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Hi I'm new to sight and cloth diapering!
Hi, so I'm 5 days away from having my first baby and I am super excited and little anxious because I want him out already. So excited about being a mom to my little boy.
Also cloth diapering for the first time. I have done TONES of research and have pretty diverse stash already and also excited about doing this. I like the concept of all in 2's and so have the grovia system, best bottoms, soft bums, apple cheeks. Also am trying things like/have: thirties, swaddle bees, Kuwaiti diapers..just ordered some fuzzi bunzs...have kissaluvs fitteds and some prefolds/covers...oh and got 3 pairs of kawaii on sale....
Any feedback on my stash and if I have enough to start? Which are better?
Any feedback would be great....
Welcome, sounds like you have a lot of different options! I only visit the forum every 1-2 weeks so congrats if you have already had your baby! I don't have much to say regarding your stash, the only thing I have tried from your list is prefolds and covers, but I prefer them to pocket diapers because they are easier to wash for me. I also like fitteds (I have snapless bamboo from Sustainablebabyish, very absorbent but they have gotten rough so just tried Ecover fabric softener on them and it worked great) and wool covers. I also just bought a hybrid to try.
Overall I think it is good you bought different things to try at first, you will come to have favorites and then can buy more of those as baby grows
Mom to adorable son born 10/20/12
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