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10 Reasons I love bumGenius One Size Cloth Diapers
June 14, 2008 11:16 pm | by

1. They are easy. This is about as easy as cloth diapering can get. It is like using disposables only you never have to run to the store or worry about running out. You are just a load of laundry away from having all the diapers you need. They can be put on even a squirmy baby in a flash.. 2. They are cute. bumGenius diapers make little baby bums all rounded and smooth and pastel or bright. 3. They fit under all baby clothes. It seems today that most baby clothes are made with the expectation of slim, trim

 
10 Reasons I Love Prefolds
June 8, 2008 1:04 pm | by

1. They are cheap. At $2 or less per diaper (depending on size and thickness) this is easily the cheapest way to cloth diaper. You can get enough diapers to get you through your baby’s entire diapering period for less than $100. 2. They are soft. After they quilt up in the first few washes, they are soft and fluffy and comfortable. I know I would be willing to wear them around my sensitive parts if I needed to, so I feel good about my baby wearing them. The Chinese prefolds are very soft, but the Indian prefolds are even

 
Cotton Babies Grand Opening Celebration
May 28, 2008 11:32 pm | by

GRAND OPENING CELEBRATIONPARTY ON THE COUCHES Join us this Saturday, May 31st10am – 6pm Our retail store has opened in a new location across the street from St. Anthony’s Hospital with tons of great new product lines. *************************************************   SALES, DRAWINGS AND DOOR PRIZES ALL DAY LONG!!! The first 50 paying customers get a free pair of BabyLegs. Thousands of dollars worth of giveaways all day long. Doors open at 10am, the first drawing is at 10:30am! We’ll continue giving product away every 30 minutes until 6pm! Where are we? The store is located at 9916 Kennerly Road, St. Louis,

 
What’s so great about wool?
May 24, 2008 10:30 pm | by

There are all kinds of diaper covers out there to keep baby’s clothes dry and the diaper mess contained. Some are very inexpensive and some are not. For those just getting started, you might wonder why someone would choose to pay over $40 for one diaper cover that needs some special care. There actually is a very good reason. Because it is wool. There are many reasons for choosing wool. It is a natural fiber, renewable, breathable, and while the care of wool diaper covers is a little pickier than most other covers, the times it needs care and attention

 
Having Fun With Diapers
May 24, 2008 10:28 pm | by

Colors, styles, hook and loop and snaps, basic or fancy, cloth diapering is more than just a way to catch the pee and poop.

 
Sleep Troubleshooting part 2
May 24, 2008 10:20 pm | by

This is part 3 in my series on baby sleep. (Part 1, Part 2) Here are some more ideas for troubleshooting your baby’s sleep. Short Naps: Those 15-20 minute naps are killers! Just when you think you FINALLY get a break the baby is up before you have fully formed a thought about how relieved you are. This takes a little work on your part but it can help to stretch out naptimes. Put your baby down for a nap as usual, but don’t go anywhere. Sit nearby where you can hear when baby starts to stir. (This is where

 
Sleep Troubleshooting
May 24, 2008 12:14 pm | by

In my last post I wrote about setting up good sleep habits. But while setting up good habits gives you a general framework of good sleep, there are always still problems to be had. Here are the basics of a few: Days and Nights Mixed Up: A lot of babies start out their life like this. When you are newly postpartum and exhausted it can be hard to handle. Keeping the baby in bright rooms during the day and dark rooms at night help baby’s circadian rhythm to get sorted out better. Time itself is the only other cure. Startling/Fussy

 
Sleep, Sweet Sleep
May 21, 2008 11:34 am | by

Almost the first thing out of anyone’s mouth when they start asking questions about someone’s baby is, “Are they sleeping through the night?” or “Is he a good sleeper?” No matter what the actual answer is, I usually just say yes and move on, I don’t really want to give everyone the play-by-play of how things are going with regards to our nighttime routines and how they may or may not be working right now. There are some people I know who have fabulous sleepers. Their children seem to sleep well from the day of birth and are easy to

 
Yo-yo Baby
May 16, 2008 10:30 am | by

You might have noticed that I have not been around to post much lately. I place the entire blame on my now- eight month old who is going through a few new developmental stages that make using a computer fairly difficult. And even now she is trying her best to climb all over my laptop. A couple of weeks ago she hit what we call around here the Yo-yo Stage. She had mastered crawling and sitting and was enjoying playing with toys much more. She was a much happier baby now that she could choose what to do and where

 
Kissaluvs Size Comparison
May 9, 2008 6:09 pm | by

Picking a kind of diaper can be a little befuddling, and once you do that you have to figure out which size to buy. Unless you buy one size diapers like bumGenius, but then you still need to experiment with the right settings. Well I am here to clear up a little confusion on that! Lily is a mildly chubby 15-16ish pounds right now. I tried on all the sizes of Kissaluvs, and was pleasantly surprised at how flexible the sizing options really are. I haven’t used the size zero on her in a couple of months, but low and