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Emily Goodman

Emily L. Goodman is a cloth diapering, baby wearing mother of four from Tennessee. When she’s not chasing her little ones around the house, she can be found working on her blog at www.emilylgoodman.wordpress.com, but don’t be surprised if it goes for a while between updates (the kids keep her plenty busy!), working on her latest novel, or freelance blogging for other companies. Her fictional works can be found on Amazon.

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Your Summer Guide to Cloth Diapering in the Water
May 15, 2017 8:00 am | by

There’s nothing better than a long summer day in the water with your little ones. Not only do they have a great time splashing and playing while they’re there, they come home exhausted and ready to take a long nap—which means mama gets a little time for herself! Preparing to take your little ones to the water, however, does require some forethought. As a cloth diapering mama, you don’t really want to purchase disposable diapers just for use in the water. Are you prepared for everything your little one needs for summer? Check the Guidelines of the Pool If you’re

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PART 3: Cloth Diapers to Big Potty – Choosing the Right Cloth Trainer
February 23, 2017 12:03 pm | by

Which Cloth Trainer is Right for You? So you have the essentials for potty training your little one down, but now, which cloth trainer is right for your little one? We get it. There’s lots of options out there, but by simply considering what you want out of a trainer, you may just find just what your little one needs. Light Absorbency for Small Accidents Some cloth trainers are designed to feel just like underwear, with a slightly thicker cloth that provides a little more protection in the event of small accidents. This style of a cloth trainer is perfect for a

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PART 2: Cloth Diapers to Big Potty – Essentials for Potty Training Cloth-Diapered Kids
February 23, 2017 12:01 pm | by

So you and your little one are ready to start their potty training journey, but don’t know where to start. As we talked a bout in Part 1, don’t stress. You’ve got this! And we’re here to help… So, let’s talk about the essentials you’ll need to potty train your cloth-diapered little one. What do you really need when your baby starts potty learning? When your little one is ready to start potty training, there’s a huge range of equipment to choose from: adorable little potties, adjustable toilet seats that are just the right size for tiny bums, trainers in a

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PART 1: Cloth Diapers to Big Potty – Reducing the Stress of Potty Training
February 23, 2017 12:00 pm | by

As moms, we put a lot of stress on both ourselves and our kids when it comes to potty training. Some babies are ready to use the potty well before their second birthday. Others pass three and are still content to run around in their diapers. If our children are on the later end of the spectrum, we start sweating it—especially as cloth moms. Isn’t cloth diapering supposed to mean that they potty train earlier? Am I doing something wrong if my baby doesn’t potty train as soon as everyone else’s? If you’re inching toward potty training with your toddler,

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Ergo 360 Carrier Review
January 16, 2017 7:00 am | by

I’m a confirmed Tula mom. Really, I am. My first thought when I opened the Ergo 360 and put it on, however, was, “Where was this when I was wearing all the time?!” The Ergo 360 is a great practical, versatile carrier. All too often, Ergo gets passed by when moms ask about great baby carriers. After trying out the Ergo 360, I think it should be at the top of many lists! Check Out That Waistband Okay, it’s probably a small thing when you’re looking at the carrier as a whole, but I fell in love with the Ergo 360

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Choosing the Carrier That’s Right for You
January 11, 2017 7:05 am | by

It’s often been said that choosing the right carrier for your baby is like finding the perfect pair of blue jeans: it’s different for everyone, and there’s no telling which one you’re going to fall in love with until you’ve had the chance to try several. There are so many factors that go into choosing your carrier. How are you supposed to choose the right one? If you have access to a store where you can go in and try on a variety of carriers, that’s always your best bet. If you don’t have a store near you, however, understanding

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Tula Standard Baby Carrier Review
January 9, 2017 12:00 pm | by

I’ll admit it: I’ve been a Tula carrier girl since the first time I put one on. I had been carrying my snuggle bug of a daughter in ring slings and an inexpensive mei tai carrier for months, but as she approached the six-month mark, it was getting hard to carry her everywhere all the time. Five minutes with her in a Tula that I “just wanted to try on,” and I was handing over my credit card. I’m not the only mom who has found the Tula love. There are plenty of moms out there who can’t wait to

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Taking Cloth Diapers to Daycare
November 23, 2016 8:00 am | by

Cloth diapers and daycare: can it really be done? For many families, successfully using cloth diapers at daycare is simply a matter of routine. If you’re struggling with how to get started using cloth when your child is in someone else’s care, this guide will help you get started. Talking to Your Provider Whether you’re choosing a daycare provider for the first time or swapping to cloth with the provider you are currently using, you need to have a discussion with your provider about cloth diapering at daycare. Be prepared with: Information about modern cloth diapers and just how simple

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