Cloth Diapering Mamas


Cloth Diapering Mamas

A group for anyone using or considering using cloth diapers.

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Latest Activity: Feb 9, 2015

Discussion Forum

What brand do you love?

Started by Lyndsey. Last reply by Lindsey Zaldivar Sep 25, 2012. 24 Replies

What do you use to wash these amazing cloth diapers?

Started by Nicole Bolton. Last reply by Laura Waters Sep 26, 2011. 3 Replies

Flats and Handwashing Challenge

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Comment by m dempsey on June 3, 2009 at 11:29am
Hi Katie, For wipes I just wet them with tap water and keep them in a wipe warmer. They stay moist for a day or two and are just the right temp for baby bottoms.
Comment by m dempsey on June 2, 2009 at 9:49pm
Hi! A newbie here. I've been CD for a little over a year now. We had twins and a 15 month old when we started ~ 3 in diapers was just too much money. I still use disposables at night and when we go out, I just can't seem to get the cloth to last more than an hour or so without leaking. We use the Bummis SWW and prefolds.
Comment by Katie Meyering on June 1, 2009 at 7:36pm
Sorry my last comment was SO off topic from the actual question...
We just started the cloth diaper adventure and so far we use all Bum Genius & love them! I'm actually "bummed" that I didn't use cloth with my older two!
Comment by Katie Meyering on June 1, 2009 at 7:32pm
I use the re-usable swim diapers with my kids and appreciate them. However, at the community pools they typically won't allow them. They insist on the disposable kind...although I'm sure they really don't catch a think;)
Does anyone have suggestions on a great solution for homemade spray of some type to use with cloth wipes?
Comment by Christie on June 1, 2009 at 7:26pm
I have ordered the MotherEase one size cloth diapers, but they go waaaaay over our 12 day old's umbilical cord, so until it falls off, we are using Seventh Generation sposies. Washing wipes everyday has me all psyched to start using our CDs :)
Comment by Katy McCarrick on May 22, 2009 at 2:00pm
Hi Amy- We had our cloth diapers when she came home from the hospital (including some Bum Genius one size), but they were soooo big on her at first (and she was over 9lbs!). So we decided to wait to do cloth until she was about 5 or 6 weeks. But, I know a lot of people will still put their newbies in cloth even if they're big -as long as they hold the icky stuff, probably doesn't matter how big they look, right? You could also opt for some prefolds and covers, which, I think you can get to fit newborns a little better (someone else will probably know). :) Congrats on your baby!!
Comment by Amy Webb on May 22, 2009 at 1:04pm
Hi all-- I'm expecting a baby in about a month and planning to use cloth diapers so I'm eager to read all your suggestions. I'm leaning toward Bum Genius 3.0 one size. Did you start with cloth from newborn stage or wait a bit? Even the smallest setting seems big for a newborn (of course who knows how big he'll be!)
Comment by Kim on May 22, 2009 at 12:26pm
I have used a couple different types of swim diapers and I love the ones you can get at Target or Babies R Us. They are a great price and work fantastic!
Comment by Katy McCarrick on May 22, 2009 at 9:22am
Lyndsey- Are you wearing a Moby in your pic? I LOVE my moby!
Comment by Katy McCarrick on May 22, 2009 at 9:20am
Morgan- that's a great tip- I did not know that! Definately will be doing that this summer.

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