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The most complicated decision with choosing to cloth diaper is knowing what brand and style to use. Unlike prior to the 1940s, modern women have a lot of choices when it comes to diapering their kiddos. Since the 1990s, the modern cloth diaper market has exploded into tons of brands, each offering their own take… Continue reading Ai2s? OBFs? Eiei-o? Decoding Diaper Styles: What Kind Should I Buy?
Whether your reasons are environmental, health, monetary, or other, deciding to use cloth diapers is a huge decision and one that takes a bit of pre-planning to make things go smoothly. As we talked about last week, cloth is absolutely fantastic, but there are caveats to watch out for, namely getting too overexcited and… Continue reading I Want To Use Cloth Diapers: What Do I NEED?
If you’ve ever encountered a mom who cloth diapers her kid, you can guarantee that she has preached the good word of at least one of the following benefits of cloth: “Cloth is the best! It’ll save you so much money!” “You’ll never have leaks! It makes life easier!” “It doesn’t take very much time… Continue reading The Embarrassing Truths of Cloth Diapering Moms
// In most families, one of the parents makes the decision to cloth diaper, and the other has to be convinced to get on board. For some couples, this is an easy task, and for others, it takes a bit of persuasion. Either way, the bulk of the cloth diapering enthusiasm tends to fall on… Continue reading Cloth Diaper Quiz for Your Significant Other
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Many cloth diapering moms use cloth to save money. When you look at the basic math, spending as little as $200 and as much as $500 for diapers that will last you from birth to potty training for all of your kids versus paying $1,200-$2,000 PER kid for disposables, the frugal answer to diapering is… Continue reading In An Instant