What Do I Need To Cloth Diaper?

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Simple. That’s all we need.  Cloth diapering is complicated all too often.

In this video, Leigh shows us how to cloth diaper with prefolds, PUL covers and a snappi.  I love her video editing! Makes for an enjoyable 7 minutes of learning.  There are many great products Leigh spotlights and I have provided Amazon links for them below the video.

Product links:

Thirsties Duo Wrap

Snappi Cloth Diaper Fasteners (3 Snappis)

Thirsties Diaper Cover

bumGenius Natural Flannel Baby Wipes – Pack of 12

Mommy’s Touch Wet Bag

Prefolds: Green Mountain Diapers, Banana Peels Diapers, Cute Caboose, Diaper Diasy


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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. You can read more from Autumn over at https://www.facebook.com/beautifullyblessedlashes.

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7 Responses to “What Do I Need To Cloth Diaper?”

  1. Miranda Says:

    Your video link is inactive :(

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  2. Autumn Beck Says:

    I had assumed the Thirsties Duo was a one-size but now I know.

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  3. Anastasia Says:

    WOW! Short, sweet & to the point! Perfect, just like a prefold, lol!

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  4. Sharon K. Says:

    a cute, basic video for someone who is interested in and wants to start cloth diapering!

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  5. Little For Now Says:

    Cloth diapering is really so simple. Thanks for sharing this video. Thirsties diaper covers have been our best selling cover since they were introduced. Bummis are also popular with our customers, but the Thirsties are a huge hit. Thirsties Duo Wraps are great because they roughly correspond to the standard sizes of prefolds. Families can buy one set of covers and prefolds, then upgrade when their baby gets close to 18 pounds.

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  6. Ceri Says:

    That is so weird. I just made an incredibly similar movie TODAY for a project for school!!! Great job Leigh!

    Reply

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