Do I love cloth diapers? I guess in that weird sort of obsessive, collective kind of way I do.
Do I mourn the day I no longer have need for cloth diapers? Heck no!
But, as long as the Lord gives me babies I’m going to make sure their hineys are nicely covered.
My friend Katie of Pickles & Paisleys posted today about her stash which I just happened to see right after taking pictures of my stash. Very odd timing.
I’m linking up over there and hope you will too!
(unused cloth diapers)
My husband wonders why I keep cloth diapers I don’t use. Over the years I have had many opportunities to bless families in need or to raise money for adoptions or charities through donations of these “extras”.
Almost every cloth diaper you see was purchased by myself. When I receive cloth diapers for review I donate them to those in need if they don’t make it into my rotation.
A few questions I’m sure will be asked:
How often do I wash? Every 4 or 5 days.
What do I grab first? Rumparooz.
What do I grab second? Megaroos extended tab prefolds.
What do I use for nighttime? Either a Rumparooz, Fuzzi Bunz or Charlie Banana with 2 microfiber inserts on top of a Hemp Babies.
What pocket brands do I use? Rumparooz, Fuzzi Bunz OS, Fuzzi Bunz medium, Charlie Banana OS, Oh, Katy!, AppleCheeks, Thirsties
What is my favorite wetbag? Monkey Foot Designs. I own 5 of them! I have other brands but none are as perfect as MFD.
If stranded on a desert island what would I use? Nothing :)
Do you want to hear a funny story???
I bought all these great flats and prefolds but the snappi doesn’t always cut it. So, I went to Diaper Junction to buy some pins. I guess I didn’t read the fine print (it’s probably not fine print) when I input 10 in the quantity box.
My thinking was pins get misplaced by me all the time so if I have 10 surely I’ll always be able to find one.
I get the package and yes there were 10…10 packages of 4!!! Now, I could put a pin in every room and dresser of the house and still have some left over. 40!
I laughed hysterically over that one. My husband, not so much.