Sunday, June 13

Cloth Diapers

I've been thinking about doing it for a long time. A few days ago I finally got up the nerve to order some. Here's what I got:

A 5-pack of Kushies All-in-One diapers from Diapers.com. I've read that it's smart to have a few around AND I was afraid Mike wouldn't help me diaper without them. LOL

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Mother-Ease One Size (Introductory Offer). Actually, I had bought this a while ago. I was hoping to use it with *L* for naptime, but it was too small.

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From Cottonbabies, I ordered 1 Thirsties cover and 2 Econobum covers...

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12 Indian Prefolds...

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... and 2 Snappis.

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I really like the Econobum cover with prefolds. (I haven't used the Thirsties yet.) I haven't been able to figure out the snappi, the baby won't lay still long enough... hmm maybe I should practice after he's already asleep. =)

2 comments:

  1. I have used prefolds on all sizes of babies. I like them because they are easy to clean, don't seem to get any build up. I never use a snappi with mine. Once you get it down, they don't move if your cover fits well. But, my husband is no good with the prefolds.

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  2. I miss cloth diapering my babies (not babies anymore though) I loved using pins but the snapi's are easier.
    Have fun!

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