Money is pretty tight for us right now but I really want to get more of the cloth diapers. Where do you buy cloth diapers? Who do you think has the best prices?? I bought some from Green Mountain to start with, but there are just so many different places to choose from it's a bit overwhelming.
I have loved diaperswappers.com they are a huge forum for cloth diapering. You can buy a bunch of gently used diapers there. I have even seen mommas selling new diapers on there. The prices can't be beat (most of the time).
i also like Kelly's closet for buying and clothdiapersnmore.com. If you know a specific brand you want to buy, you can try typing it in to like google and see what retailers come up.
I hope this helped.
I have programs in place to protect myself from the ads and such. I have never had a problem with it. Then again I also use a Linux laptop for most of my travels on the site. But even on my Windows desktop, I haven't had issues. If you are careful, you should be fine.
Oh yeah. But I think there are a lot of people out there that do not have their computers properly protected from things. We have daily and weekly scans and updates on all of our computers, so that we stay protected from new viruses and things. I hope you like the stuff you bought from a Diaperswapper. :) I have been able to build my stash for pretty cheap, by looking for some good deals with some of the sellers on there.
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