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21 Weeks Pregnant: Your Pregnancy Week by Week

By JustMommies staff

You are twenty-one weeks pregnant now. Even though you still have a while before your baby arrives, you may be thinking about what type of diapers to use on your baby. You may be thinking about using cloth diapers or just planning on using disposables. Cloth diapers are actually very popular and a lot
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8 Reasons Moms Should Consider Part-Time Cloth Diapering

You’ve seen some adorable cloth diapers and heard all the hype for trying them, but the truth is you’re
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Baby Basics 101: Caring for a Newborn

By JustMommies staff

Caring for a newborn has its ups and downs, and everyone who has done it before you seems to have an "expert" opinion on how you should do things. Some general advice may be helpful, but in many cases people don't take into account the fact that every baby (and every mother) is different. What works
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Baby Basics 101: Caring for a Newborn

By JustMommies staff

Caring for a newborn has its ups and downs, and everyone who has done it before you seems to have an "expert" opinion on how you should do things. Some general advice may be helpful, but in many cases people don't take into account the fact that every baby (and every mother) is different. What works
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Cloth Diaper Baby Shower Ideas!

By JustMommies staff

Diaper showers are a wonderful blessing whether the diapers are disposable or cloth. However, if you or your friend knows they will be using cloth diapers, there's something amazing in opening package after package of colorful, cloth diaper fluff and patterns, knowing they will never run out. Throwing
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Cloth Diapering Basics: Beginner's Guide to Cloth Diapering

By JustMommies staff

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
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Cloth Diapers 101: How to Use Cloth Diapers

So you’re thinking about using cloth diapers, but you don’t know where to start. You may have tons
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Diaper Rash That Won't Go Away

By JustMommies staff

Your baby has a diaper rash and you’ve tried all the conventional treatments but it still won’t go away. What should you do? If your baby has a diaper rash that doesn’t go away after a week with conventional treatments, you may need to call your pediatrician. Likewise, if your baby has a fever,
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Green Diapering 101: Reducing Your Baby's Carbon Bumprint

By Inhabitots

Over 18 billion disposable diapers end up in landfills each year in the U.S. alone. That staggering statistic should be enough to make any parent question what can be done to reduce their baby's carbon bumprint. There are several options that are greener than using disposable diapers, but if you want
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Green Diapering 101: Reducing Your Baby's Carbon Bumprint

By Inhabitots

Over 18 billion disposable diapers end up in landfills each year in the U.S. alone. That staggering statistic should be enough to make any parent question what can be done to reduce their baby's carbon bumprint. There are several options that are greener than using disposable diapers, but if you want
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