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Smartipants Reuseable Diapers

Part of being a “munchy” mommy is that we use cloth diapers about 95% of the time. We’re not SO granola that we refuse to use disposable diapers from time to time but we like the idea of our kids’ … Continue reading

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Flats Challenge Day 2, part 2

Today I decided to use 1 large flat, either flour sack towel or flannel, with a small Gerber flat as a doubler. I Origami folded the larger flat and tucked the smaller, pad folded flat into the last fold of the … Continue reading

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Flats challenge day 1

My stash: 6 diaper flannel flats (fabric donated by my MIL, made by me) Cost: free 6 flour sack towels Cost: $12 12 old Gerber birdseye cotton flats (These aren’t square and they are small so I just use these … Continue reading

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Cloth Diapering at Daycare

When I had to go back to work this past May and Bubba had to go into some kind of day care it was important to me to find someone who would use my cloth diapers as well as give … Continue reading

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Cloth Diapers Explained Part 1

I hope to educate readers on the types of cloth diapers that are currently available. Here goes. Prefolds and Covers A prefold diaper is generally made of cotton or a hemp/cotton blend. They are several layers thick and has a thicker absorbent panel … Continue reading

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The How and Why of Cloth Diapering

Before we had our son, Bubba*, I told my husband that I wanted to cloth diaper. Even when I was pregnant with twins (which we subsequently lost) I wanted to cloth diaper. I don’t have any specific reason why but … Continue reading

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