Bumgenius

09 Jul 19
Good Everything

This is biodegradable odor remover is completely free of chemicals oils detergents perfumes and solvents. Made with water and vegetative microbes it a great eco-friendly way to eliminate odor-causing bacteria in organic cotton cloth diapers.

09 Jul 19
Boop Baby

Here at Boop Baby, we want to make your cloth diapering journey fit your lifestyle as well as it possibly can. I (Wendy) have cloth diapered for a multitude of reasons throughout my journey. I started due to a baby with sensitive skin… I continued because I was a little obsessed… and with my third, […]

01 Jul 19
Ready Nutrition Official Website For Natural Living, Sustainable Lifestyle Tips, Health Food Recipes, Family Preparedness and More

In our final piece dedicated to the female prepper’s out there, we’ll be discussing ways to prepare for a baby or an infant. It is possible for women to be pregnant or have a newborn when things get dire, and being prepared is essential for both the mother and the child.

28 Jun 19
she eats and other things

It was never really a question of whether we would cloth diaper or not. Of course we would. I knew my husband would insist on it, even if I didn’t. And really (as someone who had maybe changed one diaper in my entire life and so had no idea how to deal with ANY kind […]

17 Jun 19
Latched.

Happpppy Monday everyone! So today is going to be a bit of a lengthy post because I want to cover cloth diapers! We’re going to get into it all; from brands, to types, wash routines, stripping, public changing, all that good stuff. This is probably something I get asked the most about in my “crunchy […]

13 Jun 19
chelsea osicka

IDEAL SET-UP: 24-30 diapers (all-in-one’s or pockets with additional liners OR prefolds/fitteds/flat/inserts with a minimum of ten covers) 1 wet bag 2 pail liners 12+ wipes   Organic Natural-Fibers + Non-Toxic Certifications Prefold or Liner Inserts and Covers Babee Greens – https://www.greenmountaindiapers.com/search?q=babee%20greens* ORGANIC ALL NATURAL FIBERS + USA MADE (edge thread is cotton) FITTED W/ […]

10 Jun 19
Crazy Beautiful Life

Using cloth outside of the house isn’t as daunting as people may think. I’ve heard people say they were too intimidated to use their fluff outside the home. If you have a routine down at home, how different is it to be putting the diapers on somewhere else? There are a few things to consider, […]

31 May 19
Adventures in Duncan

I’m writing this at 3am having just changed a pooey nappy for the second night in a row. Tonight I was a lot more prepared with a portable change mat, nappies and wipes on hand – hopefully I’ve managed not to wake anyone in the roof up. It’s a pesky habit from Huw but in […]

31 May 19
Hidden with Christ

I think the last time I wrote on this blog was about cloth diapers.  Now I’m back to talk about cloth diapers.  Turns out I love them. We started cloth diapering our third child about when he was two months old.  Here are some notes about how we do it and why I like it: […]

23 May 19
AfricaFunAdventures

Are you in need of baby cloth diapers but you are spoilt for choice? Do you want to incorporate washables to your disposable diapers? Well, this article is for you. As much as cloth diapers are a thing of the past, it has started gaining popularity in recent years, and many people prefer using them. […]

22 May 19
A life less wasteful

What prompted me to look at reusable nappies? When my son was a few days old back in 2016, he developed a rash from the disposables we were using and it was pretty distressing to see him in pain. While I was reading about remedies, I stumbled upon a site for reusable (or cloth) nappies. […]

17 May 19
Melissa Thorpe - Doula

Moving into cloth nappies can be a daunting experience. The forums are full of abbreviations and there is such a large market choice now it is difficult to know where to begin. Hopefully this quick go to guide will act as a starter point for you. Why Cloth? Cloth nappies are cheaper than disposables. Disposable […]

13 May 19
Kopsa Bytes

All in one diapers are just what they sound like: a complete diaper in one piece. The absorbent material and water proof material are sewn together into one diaper. Some all in one diapers have absorbent flaps that flap out for faster drying time. This one is a Bumgenius Freetime. Pros: One piece! This saves […]

12 May 19
The Beck Trek

I understand that this is a total niche post as some of my readers don’t have kids or have kids who are completely out of diapers or don’t have the option to use cloth diapers. I get it. So let me start this post off with a small step. You can buy reusable swim diapers. […]

11 May 19
Kopsa Bytes

Pocket diapers have a water proof outer and a soft, moisture-wicking interior. There is an opening in the back so that you can stuff an absorbent insert in between the waterproof layer and the moisture wicking layer. Here you can see the waterproof material. Here you can see the pocket: the opening in the back […]

08 May 19
Good Everything

This is biodegradable odor remover is completely free of chemicals oils detergents perfumes and solvents. Made with water and vegetative microbes it a great eco-friendly way to eliminate odor-causing bacteria in organic cotton cloth diapers.