• M
  • Platteville, United States
  • a year ago

Cloth diapers?

Any mommas trying or tried cloth diapers? If so what's your thoughts on it? I took a class today about how much money you can save and all the other benefits of them so I'm wanting to give it a try but just wanted to hear people's personal opinions on them. 😊 also great brands to use?
  • H
  • ENG, GB
  • a month ago

Sign up to www.clothbaba.co.uk and get money off your first order when the website goes live! ☺️

  • M
  • CA
  • 2 months ago

Does anyone have an AIO they can suggest from experience? I’m looking to buy some one size AIO’s, since I have been using newborn AIO’s for my 1 month old but she will soon grow out of them :(

  • M
  • CA
  • a month ago

Are stuffing the one-size diapers easy? I tried stuffing some newborn ones and it was ridiculous! I could never get the inserts to lay flat

  • M
  • Pueblo, United States
  • 2 months ago

I've used Bum Genius and Blueberrie and they both work good but I prefer the Bum Genius. However I will say that I personally am glad we only have a few AIO because they don't grow with your child as they become a heavier wetter. At 14 months we started triple stuffing my daughter's day time diapers (3 Hemp liners) and you can't do that with an all in one so now those are her "backup" short-wear diapers.

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  • M
  • Pueblo, United States
  • 3 months ago

And I mean inserts, not liners

  • P
  • Corpus Christi, USA
  • 3 months ago

If you have the time and don’t get behind on laundry they can be good. Once I went back to school it was much harder to keep up with. Charlie banana was the brand that helped the most as far as cost and quality. It is hard to find ones that fit newborns. It can help save money but besides that I didn’t find much benefit.

  • A
  • Florissant, United States
  • 3 months ago

We’ve been cloth diapering for almost 19mos and love it! We use cloth wipes as well so another chunk of changed saved each month too. We love Bumgenius, Rumparooz, MamaKoala, Econobums, & KawaiiBaby

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