I’ve been happily using cloth diapers for almost four years, and my favorite diaper of them all has been the one-size pocket diaper. True, it’s what I started with. I didn’t really even have anything else until my second child came along and I found that 20 diapers for two kids just wasn’t quite Keep Reading
Diapering is a controversial subject in some circles. Here at The Frugal Farm Wife, we are all about cloth diapering. Partly because I don’t like to see all of that plastic going into the landfill, but mainly because using cloth diapers is so much more affordable than using plastic!
In the diapering archives, I have answered almost every question you can think of about using cloth diapers. I have a review of pocket diapers. I have included my favorite types of cloth diapers. I have given my secrets to packing the most efficient diaper bag when you are using cloth.
Some people want to take it a step further and sew their own cloth diapers! I have covered that too. And I take a look at the best disposable diapers for the money, if that’s the route you choose to take.
Cloth diapers have come a long way since my mother used them for me!
I’m a big fan of cloth diapers, and always will be. From cheap Baby City diapers, to Smarti Pants, and Fuzzibunz, I love ‘em! But sometimes, it just makes sense to use disposable diapers. Over the last three-and-a-half years of diapering, I’ve tried nearly every inexpensive brand of diapers you Keep Reading
There are a lot of good reasons to use cloth diapers. Probably the one you hear most often is the Eco-friendly aspect. After all, once a paper diaper hits the landfill, they take (as I recall) an estimated 300 years to decompose. But honestly, while it’s nice to be able to pat myself on the Keep Reading
I know a lot of us cloth diaper at home, but feel like it’s too much work when we’re going out to bring cloth diapers, a wet bag for dirty diapers, and try to keep everything organized. It is much easier just to take disposables and throw them away after using them! After a while though, especially Keep Reading
This Baby City cloth diaper review will help you decide whether these ultra-cheap diapers are for you! Possibly the biggest arguments against cloth diapers is the prohibitive start-up cost. Unless you’re happy to go the old pre-fold and pins route, that is. That’s why I was excited to find Baby Keep Reading
Or The Continuation Of The Diaper Saga. Either way, it’s a good way to save a lot of greenbacks. With a new baby on the way, I recently came to the conclusion that it was time to expand the diaper stash. With Garrett in the process of potty training (and doing quite well, I might add), I hope Keep Reading
I’ve been cloth diapering now for… 18 months? The first several months weren’t anything like exclusive, partly because it took a while to get in the groove of washing the diapers before we ran out. There are times now and then that I use paper, For instance, when we go on a long-ish trip, yet not Keep Reading
Hey all! I'm back with more about preparing for baby on a budget. If you miss part one, go here to read it. I'll wait for ya. ;) It’s crazy how much you can spend on getting ready for a new baby. The shear volume and diversity of baby gear out there is just mind boggling! So what does a new Keep Reading