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Cloth Diapers at Night Part 3: Budget Edition

June 17, 2014

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Many of you have been asking… “What about using my prefolds at night?” Absolutely you can! But because many people use 100% cotton,  I think it is much easier to do before the age of one. After that, you might have to invest in a few new prefolds and inserts for your stash. It can […]

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Finding a Nighttime Solution for My Toddler

November 11, 2013

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Camden has been daytime potty trained for several months now.  I usually put diapers on my kids at night until they have well proven themselves to be able to hold their pee.  Naptimes I am too trusting and about 30% of the time Camden has an accident. Finding a nighttime solution for Camden (he will […]

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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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Don’t Forget The Smores… or the Cloth Diapers!

October 9, 2009

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We just got back from our family camping trip to Garner State Park (TX), our first camping trip in our new camper.  Despite the many “speed bumps” (forgetting many necessary items, dog being sprayed by skunk, weenies rolling off into fire, evil gnats, winds that rocked camper, sleepless nights, rain) we all keep asking… Can […]

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