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A Collection of Easy Ways to Fold Cloth Diaper Flats and Prefolds {Plus Giveaway}

August 6, 2014

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I am no expert on using flats and prefolds. I prefer the convenience of my AIO’s or AI2’s. However, I have found an affection for the ease of washing that comes with using them.  What my newness brings to you instead are a few ways to fold flats and prefolds that are so easy even […]


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Cloth For Everybum 2014 National Fundraising Auction

July 27, 2014

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Cloth For Everybum is an amazing organization that helps families at the beginning of their cloth diapering  journey. Their mission is to help ALL families be able to use cloth diapers. Once a family is chosen, they are lent a cloth diaper kit they will keep for 6 months including 24 diapers, cloth wipes, wet […]


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Cloth Diapers at Night Part 1: Fitteds {twinkie tush night-night Review and Giveaway}

June 9, 2014

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Too scared to use cloth diapers at night? Maybe you tried to use cloth at night but your baby had wet pj’s and sheets in the morning. Or perhaps you just want to try something new? Hopefully, this nighttime cloth diapering series will answer many of your questions and lay your concerns to rest. Your kid […]


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What is a Fitted Cloth Diaper and Why You Should Try One!

May 13, 2014

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Oh fitteds how I love thee, let me count the ways…Seriously though, I love fitteds. They are one of my go to options for night diapers. Paired with a wool cover a fitted is usually a bulletproof overnight option for many parents. But this is only one of MANY reasons that gaggles of parents love these […]


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Packing a Diaper Bag When You Use Cloth Diapers…You Can Fit More Than You Think!

May 9, 2014

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Back before I became a mom, when I was just pregnant, I had all these crazy questions that I needed answers to. I wondered how bad childbirth would hurt (it’s true you really do forget about the pain). I wondered how I would ever lose the baby weight (breastfeeding was not my miracle weight loss […]


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How Many Cloth Diapers Do You Really NEED?

May 5, 2014

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Ok, just to be clear. When I say need, I am talking the absolute bare minimum. Then we will talk about numbers of diapers that are more convenient to have. And then we will talk about how many cloth diapers we actually want…LOL…just kidding. I know we all want to…buy…all…the…diapers! The truth is, you really […]


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Guide to Prepping Cloth Diapers

April 28, 2014

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Prepping is so important! This is because it is the process that allows your cloth diapers to reach their full absorbency. Prepping also rinses away residues from natural fibers that can deposit on other diapers and cause repelling (which means leaks). Oddly enough, most companies don’t include prepping instructions with new cloth diapers. A little work […]


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The Three D’s of Poo Removal: Diaper Sprayer, Dunk and Swish and Disposable Liners!

April 4, 2014

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We have definitely crossed into the land of toddler poo. A much different place than exclusively breastfed island and starting solids peninsula! If you have other children you know what to expect. But if this is your first, you might be in for a rude awakening. In the early days, when your little one is exclusively […]


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7…Make That 5 Things I Wish I Knew About Cloth Diapers

March 5, 2014

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In June 2012, I published what would come to be one of the most highly viewed and shared posts on All About Cloth Diapers. 7 Things I Wish I Knew About Cloth Diapers summed up what I felt were the seven basic necessities every beginner could start with and be successful. All are still valid […]


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Say What??? Answers to all of my cloth diapering questions!?!

February 7, 2014

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I am lovin’ everyone’s feedback about suggestions for blog posts! But looking at all the comments got me thinking. There was a lot of…. “I’m new, I don’t know where to start! Please help!” or “How/when do I strip my cloth diapers!” and  “More Reviews!” Well, have I got good news for you! Yes, we […]


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4 Things Needed to Cloth Diaper Successfully

October 31, 2012

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Due to length, I have divided this into 2 parts.  Today I have included the first 2 things needed to cloth diaper successfully.  If you are already successfully cloth diapering, this is a great post to share with others!  You’ve just gotten the cloth diapering bug and you are now stumped.  The thoughts and feelings […]


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Babyville Boutique Celebrates 1 Year With a Giveaway!

October 11, 2012

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Article written by guest author Ellie Joos. Babyville Boutique is 1 Year Old and to celebrate, we want to give one lucky reader of All About Cloth Diapers a special gift of products for sewing diapers and other baby items from these adorable fabrics and matching accessories! We have been busy this past year and […]


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Real Nappies Are Real Nifty

August 23, 2012

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How’s that for a cheese-ball title?! The creative juices have yet to return to this overtired, slightly overwhelmed woman. Alas, I push on. Years ago, I bought a sampling of several diaper covers in a lot off Diaperswappers.  One of the covers was a Real Nappies cover.  I loved it but it got too small […]


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Are You Looking For a Cheap Fitted Cloth Diaper?

August 20, 2012

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Fitted cloth diapers are an excellent option for nighttime, newborns and poo containment.  They are easier to strip than a cloth diaper with PUL and when necessary can be softened up with the use of a natural fabric softener (as long as there is no stay dry fabric). Many amazing WAHMs produce high quality, super […]


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I Cried When It Died Now I Find Joy

July 24, 2012

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It’s 2012, and the sad reality is I have a full-blown addiction to modern convenience. Sure, I talk about living off the land and abandoning most inventions of the last 200 years, but the truth is I’d have a hard time adjusting to this reality. Two weeks ago my dryer died. I cried. How pathetic […]


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