If you’ve ever looked for information in order to troubleshoot a problem you’re having with your cloth diapers, you’ve likely run across the instruction to “strip your diapers.” Stripping is far easier than many make it sound and can be useful in the right situation. We explain how (and why).
Want to make sure your baby stays toasty warm when you’re out in the cold? Here are five very practical tips for babywearing in the winter!
Making your own homemade diaper cream is a simple, natural, super-effective way to protect your baby’s bum from rashes and irritants.
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Washing cloth diapers isn’t difficult, but it’s different than washing clothes. Find out how and why with our helpful post.
Making your own toilet paper may seem so “way out there,” but once you try it, you realize how simple and sensible it really is. Besides, it saves a ton of money. 🙂
Why cloth diaper? Cloth diapers are an excellent way for parents to save money, be environmentally responsible, and be chic, all at the same time.
While using pure coconut oil one day as a substitute diaper cream, we unexpectedly discovered the best diaper cream we’ve ever used.
Caring for babies who are constantly itchy, sore, or suffering from open wounds is often miserable for both you and your child. The good news is that cloth diapers can significantly help.
Cloth diapers save you money and when you can use them a second time, that savings is compounded. Here are four tips to protect your investment.
Welcoming a newborn is a wonderful experience, but for many, it can be overwhelming too. Choosing to use cloth diapers needn’t add to your feeling “whelmed,” though – follow these tips to keep the first few months smooth and successful.
The prefold is the simple, frugal, no-stress way to take care of your diapering needs. Here are two easy ways to fold it and feel confident in keeping your baby dry.