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Thread: Baby cloth form fitting diapers thoughts

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    Super Member purplefiend's Avatar
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    May 2010
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    When my children were babies, I couldn't use anything but cloth diapers. Both of them were allergic to something in the disposable diapers. I am sure I saved lots of money.

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    I have a neice who used them for her four children. However you should talk to the mom first. Most young people dont want to be bothered with cloth diapers. And if they work and the baby goes to child care it is usually required that they use disposable diapers. Which is too bad, because cloth diapers and the covers made with PUL are a thousand times better than what I used for my son. And they save the parents a fortune instead of buying disposable diapers. Our landfills will have all the disposable diapers in them a hundred years from now, it's sad.

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    my daughter-in-law has put them on olivia since birth. she will be 2 in august. the next child (whenever that will be,) will probably use them, too. the only time she relies on plastic is when traveling for a period of days.
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    Senior Member MissBarbQuilts's Avatar
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    I made 30 diapers using flannel and PUL. Bought a snap press and snaps and had fun. My daughter loved using them on her baby girl. Mom just has to be sure to check often for wetness since you can't really tell when the diaper is wet. It saved them quite a bit of money. She used paper diapers only when going out with the baby. The kind I made use a diaper insert (between the flannel and PUL) that you can pull out and launder separately. Found instructions online.

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    Houghton Lake, MI
    I had the opposite problem with both my boys. They developed rashes with the disposable diapers. Switched to cloth and had no more problems.

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