1. They are cheap. At $4 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 $200. 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. Simply Prefolds are so softer! 3. It is easy to care for prefolds.
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Ah, the age-old question: “Why should I cloth diaper my baby?” There are a ton of reasons you should want to use cloth diapers. If you were to speak to a hundred cloth diapering parents, you would likely hear a hundred different reasons why they chose to cloth diaper. Here are a few reasons that offer an immediate impact upon making the switch. Let’s take a look at why cloth diapers are the best option available for your baby. You’ll Save Money Cloth Diapering When you buy disposable diapers, you are throwing away money with each diaper change. Literally. Exactly how
When you have a new baby arrive at your home, you start looking for ways to save money and stretch every dollar as far as possible. My kids are grown now, but working as a postpartum doula I’ve learned how people save money and have a few handy tips to share with you. 1. Save Money with Cloth Diapers The first way that comes to mind is by using cloth diapers. I had a postpartum doula client in the city who was using a diaper service for cloth diapers, and we did the math and this is what we came
There are many reasons to be thankful for cloth diapers. From the cost savings to the environmental benefits, cloth diapers can positively impact your family where it matters most. Whether it’s by having a few extra bucks to buy something special or just the peace of mind that you’re choosing a more natural option for your baby, cloth diapers make a difference. For this week’s giveaway, we want cloth diapers to help your family in some way, shape or form. One person will win three bumGenius, Flip or Econobum diapers of their choice. To enter, just tell us why you’d
Cloth diapers are an easy way to save money when you’re caring for a baby. Unlike disposables, cloth diapers are a one-time expense (unless you have to get the newest Genius Series print at each release). For some people, the upfront cost of cloth diapers can be a deterrent, although there are ways to build your stash without breaking the bank. To cloth diaper your baby full-time and wash every other day, we recommend having at least 24 diapers on hand. Twenty-four bumGenius Freetime diapers are $399. A 24-pack of bumGenius 4.0s is $384 while two dozen Elementals are $520.08. Regardless of
Cloth diapering can be easy — and affordable — with Econobum! Econobum is our most economical system. Hence the name 😉 With a one-size diaper cover that’s compatible with high-quality prefolds made with 100% unbleached cotton, it’s an cost-friendly way to try cloth diapers for as little as $100. You can also cloth diaper on a budget during the first few days of life with the Econobum Newborn Kit. For this week’s giveaway, we’re going to help more people learn how easy it is to cloth diaper.. even when you’re trying to save a few extra bucks. Five people will win an Econobum Trial Pack. To
When it comes to cloth diapers, there are A TON (yes, a ton) of options and styles available. That’s the beauty of it. From pockets to hybrids to all-in-ones and all-in-twos, you can use many different systems to diaper your baby. But, if you want to go back to the basics of cloth diapering, try prefolds, flats and covers. This classic system works great for heavy wetters, newborns, or when you want to save a few bucks. Like today’s cloth diapers, prefolds, flats and covers have become more advanced over time. You don’t have to use plastic pants and diaper pins anymore! You
There are so many reusable products out there! Of course, my favorite would have to be cloth diapers, but I like so many others too! Reusable products help cut down on waste, save money, and can come in some cute designs and colors that throw away products don’t. Reusable sandwich bags – My husband packs his lunch almost daily. Sandwiches, chips, snacks… it really adds up. He could take up to 5 plastic bags a day. And then, they just get thrown in the trash! Who wants to literally throw money away on a daily basis? Sure, it’s only a few pennies.
Our cloth diapering story includes a few years of disposables. We had the “luxury” of wiping baby’s bum, putting the wipes in the diaper to roll up and throw away. It was easy, simple, and got rid of everything at once. Once we transitioned to cloth diapers, we were separating the disposable wipes from the cloth diaper to throw the wipes away. It felt… odd. I had to go to two different places in my house to get rid of the waste, sometimes I’d end up with poop on my hand, and I was still creating trash. Switching to cloth
Ah, summer. What’s not to love about the season? School is out, vacations are planned, and the weather is nice, which can only mean one thing: air drying cloth diapers. Line drying your cloth diapers is a great way to save money, and each month, it can put more than $10 back in your pocket. But not only that, drying your diapers in the sun can also remove stains and sanitize your stash. To dry your cloth diapers outside, you don’t need a traditional clothesline and clothespins. You can use a folding drying rack or set your diapers over a