I recently shared a post about overnight cloth diapers and Jessica at Carry Me Mommy reached out to let me know about one she sells that is a real hit with heavy wetters! Here is the Easy Peasies Dry-nights AIO cloth diaper! I have thoroughly tested this diaper on my 11 month old, and am excited to share with you my findings.
My last post on overnight cloth diapers sparked some great conversations and inspired me to write about Side Sleepers- that is, babies who sleep on their sides. If you are experiencing leg leaks overnight it could be because your baby is a side sleeper, or a fast wetter. These helpful tips and tricks can help slow down pee and lock it in the cloth diaper. You can utilize the flexibility of flat diapers, boosters and liners to make your fitted diapers bulletproof overnight! Adding a wool cover on top is not as intimidating as you might think, and will really…
In those early weeks your baby is up feeding every few hours and, if they’re like mine, pooping too. So you change several times overnight as needed. But once babe is sleeping longer (hallelujah) you’d rather not disturb them with a change overnight. Ordinary daytime cloth won’t last you, but there are a few different solutions that can go the distance!
Cloth diapering requires a few great accessories to be successful. It’s extra exciting when one of those accessories proves itself useful in other areas, too! Wet bags are an integral part of every cloth diaper stash and I also use them in other areas around the house. Read about a few different brands, their features, which ones I prefer, and how to use wetbags for cloth diaper storage and more! And since my friends over at Calgary Cloth Diaper Depot have also sponsored a giveaway for you, really- Cloth diaper storage has never been more exciting!
Pocket cloth diapers are probably the most popular modern cloth diaper option available right now. There are many mainstream brands to consider, at affordable prices, in both One Size and sized options. Probably one of the most popular brands ever is bumGenius, and their one size 5.0 pocket diapers come with microfiber inserts. Charlie Banana, Fuzzibuns, Kawaii, Alva and countless others are the same deal- the basic price includes one pocket diaper cover and one or two microfiber inserts (usually one small and one large). But you might hear a lot of moms talking about having issues with microfiber- that…
Are you thinking of buying a pre-loved stash of cloth diapers? Maybe you are confused by the process, or perhaps the thought of used cloth diapers is kind of gross to you. This article will remove the mystery of used diapers and help you tackle the buying (or selling) process.
When I first told my mom that I was considering cloth diapers, she was shocked. Not because she thought cloth diapers were weird or that poop was gross, but because she knows me- and she knows that I’m kind of a domestic failure. I hate laundry with a passion, so in her mind me using cloth diapers was kind of ridiculous. If you’re thinking the same thing, that cloth diapers couldn’t possibly work for you because you aren’t Mary Poppins, then this post is for you.
We are pleased to help promote this giveaway from fellow blogger Mama Banana’ s Adventures! Are you in the market for a great handmade cloth diaper shop? Bella Luna cloth diapers feature small and limited batches, making them unique items that are sewn with love and precision.
Calgary Cloth Diaper Depot recently contacted me for a review of one of their diapers and I was excited to try the AMP One Size- a diaper I haven’t used before. While I’ve long been of the opinion that AMP’s inserts and boosters are some of the best on the market, I had never actually tried their diaper cover itself. I’ve been using this diaper now almost daily for well over a month and have tested it thoroughly. How did it fare? Read on!
Read about my method for cloth diaper review. Testing cloth diapers has to be consistent to allow for an even opinion of the cloth diapers that we try.