Anyone regret doing cloth diapers? I'm still trying to make up my mind.

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Megan - posted on 07/08/2009

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I LOVE cloth diapers. For me the extra work isn't that much at all. When other people have to make a trip to the store for diapers or take out diapers to the trash I just have to walk them in to the laundry room and throw them in the wash. I have no regrets using cloth diapers and the new ones are truly awesome. However, do yourself a favor and spend the money to get some pocket diapers or all in ones. They cost a tad more but make the diapers as easy as disposables, and even with the most expensive cloth you'll still save money compared to disposables- plus if you have multiple kids you can use them on more than one. You can get more bang for your buck by getting a one-size diaper style. Some people say "wont it be gross" but it is no more gross that yucky disposables.

So I use happy heiny's one size pocket diapers... and i just ordered cheeky diapers one size pocket diapers (cant wait to try them). Vilate has some really cute ones too! So here are the links to check them out:

http://www.happyheinys.com
http://www.cheekydiapers.com
http://niftynappybyvilate.weebly.com/

Other good popular diapers are "bum genius" "fuzzi bunz"-"rumparoos"-"blueberry diapers"-"goodmamas"- "wahmies"-"baby kangas"-"drybees"-"haute pockets"-"knickernappies"-"grobaby"-"bumwear"-"thirsties"-"swaddlebees"-"urban fluff" and so many more (you can google 'em)

If you are torn between cloth and disposables you could do either eco-freindly disposables (seventh generation) or the biodegradable flushable diapers (g-diapers) however I highly doubt you will save any money using these options.

Personally i use disposable wipes and cloth diapers and that makes it easier for us... however die-hard cloth diaperers often use cloth wipes with a eco-friendly wipes solution.

If you don't want to wash them yourself you can see if your town has a cloth diaper service that will pick up dirty ones and deliver clean ones HOWEVER... if you use a service you will probably be limited to old fashioned per folds and covers using either "snappis" or diaper pins.

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Tricia - posted on 05/24/2011

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I love the cloth diapers, I only wish my daycare would use them. I used Gro-Via and wouldn't go back. I also started using the disposable liners they have for daycare - biodegradable, etc so I felt a little better about it. Let's put it this way, I loved them so much I opened a store selling them and other green baby products. :) thechangingtablebaby.com My suggestion is to try them. It's a little more laundry, but like the other readers said it's a lot easier than people think. Good luck!

Meagan - posted on 05/23/2011

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I had a diaper service, so I never had to worry about the cleaning or anything. I just put them in a bag and once a week they picked up the old ones and brought me new ones. I DID have a lot of problems with them once my daughter got older though. It was MUCH easier for her to take them off when than a disposable, and the different covers (I tried multiple brands) didnt hold up so well. Eventually, SHE didn't like them anymore and prefered disposable, so I cancelled the service when she was a year old. She's potty trained now, so it's a non issue now, but I actually liked it. She never had diaper rashes and I knew when she was wet. The con was that occasionally she leaked over night, even when I used a doubler, so I sort of often had to change the sheets in the morning. Also, it can be difficult teaching the baby sitters HOW to do the cloth diaper thing, and some of them get sort of squimish since it doesn't absorb like cloth, so I found that when I had other people watch her, I had to use disposables. Also, they can be a bit bulky, depending on the brand and such. But, I would do it again if I had to. it was cheaper to do the service than buying disposables per month, and my daughter didn't have the same tushy problems as a lot of the other babies her age.

She was allergic to disposable for the first month of her life, which is why I went cloth. lol

Brie - posted on 05/23/2011

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I Definately don't have any regrets it is a little bit more laundry, but you get into a routine. The folding and stuffing can get tedious but my husband sometimes helps, and when you do it while watching tv it goes by fast. The messiness was not as bad as I thought sometimes you need to put some of it in the toilet, But forthe most part just throw them in the wash as is rinse with cold and wash with hot. The bulk you don't notice until you put on a disposable, her but then seems so cute and little. but those cloth diapers sure are cute too, especially when you get some pink ones. I got bum genius love them!

Kelly - posted on 09/11/2009

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Quoting Carole-Anne:

I am due in a few weeks and definitely want to use cloth. I inherited a few prefolds and wraps from my sister-in-law who loved them. Has anyone tried both prefolds/wraps and pockets and have a preference? I have also heard that HE washer/dryers can ruin pockets. Is that true? Any input is appreciated- thanks!



I've used both and must say I prefer the prefolds while my husband prefers the pockets (Fuzzi Bunz). I mostly prefer prefolds because of how much I love Thirsties covers, which are so much easier to adjust size than Fuzzi Bunz and I trust them to hold in all poopy messes. They're also a cheaper option and hold up really well under multiple children. For me they only take a couple seconds longer to put on than pockets but for my husband, pockets are much quicker, hence his preference for them.

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I have to say I like using cloth, I don't like the washing... BUT there are things you can do to make it easier so here goes:
I've had my DS in cloth since we brought him home from hospital 12 months ago and I've tried a few things.
As a newborn I had him in flanelette flats with pul covers. You have to use pins because snappis don't work on flanelette. I'd dry pail them, add water and soaker later and tip the whole lot into the top loader washing machine (bf poo just washes away no worries)- washing them was a cinch.
When he had a bad reaction to his vaccinations at 1 month I made a stack of very simple fitted nappies out of terry toweling that I picked up in town (I only have basic sewing skills- it really is very easy and if cost is an issue it's worth giving it a go because it is a lot cheaper than buying them). I used these with a snappi and they were great because they didn't touch his sore thighs and were just as easy to wash as the flanel flats.
I switched to terry flats (my DH had a thing about how we should use flats) at about 3 months because the flanel just didn't absorb enough.

AND THEN we made a mistake.
We bought a front load washing machine.

With a top loader you can just tip it all in and there is no double handling of soiled nappies, with a front loader you have to drain the bucket (if you soak- which is not actually necessary as long as you can line dry) and pick up each nappy and put it in the machine and I hate that. There are probably ways of dealing with this but the best I can come up with at the moment is rubber gloves.

I eventually bought a stack of hemp online and made a couple dozen one size fitted nappies and they are my favourite. I still dry pail, DH still insists on soaking them.

Once they start solids buy flushable liners- all the mess goes down the toilet where it belongs.

Other people say they hate the bulk. I've used disposables quite a few times when we've gone away and I have to say I hate them- really hate them. They seem so insubstantial- just a bit of plastic and paper. They never seem to fit right and none of DS's pants fit him when he's in them- everything is so big they just fall down. He is a real beanpole so it's an advantage that he is in a bigger size than he would fit if he was in sposies.
The other thing is that every brand of disposables we have tried have leaked- either he has ended up soaked (on one occassion he got me and DH as well) or worse. In cloth with pul covers we have NEVER had a blow out and the only time he's leaked his nappy was so sodden that the elastic wicked the urine. He also seems uncomfortable when he's put in a sposie- he walks a little awkwardly and falling on his bum seems to hurt him more.

There are so many options. The trick is finding what will work best for you.

Nicole - posted on 09/09/2009

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I also wish l had started with my first son instead of using old cloth squares then giving up cause they were too hard to use and keep clean. I feel guilty for the few disposables l use each week as l know they will still be in land fill for my grandchildren's grandchildren. Each time l use a cloth nappy l am happy to be filling up my washing machine. For the few extra minutes of work each day it is worth the effort.

Emily - posted on 09/08/2009

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I do not regret it at all! We started using disposables for when I take her out in the world in case of poop. But someone gave me a ton of disposables and I don't know if I'd buy them for that purpose myself.
My husband rigged up a diaper sprayer on our toilet, which is so nice! No more dunking! We cut and sewed our own wipes and I use a wipe warmer. I like them much better and I'm happy we don't have to use all that chemical crap.

Monica - posted on 09/08/2009

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I regret spending the money on the newborn ones because she grew out of them so fast but then her next stage she was in for so much longer could of had more money for that age cash flow wise it was easier to get disposable.

Michelle - posted on 08/26/2009

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Absolutely not! I LOVE THEM. they are sooo cute, and the diaper rashes are non-existent, huge many savers, and they're FUN!!! Do you really need anymore of a reason?

Melinda - posted on 08/26/2009

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Absoluetly not! It is great for the environment, easy and cheap! My only "regret" is not finding out earlier about stripping your diapers with dawn if they start to smell or seem to be absorbing less:-)

Katie - posted on 08/26/2009

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I have no regrets - in fact I promote it all the time. When people hear cloth diapers, they think of the old days of folding and pins. There are so many options that it can be exactly what you want it to be and what will work for you and your family. I am so happy that we aren't contributing to more garbage. And the fact we are saving money is a HUGE bonus, though not our original motivation.

Melinda - posted on 08/23/2009

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I have no regrets and it's been 6 mths! I love seeing how little goes into my garbage:-) I would recommend prefolds if price is a factor, and bumgenius if husband or family isn't so into it. Prefolds are super easy, cheap and can be left in sun to get stains out. Bum genius pocket diapers have velco. Stuff them and they are put on just like disposables.

Amy - posted on 08/12/2009

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this is the first babe we did cloth diapers with, I have no problems -infact I love cloth diapers, my ONLY real downfall is the bulk. (we use profolds & covers).



since she is a girl we often have her in a dress though so the bulk is not an issue.

Jennifer - posted on 08/12/2009

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I just wish I would have started earlier! It saves a TON!!! and it is good for the environment! Every time I say that I use cloth people freak out about the poop part. NOT a big deal when it is your own baby. It just made sense to me to use them I hope you do too! Good luck!!

Renee - posted on 08/11/2009

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No way we love it my husband even tries talking others into using cloth......so cute. We love them and the $ savings it's amazing that more people don't use them. We have our first baby and spent $400 on cloth nappies (Pee Pods) and they will last her till toilet training and then the next 1, 2 or 3 (3 if I get my way!) babies can still use them. Extra work I don't find that there is any with a disposable you have to walk it out to the bin, cloth you put it in the wash the machine does all the hard work 1 load a day I was doing that before I had the baby.

Lisa - posted on 08/08/2009

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I'm so glad that I took the plunge and cloth diapered my little guys.. and like many others, I'm sorry that I didn't do it sooner. My boys were 19 months and 4 months when I started. That was a little over 2 years and I start potty-training my youngest next week. It only seemed like work in the beginning when I was trying to figure out which diaper worked best for me and my family (we chose FuzziBunz) and then trying to figure out what washing method worked best. Once the kinks were figured out, it's been smooth sailing. Even my husband, whom I dragged kicking and screaming to cloth diapers, now agrees that our CD journey was an easy one. I'm going to miss it... so "No" I don't regret it =) Good Luck!!

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I am currently pregnant with my first and will cloth diaper. I recommend checking out Jillian's Drawers because they have a trial program that will let you try out a bunch of different diapers and when you return them, the cost of the rental goes towards your purchase (less $10). The website is: http://www.jilliansdrawers.com/products/...

Anne - posted on 08/05/2009

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There are days where you'll want to quit. It's okay to take a break, but stick with it! You can do it.



I love cloth diapering. If you need some help with somethat is frustrating you, please let me know. I want to help.

Sharon - posted on 08/05/2009

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The bulk is a little bit annoying but you get over it quick. I have no regrets. I started this on my child at 2 mos when she started sleeping longer thru the night and developed a rash. Now, little to no rash, I'm not looking back;-D. Hope that helps.

Charndra - posted on 08/03/2009

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I read an article that said the difference is 5 minutes a day. 5 minutes once you factor in travel to the shops, to the bin, compared with the cloth stuff.

We wash our clothes, so washing baby's clothes is no biggie.

What if you combined cloth with Baby Pottying? You could then REDUCE any washing you need to do with cloth.

Visit http://www.parttimediaperfree.com to discover more.

Of course, there is the part-time middle ground of course! Use cloth, use some disposables, practice some elimination communication as well!

That's what we do - cloth or nakey bum during the day - training pants these days (he's 12 months), an eco disposable overnight that I compost, and when out - a combination!

Just have fun, be open minded.

Good luck having your baby. Babies are sooo nice.

Charndra

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No way do I have regrets. But remember you don't have to do it 100%. You don't have to spend a fortune either. I am a prefold/ wrap fan, which is really cheap. I am also not perfect. I do use some disposbles (Nature Babies - natyusa.com) when it suits - trips away or when I am behind in my laundry).

I was lucky I found out about modern cloth nappies before conceiving my first. Although being a 1970s terry nappy baby myself, I'd decided to use cloth on my babies. I thought it would be terry squares and nappy pins and was willing to do that. I can't say how excited I was when I was going to a meeting at work and there was a display board in our HQ showing off modern cloth nappies with info leaflets. (I work in local government and the area I work in makes a contribution to your first cloth nappy purchase - only £30 but it's better than nothing!)

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Absolutely no regrets! We use disposables when we fly long distance (UK to West Coast US) and it always feels soooo good to land and get back to cloth diapers. Our favorites are BG One-size Organics.

Amber - posted on 08/02/2009

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No regrets here. My water and electricity bills have gone up about up about 3 -5 $ each a month. If you think about how much crude oil and processing it takes to make disposables and the plastics/chemicals that go in them as well as the length of time it takes for a disposable to break down, there is no comparison environmentally. My advice is to try a variety of brands and types to find what works best for you and your baby. It is fun and has given me a sense of pride being part a growing community of cloth diapering moms, saving money, the environment and my little one's tushy. Good Luck!!!

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I have lots of research to do now, but am looking forward to it. I'll keep you all posted on which ones (which cloth ones of course) I end up getting. I have an HE washer and after reading your comments I'm not so concerned anymore about the electricity bill. Thanks!

Michelle - posted on 07/29/2009

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Best decision I ever made! I need to have another baby before my first gets Pt or I am going to go crazy not being able to CD .... I just love makingnew dipes for my baby and I really enjoy washing and setting them on the line (especially during the summer) .... it reminds me of when I was a little girl and my grandma was diapering my younger siblings!!
Not to mention is green for the environment and green for my wallet!!!

Jessica - posted on 07/28/2009

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Infant Potty Training was the best option for me.



I started potty training my daughter from birth. By the time she was a couple months old she was going potty in the toilet all day long. It’s so easy and it has saved us so much money! She never has diaper rash and I never have to clean up poopy diapers!



I started a company called PeeSpeak that helps parents with the resources to potty train their babies from birth. You can see a video on our website:

www.peespeak.com

There is a $5 off coupon code for the book & DVD: poofree123



Good luck with your babies!

Andrea - posted on 07/28/2009

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I also wish I had started using them with my first! I love the one size BumGenius! But you've got to have the prefolds also, I really like the Thirsties covers.

Caroline - posted on 07/27/2009

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I'm using the nappies frim my first little girl on my second one now. i regret letting my early attemptsand concerns but me off for 6 months, The benefits come on many levels.. I admit i still feel slightly proud everytime i watch her little padded bottom waddle past. good luck what ever you choose x

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My only regret with cloth was not using them with my older 2 kids! I think the cloth is much, much cheaper and so much easier than what I had originally thought. I do use flats so I didn't have to size up with the prefolds. So that saved me tons. Just had to size up with the covers. :)

Hannah - posted on 07/22/2009

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No regrets using cloth! Now that my daughter is able to grab and pull things though I do regret not having snaps/domes on all of my diapers because she can't undo those! The velcro tends to wear, but all the different places I have bought from have been great about repairing them!
When I do use disposables (going out and my parents use them when they keep the baby) I always regret it. I find they tend to sag in the butt and if she somehow ends up in one overnight I always have leaks!!!
Go cloth, its great! No regrets!

Carole-Anne - posted on 07/21/2009

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I am due in a few weeks and definitely want to use cloth. I inherited a few prefolds and wraps from my sister-in-law who loved them. Has anyone tried both prefolds/wraps and pockets and have a preference? I have also heard that HE washer/dryers can ruin pockets. Is that true? Any input is appreciated- thanks!

User - posted on 07/21/2009

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I sometimes regret CDing but then i realize all teh benefits. For where i live garbage is expensive. we have a house of three and are able to use the smallest size garbage pail they offer and we don't fill it. with disposables we'd have to go up to the bigger sized one and pay extra each week on top of the diaper cost. we use disposables for long trips, daycare, and thats about it. also not gonna lie if i am too tired to do laudry and out of covers i just put on a disposable, but with all that our 6 month old has only used about 6 packs of diapers up to now.

Rebecca - posted on 07/21/2009

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no regrets, love cloth diapers. As far as the washer/dryer....i use HE...and even if you don't, I don't really think the amount of water and electricity can compare with the thousands of diapers in the trash that one baby can use....although there are some organic disposables that aren't to bad! I found it really difficult to choose which diaper in the beginning...I wound up using the one size pocket and one size minky pocket from blueberry diapers....I couldn't use them until he was around 9-10 pounds though. But I LOVE them, they are so easy to use, and ridiculously cute. Good luck and congratulations!

Lesley - posted on 07/20/2009

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I have my days where it feels like my diaper bag is so heavy with the big bulky diapers, and since none of my friends cloth diaper I feel sort of alone. People think it's gross that I do, but I think about throwing away boxes and boxes of diapers and that alone makes me feel better about my decision.

I don't regret it though. It's pretty easy but I am looking forward to potty training.

Jen - posted on 07/19/2009

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OK I just though of one "regret". When I bought nice pockets for my second, I was potty training my first, and she was almost completely potty trained. Well, I think she could just tell how much I loved the diapers, and she wanted to wear them too! So she has completely regressed in the potty training area. But hey, at least it's not any money for me to have two in diapers, just more laundry more often.

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Jessica, When I was first pregnant I figured disposable all the way. Since I work outside the home and travel to my clients and I was planning on bringing my son with me I couldn't imagine using cloth. But after he was born, we placed an order from the hospital for diaper services. We used a diaper service for 6 months and then bought 30 Fuzzibunz and my son is now 2. We love the cloth diapers! We don't mind doing a few extra loads of laundry every week. The fact that we know our son isn't being exposed to harmful chemicals from disposables and that we are helping the environment means allot to us. And we are saving money! I found taking him to work with cloth diapers was a breeze, wet and dirty diapers go in a doggy bag and then washed later. It's really easy once you get into the groove of things. Good luck and congrats!

Jen - posted on 07/18/2009

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I heard someone say this about washing cloth diapers: would you consider buying all disposable plates and flatware and cups just to avoid the "waste" of energy and water to wash them? No way! Same with cloth.
Honestly, I love that it's green and we are a recycling, resuable shopping bag, etc. kinda family, but my main motivation is $$$$!!!
Go with WHATEVER system you think will be the best and most convenient for your family! Even if you go with a pocket (as opposed to the insane cheap prefolds/covers) you will still save lots of moolah!!! Just slightly less.
To answer your original question, no I don't regret it at all.
My only regrets have been in trying out different diapers, covers, etc. the thing I've learned is to give a diaper a month or two before deciding to buy up a whole stash.
Thanks goodess for diaperswappers and local diaper swaps!!!
Hope your upcoming labor is peaceful, productive, and healthy!!

Michelle - posted on 07/18/2009

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I have cloth diapered my daughter from birth and love it.. I did use disposables at times (I'm not an all-or-nothing person) mostly because I was given them as gifts lol and they were nice to have as backups when we were out of the house for long periods. But I would say she has been 95% cloth diapered... I made many of my own, if you sew its easy and there are many free paterns out there (that was mostly a cost issue for me though since even though buying expensive CDs are cheaper than disposables its still the starting investment that was hard for us )

As far as energy useage with washing.... I personally didn't feel it made a real difference. Our energy and water bill didn't increase, I'm sure it did because I was doing an extra 2 loads a week, but it wasn't noticable. I also line dried when ever possible too... used less energy and the sun does wonders for taking out any staining (after almost 2 years we have only one diaper that looks "used" the rest look worn but with no staining). So I say as long as you have enough of a stash to last you about 3-4 days between washing, so you will have a full load (never over stuff, you want some swishing room) its not an issue with the energy...



how many diapers is a 2-4 day stash.... figure 8-10 changes a day for a newborn and then it goes down from there. So if you start off with 24-30 diapers and you will be set. But like others have said, you don't have to go all or nothing to start and get a few different types, they each have their own cut/fit and absorbancy along with user friendliness.

I'm sure like most of us CD moms you will find it addicting :-P

Lynlee - posted on 07/18/2009

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I did think the same about the energy used for washing nappies so initially only washed in cold and with other clothes. However the nappies became stained and didn't wash out properly. My son also got a nasty rash that came back on and off for 18 months which I think was from using just cold water. Now I wash in hot and on their own and only fill the water level to medium to minimise the energy costs.

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I was waiting for FB to notify me whenever a reply was posted to my question, that never happened, so I just now realized you all had answered my question. Thank you all so much. This is what I was hoping to hear. I really want to do this but just needed a last little push. There are some cloth diaper services but I think I'll look into buying my own after hearing how many different kinds are out there.
BTW, does anyone feel the energy used to wash the diapers yourself is anti-green? Because I imagine the cd services have massive machines and thus must wash large quantities and save energy. Anyone know?
But again....Thank You! :)

Amanda - posted on 07/13/2009

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I have two that i cloth diaper. i wish i could go back and cloth diaper my first. I even r=drive form Alaska to Tennessee and cloth diaper the whole way. I nave no regrets.

Sierra - posted on 07/11/2009

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oh and i second that it doesn't have to be all or nothing. if you decide not to use cloth i would urge you to at least buy a few Bum Genius pockets and try them out. you will love them (they are very user friendly and easy to find)!

Sierra - posted on 07/11/2009

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no way! i have never met anyone who does either! you will love it! think of how cute baby clothes are. they are so fun to buy and you become obsessed with getting little outfits and stuff. well cloth diapers are the same way! you'll want to get more and more. there are SOOOOO many wonderful styles and they come in the cutes prints and patterns. you will love them. and you will save a LOT of money.

but if you are the one person to ever go back to disposables (ha ha) you can always sell them. i have found that diapers resale at about %80. so you wont be out any more money than you would have spent on disposables.

i say go for it! you will love it! and in case no one has told you yet, cloth diapers WAY outperform disposables. less leakage, fewer rashes for sure!

Michelle - posted on 07/11/2009

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Hi Jessica,



My first child is due in 7wks and we're planning on using Eenee pants. They give you the option of cloth or biodegradable/flushable pads. They come in 3 sizes and we've just bought 1 newborn snibb 6 boxes of the eco pads. I figure we're not going to be in the mood to be washing cloth nappies at the beginning as we'll prob be too tired.



You can buy microfibre nappies to go in them but it's cheaper to make your own from hemp/bamboo (they're more absorbant as well).



They pretty simple to use. It's like having underwear that have a plastic pouch inside which can hold either the cloth nappy or the eco pad (or both) all you do is change the nappy/pad instead of changing the underwear. If you want anymore info check out www.eenee.com.au or www.cuddlemonkey.com.au

Monica - posted on 07/11/2009

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I don't regret doing cloth diapers at all. I would recommend them to anyone. I loved the Bum Genius 3.0's.

Holly - posted on 07/10/2009

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I just started recently and have no regrets except that I wish I had done it sooner. It is easier than I expected and not really gross at all. If you can afford to get pockets or all-in-ones, they really are almost as easy as disposables. I have not had any trouble with leaks so far and my dd is a very active 13 month old. I still use disposables when I am going to be out running errands for convenience, so it doesn't have to be an all or nothing choice.

Sheryl - posted on 07/10/2009

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I love my cloth nappies. Have tried out lots of different kinds & have my favourites. I like the pockets with domes/snaps & microfleece lining (preferably not white lining as white shows the marks more). I'm glad I got into them. You're saving so much money by not buying disposables & think of all those huge piles of used nappies in the land fill!

Lynsie - posted on 07/10/2009

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The best advice I got about it was don't be so hard on yourself when using them. We use Fuzzi Bunz and I love them, but when we go out to run errands or when my little one sleeps we use disposables. I got super tired of washing her sheets every night after leaks. I think you have to stick it out and use them even when you feel lazy, but when it just isn't working try to do a combo. Make it work for you. I still save a ton of money even though I don't cloth diaper all the time.

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