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Cloth diapers

I have a 13lbs baby. I would like to start using cloth diapers. Any advice? which ones do you like better?

Started by Carol on 01/31/2010 in Babies And Infants

Last update on 02/04/2010 by Michelle

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Diapers and clothes

I noticed in another thread people were starting to post what size clothes their babies were wearing at what age, so I thought I'd make a thread for that. At 9.5 months my...

Started by Jennifer on 02/21/2012 in May 2011 Babies

Last update on 06/25/2012 by Michele

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cloth diaper

are they good or would they be a waste getting them trying to save money and thats the best thing i can think of. not sure if it breaks out the baby more or if its better for...

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Cloth Diapering

I think we tried this one a very long time ago... I've been doing tons of research and we've decided to switch to cloth diapering. I wish I had looked into it more before I...

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Cloth Diapers...

Can anybody tell me the basics of cloth diapering? Recommended brands? How many do you purchase to do a full switch from disposables?

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Cloth diapers

I recently purchased gdiapers for my 2yr daughter and she is complaining that the velcro is bothering her she dose not have a rash nor is she red can I put these gdiapers on her...

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Cloth Diapering

I cloth diaper because it's great for my baby...saving money is just a perk!

Started by Naomi on 12/14/2008 in Money Saving Tips

Last update on 01/13/2009 by Amber

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Cloth Diapers?

Currently using disposable but wondering if cloth really saves money, upsides and downs to cloth?

Started by Kate on 09/01/2009 in April 2009 Babies

Last update on 09/05/2009 by Tessa

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Cloth diapers?

Please tell me the pros and cons of cloth diapers, whether or not you have tried them, for how long, and what brand. Thanks!

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Started by ASHLEY on 05/24/2011 in Hot Topics

Last update on 10/07/2011 by Sal

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Cloth Diapers

Hey everybody! I am new to this whole stay at home mom thing. I have 2 sons ages 2 years, and 4 months old. We have used the unbleached diapers from 7th generation and earth's...

Started by Katie on 01/06/2009 in Green Moms

Last update on 05/17/2014 by Megan

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cloth diapers

Anyone else happily using cloth diapers? Tips or hints? I am finding it simple and wishing more people would consider trying it.

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Cloth diapers

My son is 2 months old and I'm wanting to put him into cloth diapers. I'm tired of all the trash that accumulates with regular diapers. There are different brands and I was...

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Cloth Diapers?

I'm pregnant with our first and I am seriously considering using cloth diapers to save money. Has anyone here done that and does it make a huge difference or is it not worth...

Started by Genevieve on 02/09/2009 in Money Saving Tips

Last update on 05/11/2009 by User

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cloth diapers?

Hi all, my son is 8 months old and I was thinking of investing in cloth diapers to cust cost and be more environmentally friendly. I'd like to know what your thoughts are about...

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Cloth Diapers

I have to admit, my first interest in cloth diapering was purely cost saving. Now I love it! And when I check my baby's diaper and it's just barely soiled, I don't worry about...

Started by Kitt on 12/14/2008 in Money Saving Tips

Last update on 10/04/2010 by La Toya

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cloth diapering

I was wondering how many of the June Mommies are cloth diapering? We started two weeks ago with a system by GroVia. I love the cloth but I am also a tree-hugging Mom. It would...

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Started by Laurie Ann on 08/20/2010 in June 2010 Mommas!

Last update on 10/04/2010 by Michelle

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Cloth Diapers

I save quite a bit by just simply using cloth diapers instead of disposable. We do still use the disposable when out and about, but at home and at the babysitter's we use cloth....

Started by Jamie on 06/20/2009 in Money Saving Tips

Last update on 09/17/2010 by Heidi

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cloth diapers

how much money do you save by using these? do they leak? how many do you go through a day? do you wash and re-use? how do you wash them?

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