It has come to my attention that colors are quite important in a toddler’s choice of diaper. Actually, it goes beyond color. Hue and tone seem to be important, though they won’t be able to explain that. . . . → Read More: What Are Your Kid’s Favorite Cloth Diapers?
It’s funny how, at one point, the difference between a pocket diaper and an All In one was fairly obvious to me. Then, the more we used different cloth diapers, the more confusing it actually became. This is probably because many companies call their pocket diapers “All In Ones.” So, what’s the difference? . . . → Read More: What’s The Difference Between A Pocket Diaper And An All In One?
our daughter’s body shape suddenly changed. Mainly, her legs got chunkier (and super cute!). No big deal, except that suddenly all of those diaper covers we were using for her prefolds were too tight for her legs. . . . → Read More: Cloth Diapers For A Baby With Chunky Legs
More BumGenius Reviews
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Are you trying to figure out what brand of pocket diaper to use for your baby? I have found two pocket diapers to be tops in my book: BumGenius 4.0 and FuzziBunz One Size. I think both trump Happy Heineys by comparison. Okay, onto the comparison…
Okay, . . . → Read More: Pocket Diaper Comparison: BumGenius Vs. Fuzzibunz
Here, I want to do a comparison of two major names in cloth diapering: Fuzzibunz and Happy Heineys. As with most cloth diapers, both have their merits.
Both are quality pocket diapers, meaning they both have a waterproof cover, a fleece-lined inside with a pocket, and an absorbent insert included.
Snaps or Velcro Fasteners
You can get Happy . . . → Read More: Pocket Diapers Comparison: Fuzzibunz Vs. Happy Heineys
Why use cloth diapers (cloth nappies) rather than the mainstream disposable diapers? There are basically 3 things you want to consider:
2. Environmental Concerns
3. Health Factors
Although the up-front cost of cloth diapers seems prohibitive, over the long-haul, spending on disposables for one child from birth to potty training is over $2000. The cost for . . . → Read More: Cloth Diapers (Cloth Nappies) vs. Disposables?