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Cloth diapering was once a thing of the past. When disposable diapers became readily available, most moms quickly abandoned cloths for the convenience of disposable diapers. However, cloth diapering is not what it used to be and cloths are gaining popularity with moms again. There are several types of cloth diapering systems on the market now.
My SIL, my missionary cousin, and several other ladies I know have used BumGenius all in one 3.0 cloth diapers with great success and ease. My missionary cousin delivered and raised twins in Uganda (they are recently fully self toileting), boy and girl, and has loved these diapers for ease of use and washing in often rough circumstances. I purchased some myself before we mc'd, and though I have no personal experience with putting them on my child they really are a clever design. BumGenius 3.0 are a pocket style that doesn't leak and has fit children I know from newborn 5 1/2 lbs through finishing toilet training at a tall, normal size 2 1/2 yrs. My nephew is almost 2 now. He actually prefers them over the disposables my SIL uses for travel, and he knows he is rash free on the cloth.
I used kashmir baby all in one cloth diapers. They are made with an organic cotton & hemp lining that is antibacterial and hypoallergenic. I would highly recommend them. I was just wondering if anyone's started potty training? How did you do it? Looking for tips~