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February 7th, 2013, 04:44 PM
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Micah is an explosive pooper!

Every single time she goes, it shoots right out the back of her diaper. Like, every single time without exception. And she goes a lot. Today she went four times. I have tried just about every brand of diaper, and I have tried doing them up more tightly and loosely, but nothing makes a difference. I guess it's just something I have to live with, but it mkes it hard to go out because i'm always worried she will poop everywhere. A few days ago I had her in the carrier while we were out shopping and I heard the familiar gurgling sound. I rushed back to the car, but it was too late. Me, her and the carrier were covered!

Does anyone else's baby do this? I am hoping once she starts eating more solid food her poop won't be as runny!
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February 7th, 2013, 06:12 PM
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I actually have NEVER had to deal with a leaky diaper, with the exception of pee in the morning when he needs the next size up! His poop was more solid than I wanted it to be before but when I switched formulas, it went back to a more pastey consistency. I don't know if I could deal with explosive poo all the time!!! It would drive me crazy! Are all her clothes stained?
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February 8th, 2013, 12:39 AM
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Yes I keep a bucket in the laundry room aand toss all her clothes in, then wash them all at night. I have been spraying them with stain remover as well, but all her white shirts have a lovely yellow patch on the back. If it was sunny, some sunlight would probably fade it but it's winter in England, soooo....lol.
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February 8th, 2013, 01:08 AM
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I was definitely going to recommend some sun! I accidentally bought a night gown for Remy at a garage sale that had a big patch on the butt, but I set it outside and it was gone within hours! Too bad there is not a lot of sun right now!
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February 8th, 2013, 02:54 AM
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Oh boo no fun! I had that happen a couple times when Matthew wad a newborn (Im switching the newborn cloth diapers we have for the next baby) but I haven't had that issue since hes been in his flips. I use cloth diapers so it 'contains' the mess better then sposies... I have had a tiny leak with his flips when the juice from the poop would wet the leg gusset and it would seep onto his clothes. Not bad though and I haven't had that issue for quite sometime. And now that hes eating solids to he has that peanut butter type poo so it doesn't go anywhere lol.
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February 8th, 2013, 07:22 AM
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Linc was blowing out everytime before we switched to cloth, now it all stays in! woohoo!
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February 8th, 2013, 08:10 AM
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Kyah is also in cloth diapers. We do occasionally have blow outs though. She has one poop a day. Sometimes it is a lot at once! When it gets on her clothes I wash them immediately and we have no stains. As far as the diapers i can still wash them every other day and not one is stained. And I don't soak them at all either. So, yay for that!
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February 8th, 2013, 09:57 AM
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Where did you all get your cloth diapers from? Would it still be worth it if i started now, beig that she's already five months?
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February 8th, 2013, 02:40 PM
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Oh definitely! Get one size diapers and they grow with your baby to potty training. I get mine from cottonbabies.com they have all the supplies you need to cloth diaper. You can also get used ones to,I know diaperswappers.com is a great one to check. Cottonbabies also has used ones to (there ggently used). You can just Google it and theres lots of places to get them.

I LOVE using cloth and its so much cheaper then sposies to in the long run. Its a bigger initial cost but one time. Theres such a variety out there to and you can get started with like 100 bucks even less sometimes. (I dont know what that is in uk currency though sorry!)
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February 11th, 2013, 08:58 PM
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Where did you all get your cloth diapers from? Would it still be worth it if i started now, beig that she's already five months?
It would still be worth it to switch now imo. I got most of mine from ebay. They are one size pockets. So, they grow with baby. They were all new. I bought the bamboo inserts separate, also on ebay. The microfiber inserts that came with them are just not absorbent enough. You could try ordering a couple to test them out and see how you like them. On ebay, you can get them as low as $1.00, seriously. That is with free shipping. Just search cloth diapers on there. The bamboo inserts can run around $3-$5 each unless you buy a "lot", which can be like 4-5 inserts for around $10-$15.
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February 12th, 2013, 08:03 AM
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Thanks, i am going to have a look tonight! I was worried about the extra laundry, but if i'm washing all her clothes every time she goes anyway it won't make much difference.
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February 12th, 2013, 10:45 AM
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I've heard of mom's putting cloth diaper covers over sposies to hold it in. Thirsties are a good brand.
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