This is not my video, but it’s so useful I want to share it. How to fold a cloth diaper (flat fold/flannel blanket) I remember my mom teaching me how &hellip Continue reading
This is the “Already Loved Diaper Key” used by Colorado Baby/Pampered Buns, out of Grand Junction, CO. It’s the best one I’ve seen so far (and will soon be updated). Clicking on the chart will take you to a slightly bigger, more easily read version:
How do the FuzziBunz and BabyKicks (1.0) compare? Absorbency: There is no competition here, the BabyKicks with the Joey-Bunz insert will far outsoak a FuzziBunz with its smaller microfiber insert. Dry-Feel: Again, no competition. This time the FuzziBunz comes out on top. The bamboo rayon inner of the BabyKicks is not a stay-dry layer; it &hellip Continue reading