Cloth diaper trial and errors

Finding the right diaper for you is not always easy but once you find a system you like, the leftovers can often be re-sold. It helps to try out different styles and brands first and a diaper trial from a local shop can help you do just that!

Olive Pitts

Ah, cloth diapers, good ol’ cloth diapers.
It has been two years now since I started my adventure in cloth, and boy, have I ever learned a ton!

It all started with a Craigslist ad, “free cloth diaper stash” what? You mean I could diaper my child for free? And it’s only a block away!?(I was 8 months pregnant, lol, good thing it was close)

So I picked them up, checked them out, got very excited, and started researching, and researching and reading and googling and researching.
These diapers were Kushies brand, a Walmart available diaper, plain flannel insides, Velcro tabs, nothing special.

And then I realize that these diapers had horrid reviews, and that ‘gasp’ they won’t fit from newborn! So obviously I had to look for more suitable ones.

Back to Craigslist, I found a bummis diaper set, a lot of pre folds in newborn and infant size…

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Lil Joeys Review

Reblogging this because I won’t be able to review these anytime soon myself!

theclothlife

Prior to Sweet-T being born we decided to rent some newborn sized cloth diapers. We knew that not all babies are born the same shape and size… Let’s face it, some are long and thin, others are short and chunky, and others are a happy mix. So, when we decided to rent ALL Lil Joeys instead of a good mix, it was a real gamble on our parts.

First thing I have to say about Lil Joeys is how adorable they are! The prints are bright and vibrant, and super fun. (Because if you are going to change a diaper, it may as well look fun…) I am particularly fond of Quinn and Dexter, which is the newest prints for Rumparooz. So, I was super pleased to open my rental box and find that Tami at Kissed by The Moon had magically known I wanted those prints with all…

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