Warm, Sunny, Perfect for Cloth Diaper pictures!

March 26, 2010

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Today is an absolutely beautiful day in south Texas! I snapped a few photos of Sterling in a Cuteybaby and a Rumparooz.  Is it springtime where you are yet?


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About Autumn Beck

Autumn is a wife, mother, homeschool teacher, friend and most important a follower of Christ. She began cloth diapering in 2005 and has experienced many joys and trials throughout the years. Autumn enjoys writing but would choose camping with her family any day!

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24 Responses to “Warm, Sunny, Perfect for Cloth Diaper pictures!”

  1. Diaper Queen Says:

    Nice pictures. We are in Toronto and the weather is great now! No more snow!

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  2. Debbie Says:

    We’ve had a few warm sunny days but couldn’t last. We’re suppose to get 50+ degree weather this Easter weekend…can’t wait! I’d like to try cuteybaby diapers myself. I have a chunky baby are these better for the thinner ones? I love adding a neat diaper to my collection.

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  3. Audrey Says:

    We finally had a couple of beautiful warm days in a row after the longest, coldest Florida winter ever (warm and cold being relative, since we ARE in Florida, lol). Little boy ran nakeybutt, so I don’t have any diaper pics!

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  4. Boleyn Says:

    Cute CD patterns! I’m here in Calgary, AB. The crocuses are not out yet, let alone the tulips! We had snow just a week ago. LOL.

    Love you articles…..

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  5. Heidi Says:

    Very cute! Spring has totally sprung here in Montana. But that only means that it’s not freezing and snowing every day. Certainly no bare legs and feet out of doors for a while yet! It’s a beautiful day today. Sunny and 50F.

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  6. Shauna Says:

    so jealous. won’t get much above freezing here in massachusetts today. supposedly we’ll have 70′s by the end of next week, though… can’t wait for spring. this blog is dangerous! i have a large rotation of prefolds, bg aio, old school bg pockets, sustainablebabyish, and now i want to try a rumparooz! have to have another kid to justify my cloth diaper obsession!

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  7. Asashia Says:

    Hey Autumn! Soooo jealous of that weather! I just asked hubby could we move???
    I noticed Nicole said that the Rumparooz is fleece. Is there anywhere that you’ve reviewed fleece and wool dipes? I’m on my last straw to find something that my dear DS’s skin can handle and not get rashes and burns from.
    Thanks!

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    • Autumn Beck Says:

      Are you referring to diapers with both fleece and wool combined? I’m not aware of any with a fleece inner and wool outer. Off the top of my head, cloth diapers I’ve reviewed w/ a fleece inner: rumparooz, fuzzi bunz os, apple cheeks, anne marie padorie… Wool covers I have reviewed: sustainablebabyish, woollybottoms. I don’t know if I reviewed them but Sugar Peas and Luxe are good too.

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    • Esley Says:

      Are you sure the rash is from the diaper? Could it be from lotion, creams or soap or shampoo, laundry detergent you are using? My daughter had a rash on her face, I removed all products thar contained fragrance–even lavender. Rash disappeared. A baby’s skin is thinner & 5x’s more permiable absorbing those chemicals right into her body & her amune system. Just because a product says baby, smells pretty, or says all natural doesn’t mean it is safe for all babies. I’m not blowing smoke, I am speaking from experience and I am a licensed esthetician.

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      • Asashia Says:

        Well after an exhausting two weeks, here’s my story:

        I recently made the decision to cloth diaper because of the reactions my son was having to disposables. Since making the change though, he is experiencing a totally different reaction which is, in my opinion, a million times worse. After a few (sometimes 1, sometimes 2) days in cloth, the skin on his bum is red, swollen, and hurts to touch. He cries out in pain when it is touched.

        After calling Cottonbabies, since I was using the Flip system, they said to switch to organic instead of using the microfiber. Did that and it still happened. Then I switched to Indian prefolds. Happened again. Then they said switch detergents. I switched from All Free and Clear to Country Save. Happened again. Then I tried the Envibum system and it happened again.

        I then switched to Earth’s Best chlorine free disposable diapers. And he’s fine and dandy. I think I’m at my wits end and am ready to maybe just let it go but heard so many rave reviews about wool and fleece that I’m willing to try one last thing.

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        • Autumn Beck Says:

          Asashia! How stressful! Have you tried a diaper that has a microfleece lining? Some examples would be Fuzzibunz, Happy Heineys, Rumparooz, Blueberry and Thirsties. Paisley (my 3rd) had horrible reactions to suedecloth (the lining of the flip microfiber inserts). I hate to suggest that you buy something else that might not work but it sounds like your last option before using disposables.

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          • Asashia Says:

            One more question—do you think also using a cloth friendly diaper cream may help too?

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            • Autumn Beck Says:

              It’s definitely worth a try. Can you describe the rash? Are there pustules or sores? Or is it just an all over red?

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              • Asashia Says:

                It’s red all over with what looks to be like welts. No liquid or anything comes out but definitely red and swollen.

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                • Autumn Beck Says:

                  I would try microfleece first. I can’t remember what detergent you said you were using but I would only use a completely natural, scent free detergent. Something like Soft Rock by Rockin Green. The rash sounds like an allergic type reaction.

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  8. Nicole Says:

    So cute! We just got our first rumarooz! I am SO in love! The fleece could not be any softer and the fit is fabulous -on our chunky thigh guy! Sterling has the cutest thinnest legs I have ever seen! So yummy Mama!!!! :)

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  9. Alissa Says:

    What a cutie pie!! I too am jealous of your weather! We got our winter jackets back out yesterday after being teased with 60+ degree weather last week here in Wisconsin. Should have known better than to get used to it! :-)

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  10. Tina Says:

    cute pictures!! It is also warm, sunny and beautiful here in so cal. I just found out I’m going to have a new baby butt to diaper in November, so I’m going to keep watching for new diaper reviews and tips and tricks. Thanks so much!!

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  11. Melissa Says:

    Cute, Cute! Where do you live? We are in Austin and it is really pretty here, too.

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  12. Ami Says:

    Hi Autumn,

    Adorable pics :). I have been loving your blog! I have a question for you and am not sure where the best place to ask is… so I am going to ask here and hope for the best ;). I am a first time mom and am currently about 6 months pregnant. I realllllllly want to do cloth diapers right from the begining. My husband is reluctant though and will only try it if I make it super easy for him. I have read through all your posts for newborns and recommendations. I still need some advice though.

    We really don’t want to go the fitted or prefold route as it just seems like more work than I can get my husband to buy into. I would love to just start with all in ones or pockets from the beginning. I am concerned though about the cord for the first couple weeks. Other than lil joeys are there any all in ones or pockets that are lower rise or have a cord button down for those really early days that you recommend? I plan to get some one size diapers to try to keep my initial stash going longer, but will supplement with some sized as well if there are any great fitting pockets and AIO’s that you recommend right from the beginning. I would really appreciate any help/advice. I should also mention I am in Canada (since some stuff isn’t easily avail here).

    Thanks!

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  13. Rachel Cleek Says:

    First off, I am sooooo jealous of anyone who can say warm and sunny in the same sentence right now! Here in Alabama it is neither.
    But I am even MORE jealous of that adorable Rumparooz. I am dying to try a G2 and get some of those awesome prints. How much do you love them? It’s okay to rub it in, lol!

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