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Wink…Affordable Cloth Diapers from a Passionate WAHM! {Plus Giveaway}

December 12, 2014

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One of the most unique things about cloth diapers is the community that surrounds them. Work at home moms (WAHM) are the backbone of that community. Wink Diapers is a perfect example of that WAHM hard work and perseverance! I had the opportunity to not only try out Wink’s double gusset covers and inserts, but […]

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Which Brand is Your Favorite? I’ll Tell You Mine!

November 26, 2012

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Hybrid Fitted cloth diapers are in a dead heat competition with my Ragababe Easy AIOs right now. Ragababes are my go to any time we leave the house and about half the nights. But, for daytime use (and the other half of the nights) I reach for my squishy, uber cute print hybrid fitteds. A […]

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Cloth Diaper Q&A Volume 7: The Beauty of Softbums

October 17, 2011

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Occasionally I receive comments that make perfect blog posts. Today in Volume 7 of the Cloth Diaper Q&A series, Lisa tries to iron out a few wrinkles in her plan to start cloth diapering. Warning, this is going to be long, lol! Ok, I’ve been reading your blog for two days straight and have learned […]

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What Is The Best Cloth Diaper For Your Baby’s Body

September 15, 2011

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Chunky thighs, high rise, chicken legs, low rise, buddha belly, skinny minnie… Take all the above, put them in a bag, mix them up and you can get several different combinations. Here is a far from complete list of cloth diapers that fit well with certain body features.  If a diaper is found in one […]

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Cloth Diaper Friendly Organic Jeans Review and Giveaway

January 30, 2011

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Finding clothes to fit over cloth diapers can be so annoying! When I first started cloth diapering in 2005, my 15 month old son went from wearing super trim sposies to bulky prefolds and proraps.  His clothes didn’t fit the same. When #3 came along I had a very hard time finding clothes to fit […]

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How to Fold a Flat Cloth Diaper Origami Style

January 29, 2011

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The simplest and most old-school way of cloth diapering your baby is using a square or flat diaper.  There are many benefits to using flat cloth diapers: cheap easy to wash and dry trim less buildup and stink problems travel easy Here is a video demonstrating how to fold a flat cloth diaper using the […]

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Newborn Cloth Diapers Review

January 11, 2011

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**Check out Simply Stacie to win The Ultimate Guide to Cloth Diapers ebook!** It’s been a week already since Camden was born and we have put some major miles on the washing machine! I’ve done my best to try out every diaper I have (well, at least every brand) in order to give you the […]

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When Cloth Diapers Leak Part 2

August 31, 2010

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On Friday, I began this series (When Cloth Diapers Leak Part 1) by discussing 4 causes of cloth diaper leaks.  To remind you, here is the list: Poor fit. Soaker material vs. pee speed incompatibility. Poor construction of the diaper. Heavy Wetter. Over saturation. Compression leaks. Repelling either from rash cream or fabric softener (& […]

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When Cloth Diapers Leak Part 1

August 27, 2010

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Questions and comments always seem to come in groups. One week it’s rashes, the next it’s cloth diapering a newborn.  Recently, I’ve had a string of questions dealing with leaking. Leaking is no fun- ever. It never fails that your child is dressed for church or a play date in the cutest outfit, then you […]

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The best cloth diapers for the skinny child

February 26, 2010

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If you have more than one child it didn’t take you long to realize how very different each child is.  Different personalities, different sleep patterns and different body shapes. I’ve had a variety of body shapes with my children.  Haley was long and skinny. Haven had a skinny waist but chunky thighs.  Paisley was well […]

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