Cloth Diapering

25 July 2013

It's official. We are going to cloth diaper our little one.  I have done a lot of research on this and it just seems like the best thing for our family. It's very inexpensive compared to purchasing disposable diapers for a year and a half to two years. I explained it all to my Husband and he agreed that we should cloth diaper.

I'm going to try and accumulate a cloth diaper stash early so that I can have enough diapers by the time the baby gets here. I've joined a few local Co-Ops on Facebook. The first set of diapers that I purchased was from Kawaii. They are the diaper covers. Now I need to purchase some pre-folds. I haven't found any that I like yet. Next I plan to purchase some of the All In One Diapers with the Inserts. 

Who else cloth diapers? How do you like it? Would you recommend a new mom to cloth diaper?

4 comments:

  1. How do you go about cleaning a cloth diaper? Rinse the poop off in the sink before putting it in the washer! Sorry I'm just really curious because I would also like to do this when I have kids to be more "Green" but I'm worried about the clean up process and sanitizing?

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    1. You would rinse the poop off in the toilet. They have diaper washers. Cost about $50 for one. Some people use the long removable shower head and rinse the diapers off in the toilet with that. I think i might buy diaper liners. Its a thin insert that will keep solids on it. So if the baby poops you can toss the liner i the toilet and only pee will be in the cloth diaper. Then you will not have to einse anything. They can go straight in the washing machine

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  2. i have heard a lot of those that use cloth diapers like it a lot. but then again, if you are a good couponer, you can get disposable diapers pretty cheap too with coupons and they are out ALL the time!

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    1. I will use disposables when traveling away from home.

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