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Tag Archive: potty training

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

 
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

 
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,

 
Your Cloth Diaper Guide
August 25, 2016 11:01 pm | by

So you’re considering using cloth diapers. Congratulations! Many natural-minded parents like you have come to the realization that cloth diapers boast so many advantages over disposables. Cloth has officially made a comeback! With so many to choose from, we know you may need some help. This is your cloth diaper guide. To begin, here are just a few of the reason why people are choosing cloth diapers over disposables. Cloth Diapering Benefits Cost-Efficient Parents choose cloth diapers over disposables for many reasons; one of which is significant cost-savings. By cloth-diapering exclusively, you can save approximately $1,200 or more over the

 
Thursday Giveaway: Potty Training with Flip
November 5, 2015 5:12 pm | by

Is your little one ready to start using the potty? It’s going to happen sooner or later, and if that time is now, we’re here to make things a bit easier! The Flip Potty Trainer Kit comes with a one-size cover that adjusts to fit most kids 20-50 lbs (or approx. 18 mo. to 5T) and three organic cotton inserts. The trainer is made to slide up and down like regular underwear while the inserts are designed to catch accidents, allowing your little one feel wetness.  For this week’s giveaway, two people will win a Flip Potty Trainer Kit and a Genius Series T-shirt because every

 
Cloth 201: Using Flip Trainers
June 29, 2015 8:14 pm | by
Cloth Diaper Creams

There comes a time in your cloth diapering journey where you’re going to have to give up cloth. I know… It may be hard to part with your beloved bumGenius Freetimes or Flips, especially if it’s your favorite Genius Series print, but there’s still a light at the end of the tunnel. When your little one is nearing the potty train, you can still use cloth.. AND some of your top Genius Prints will still be available! Flip Potty Trainers are a one-size waterproof shell with removable stretchy side panels that creates a comfortable fit, while the replaceable organic cotton pads

 
Real Mom Talk: Potty Training Your Toddler
March 15, 2015 7:26 pm | by

So you think your child is ready for potty training. Awesome! She is exhibiting all the signs of readiness: she wakes up dry after nap and in the mornings, tells you before or after she goes, loves to exhibit independence, shows interest when YOU have to go (that’s always fun), and hates having a dirty diaper. There are probably more signs but I feel these are the most obvious. So whether your child is 18 months or almost 4, if he or she is exhibiting some of this behavior, you may want to give it a try! I’ll admit that

 
Real Mom Talk: Transitioning from Cloth Diapers to Potty Training
October 21, 2014 7:15 pm | by

As a parent, you’ll go through many phases with your child. It can be monsters in the closet, sleeping troubles, and issues with hitting. But what you don’t realize is that diapering is just a phase as well. Sure, it’ll be a phase that lasts up to three years, but a phase nonetheless. Transitioning from a cloth diaper addict to a potty training mom can be difficult. I’ll admit…. Bai is potty trained during the day and only wears diapers at bedtime. And I bought the new Bumgenius print- Martin. She may only wear it once or twice but the

 
Thursday Giveaway: Back to the Basics
August 20, 2014 5:24 pm | by

The world is complex. There’s always a lot going on at any given moment, and if you don’t stop for a second, you could miss what’s important. But, how do you actually find time to break for a quick second when everything moves so fast? Try taking it down a notch and head back to the basics. Doing so will help you create a deeper appreciation for the simpler things in life. It may even help you see things in a new light, including cloth diapers.  Easy-to-use systems like Econobum can really help you learn the fundamentals and principles of cloth

 
Review: weePOD Basix
July 4, 2014 9:25 am | by

My little guy has been quite interested in the potty for a few months now so my husband and I decided it was time to venture into the potty training world. I was a little hesitant as where to even start with the whole potty training stage. After chatting with a few Mom’s and hearing their suggestions/experiences we decided to give the WeePOD Basix.  The first thing I noticed when we received the potty seat was the quality of the seat. It’s made from a super soft foam material, similar to a bumbo seat, which makes the seat firm, but