I published a post in January comparing the old style newborn cloth diapers to the new style. My issue with using the old style on my newborn was that they weren’t absorbent enough for my heavy wetter. I also wondered about the size difference and how the new style would fit.
Celebrate GroVia’s Limited Edition Prints at the #NewGroVia Twitter Party 7/7
Have you seen GroVia‘s adorable limited edition prints? I love how this unique partnership with Wee Gallery turned out.
Dirty Diaper Laundry and The Eco Friendly Family are celebrating 5 years with 5 days of amazing giveaways. They are two of the “O.Gs” (or O.B.s for original bloggers? LOL) in the cloth diaper world. When I started my blog I had no idea that cloth diaper blogs existed – but I found these gals and I am psyched that they have met this milestone! Today’s is the last giveaway, and it’s amazing!
Disposable Cloth Diaper Liners vs. Using Viva Paper Towels as Liners
Post contains affiliate links – pictured items were purchased by me. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. In my 4 1/2 years of cloth diapering, I have never used a diaper sprayer or disposable diaper liners. I thought I would “need” them when I started cloth diapering, but I was stressing myself out with the idea of all the things to buy, so I decided to wait. I figured I’d buy them when I felt I needed them, but I got by fine without them and never bothered. That said, I think they would make life easier, especially if you are hand washing!
Post contains affiliate links. Pictured items were gifted, purchased with affiliate credit, or won in a giveaway. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. I have never personally used disposable cloth diaper inserts. While I am a huge cloth diaper advocate, I am also a huge proponent of “it doesn’t have to be all or nothing.”