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Location: Barksdale, Louisiana (missing Las Vegas,NV)
I'm bored, and I want to research this topic, but I thought that I would get some insider information before going out there and getting confused. I know that if I start cloth diapering it won't be for Alan but the new baby and my husband will never change a diaper again or do laundry lol.
When I first thought of cloth diapers I was 16 with a new baby and what I saw were these rags with the extra thick part in the middle. There was no way I was going to do that, although I did have to a few times because I had no income and needed something. Not fun.
But now, they are all fancy and pre-folded or whatever. They look like real diapers, and much easier than folding up a rag into something that looks like a diaper or using safety pins that I hate using. There's buttons and velcro woohoo.
So what would I need to know to get started on cloth diapering? What would I need for a start and are there any good places for information?
Go to Kim's website: Dirty Diaper Laundry |
She has tons of info and has tried many many diapers. I use Bum Genius AIO's and love them. I went solely off recommendations and bought them without trying any others, but I know that there are so many out there and they are CUTE! Mine are pretty basic. They are super easy to use--just like a disposable and washing isn't bad either. I just had to find what worked for me--Rockin Green soap.
Start there though