Jennifer - posted on 02/03/2011
I stick with huggies. I used to use white cloud with my 1st 2 kids, but they weren't very stretchy, so it was tight on their waist. With my 3rd child I used luvs alot, but they must have changed, because with my 4th they leaked alot. Now, it is strickly huggies
Tyrae - posted on 02/01/2011
I am using pocket diapers frow Kawaii Baby, the site is www.theluvyourbaby.com Those are the only cloth diapers I have used. Right now we aren't doing anything about her poop because she is still exclusively breastfed and those poops are extremely water soluble. But once she starts solids I have disposable liners that I am going to be using, the bummis bio-soft liners. The poops don't get all over the shell. They keep the poops in quite well and she's had quite a few explosive poops since we've started using them. I've had no problems with leaks either from her peeing lots. I just change the diapers every 2 hours unless she poops than I do it sooner. I love my cloth and I am SO happy I decided to use them. Everyone was so against them, trying to talk me out of it, but now that I'm using them it just makes sense to, I don't see the point of using disposables unless camping or on a long vacation where you don't have a washer and dryer.
Laura - posted on 02/01/2011
With my first 2 all we used was pampers swadlers and crusiers. With the one coming soon I'm going to cloth diaper. I have a bunch of different kinds and see which I like best. Really excited about the cloth diapering though. I hope it works out.
Thejordan_family - posted on 02/01/2011
tyrae~ what brand of pocket diaper do you use? What do you do when you child has a poop? Does it get all over the shell? Do you have to pack around an extra diaper? I have been looking at the baby Kanga diapers? Have you tried these?
Bonnie - posted on 01/31/2011
I use to go back and forth between Huggies, Pampers, and the store brand. I like the way Pampers smells so I have stuck with those for quite a while now. The store brand I was using didn't seem to hold enough and would often leak.
Tyrae - posted on 01/31/2011
cloth :) We use pocket one size diapers, should fit her until she's ready to potty train which is perfect. I love them because I only need to spend $200 in total to diaper this baby and the next. They are so adorable and babies tend to potty train sooner with cloth because instead of wicking away the moisture and everything right away like in disposables, so they can feel that they have wet themselves and they learn quicker. :)
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