Cloth Diapers: 6 Things I've Learned That New Moms Need to Know! by Jamie Martin

4 years ago
Cloth Diapers: 6 Things I've Learned That New Moms Need to Know!

Using cloth diapers can be easy! Here are a few things I've learned:

  • Dump the poop into the toilet before putting into the diaper pail to reduce smells.
  • Use the Diaper Champ pail because cloth won’t fit into the Diaper Genie.
  • When they get older, buy “diaper doublers” to insert inside the cloth diaper. (Put it inside so it will be one less thing to get poopy.) It looks like a big maxi pad and provides extra absorption for the bigger pees they do when they eat and drink more. This can work for overnight as well.
  • Purchase a set of onesie extenders – they are a must for cloth diaper usage. These make the onesie shirts longer to fit over the big diaper.
  • Travel with a wet bag to drop diapers into.
  • Use disposables, as needed, for convenience!

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Donna John
Great tips, Jamie Martin! Thanks for sharing and welcome to the tribe. I look forward to seeing more tips from you!
Elisa A. Schmitz 30Seconds
Thanks for the great first tip, Jamie Martin! Excited to learn from you. Welcome to our #30Seconds tribe!!
Elisa A. Schmitz 30Seconds
Hi Jamie Martin - please friend me on Facebook so I can add you to our private contributor group there, thanks!

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