Have you ever been curious about cloth diaper delivery? It turns out it is pretty straightforward and cost effective, this day in age, and I’ve asked my local service to write a blog post about it! I know many parents struggle with the idea of using disposables, but can’t commit to washing cloth diapers at home. It turns out, cloth diaper services are a very convenient and affordable alternative!
When The Green Nursery approached me about doing a cloth diaper review for them, I couldn’t resist requesting the Blueberry Simplex. This all-in-one diaper is One Size and has been on my radar for some time. A respected brand in the cloth diapering community, I have tried Blueberry in the past and love their Capri diaper covers. This Blueberry Simplex has certainly lived up to my expectations! Read my review to learn about this awesome cloth diaper, how it worked for us, and even enter to win your own thanks to TGN!
Have you tried this Canadian cloth diaper brand yet? It is pretty a pretty unmistakable diaper, with it’s gathered leg ruffles and recognizable logo. I am relatively new to the AppleCheeks brand, and this is my first experience with their Inserts. AppleCheeks sent me their One Size Bamboo Bundle to review, which includes the AppleCheeks One Size cover (min is in the colour Mint To Be) and one 2 ply bamboo insert. The Bundle can be purchased seperately as well.
Everyone loves a cloth diaper giveaway! We are helping Nancy over at Mom’s Little Feat to bring you this one with special bonus entries for fans and followers of The Mama Knows! Omaiki is a well known Canadian brand specializing in modern cloth diapers and other eco-friendly products. They recently redesigned their entire line of cloth diapers to make it more user friendly and affordable.Their newly added Cabrio diapers are seriously one the best diapers in the market right now.
Are you cloth diapering a skinny baby? Two of my boys are on the petite side: my 3 year old is short and stout, and my 1 year old is long and lean. Both fit one size cloth diapers differently. My Littlest is now 15 months old and hovers around the 18lb mark. He wears size 18m clothing. These are the one size cloth diapers that we still wear on the smallest rise setting!
Most cloth diapering moms are attached to their cloth diapers, but some of us take that feeling to the extreme. It’s safe to say that my cloth diapers are not only a hobby, they are an addiction; and I love them deeply! So this morning, when they were trapped in my washing machine, I immediately made it my mission to free them from the clutches of potential doom! I wish I could have seen the look on my husband’s face when I sent my 13 year old to ask: “Mom wants a torque screw driver that will fit a bolt-top…
No topic is more discussed among cloth diapering user groups than Washing your Cloth Diapers. This is partly due to washing being the biggest hurdle that families face when choosing to cloth diaper, but also because there is so much controversy over the best way to get it done. Every situation is different and depends on your machine, water hardness and detergent. I recently learned first hand what it meant to deal with “Stinky diapers.” And let me tell you, I now understand why some moms give up on cloth diapers. If you are/planning on washing your cloth diapers at…
Confession: I don’t use a cloth diaper pail. I have been cloth diapering for over 3 years now, without pails. Why? Because pails take up too much space, and the diaper genie I used with my oldest baby (in disposables) scared me away from the very concept of pails entirely. Now I use Hanging pails! So how does a Hanging Cloth Diaper Pail work? I’m glad you asked…
I love my IKEA Cloth Diapers! Wait, Ikea makes cloth diapers?? Yes they do, but they probably don’t know that they do. The “Himmelsk” cotton muslin squares at Ikea are marketed as burp cloths and sold in packs of 2 for about 6.99. Cloth diapering moms everywhere are using them as Flat Diapers and here’s why!
I love fitted cloth diapers and have several brands in my collection, so when Olivia at This West Coast Mommy asked me if I’d like to review the new Oriön fitted diaper for Omaïki, I jumped at the chance! Fitted diapers are great for both daytime and overnight use, and they work under all types of covers. I especially enjoy using them under wool pants that have been lanolized to use as diaper covers. This particular fitted is new on the market, and is definitely one to consider for both its quality and price point.