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drunk faith1 1 child; Alabama 10081 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting Due *March 8th* w/ a boy!:" Ohhh awesome! How are you liking it so far? And what was the hardest part for you with all of it? I ... [snip!] ... sticks with me, just because I don't figure I would want to put my next in the same ones, just for my own thoughts on it lol!"

I love it, I could NEVER go back. The hardest part for me the constant criticism I get from my family for it. But the rest is cake.

drunk faith1 1 child; Alabama 10081 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting Due *March 8th* w/ a boy!:" Oh yes that is what I plan to do! I know if his daddy is ever watching him, I will just make sure I have ... [snip!] ... exactly. I know I saw the one for washing and what not, but I want to know how you dispose of all of the stuff and what not :D"

If you knew what was in disposable diapers, you might change your mind on letting your husband use disposables. They're full of nasty things that are really dangerous for babies.

Little Richard's mommie! Due July 12 (boy); 1 child; Seneca, South Carolina 4430 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting Faith1LovesMLP:" If you knew what was in disposable diapers, you might change your mind on letting your husband use disposables. They're full of nasty things that are really dangerous for babies."


Well, the only problem is I can't make him use disposable :(. Because he might decide he thinks it's to gross and might just throw the cloth ones away or just go and buy some of the disposable anyway. I don't plan to leave my son for a long, long, long time so I am hoping I won't ever need to have a stash of the disposables on hand. And what kinds of things are in them jw? I never knew they were dangerous for babies, so now I am curious!

lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44070 posts
10th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Due *March 8th* w/ a boy!:</b>" Well, the only problem is I can't make him use disposable :(. Because he might decide he thinks it's ... [snip!] ... disposables on hand. And what kinds of things are in them jw? I never knew they were dangerous for babies, so now I am curious!"</blockquote>




All he has to do is throw them in a pail. He doesnt had to do anything with it. I mean he should plop solid poop in the toilet but if he "couldn't" he can just have u do it later.

drunk faith1 1 child; Alabama 10081 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting lolajessup:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Due *March 8th* w/ a boy!:</b>" Well, the only problem is I ... [snip!] ... had to do anything with it. I mean he should plop solid poop in the toilet but if he "couldn't" he can just have u do it later."


This. What is so much grosser about wet cloth over wet paper?
Here are some things is sposies. http://www.livestrong.com/article/111348-chemicals-disposable-diapers/

Kay plus Three 3 kids; Hillsborough, New Hampshire 6101 posts
10th Jan '13

I just lost two ounces of precious breastmilk to the belly of my seventeen month old... :/

Sabrina~SquishyButts 20 kids; El Paso, Texas 46345 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting Due *March 8th* w/ a boy!:" Ok soooo I am new at this, and my son will be here in T-minus 8 weeks or so. I am looking into trying ... [snip!] ... trying this out and I am not for sure if I will keep doing it, I would really like it to be in a lower price range if possible."

pockets or AI2's could fit into your "ease of use" requirements
None of them have to be hung on the line if you don't want them to be (I hate line drying mine)
Remember that whatever diapers you get are an investment that you'll want to use for quite some time, so you want them to be able to stand up to the constant use, washing/drying, and to still have a reasonable re-sell value once you're finished with them, so remember that you get what you pay for when you go for "cheap". If you're looking for good in the "inexpensive" route, you may want to surf the used or buy/sell/trade pages for previously loved cloth.



and your location makes me happy. I'm from Aiken, SC. But, married to the military, so I'll probably never go home again. :)



Welcome!

Sabrina~SquishyButts 20 kids; El Paso, Texas 46345 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting NicoThunders:" ::waves::"


:)

Sabrina~SquishyButts 20 kids; El Paso, Texas 46345 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting Rachie.luv♡:" I know MF can't touch babies skin right....? So say I go to walmart and buy those car rags, and put ... [snip!] ... does the same (doubt it lol) what is a good night time diaper for a new born... I only have 3 newborn diapers lol must get more"


I loved fitteds and covers for nighttime. :)

Sabrina~SquishyButts 20 kids; El Paso, Texas 46345 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting CL & DJs Mommy:" So I had my first encounter with stinkies and my baby isn't here yet. What fibers cause diapers to hold ... [snip!] ... 1 flip, 1 thirsties duo size 1 that should be here tommorow, and 1 rumparooz NB that will be here between today and weds."


all of them can hold in the pee smell if they're not rinsed out enough. It only takes one wash load to get buildup. Make sure you're using a cloth safe detergent, and that you're rinsing an appropriate amount of times to keep the fibers from getting clogged from soap or potty mess.

Sabrina~SquishyButts 20 kids; El Paso, Texas 46345 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting Due *March 8th* w/ a boy!:" Oh yes that is what I plan to do! I know if his daddy is ever watching him, I will just make sure I have ... [snip!] ... exactly. I know I saw the one for washing and what not, but I want to know how you dispose of all of the stuff and what not :D"

answers to pretty much every question you can have can be found in the OP's links, and then after you sift through that (sorry, it can be a little overwhelming) then, we are happy to help with further questions.

Hy'ska 2 kids; Washington 50791 posts
10th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Due *March 8th* w/ a boy!:</b>" Oh yes that is what I plan to do! I know if his daddy is ever watching him, I will just make sure I have ... [snip!] ... exactly. I know I saw the one for washing and what not, but I want to know how you dispose of all of the stuff and what not :D"</blockquote>



My husband and nanny have never washed out a poopy diaper. They put them on the washer and I deal with it. It's not too big of a deal to me.

BunnyGirl19 Due December 13; 3 kids; 10 angel babies; Oregon 16899 posts
10th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Brink:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Due *March 8th* w/ a boy!:</b>" Oh yes that is what I plan to ... [snip!] ... nanny have never washed out a poopy diaper. They put them on the washer and I deal with it. It's not too big of a deal to me."</blockquote>



Same. SO puts the diapers in the bathroom sink for me to deal with. My mom will dump solid poo in the toilet, but otherwise she just shoves poopy ones in a plastic bag for me to deal with later.

NicoThunders 2 kids; Michigan 12847 posts
10th Jan '13

You ladies would be awesome if you could come vote for your favorite photo's in this contest. It really needs more votes!
http://forum.baby-gaga.com/about2413457.html



(and Mother of Broccoli is in it too!!!!!!!!!!)

CL & DJs Mommy 3 kids; Georgia 6451 posts
10th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Sabrina~SquishyButts:</b>" all of them can hold in the pee smell if they're not rinsed out enough. It only takes one wash load ... [snip!] ... and that you're rinsing an appropriate amount of times to keep the fibers from getting clogged from soap or potty mess. "</blockquote>




It was a lady at my OBs office diapers. She had gdiapers snd gerber pregolds but the smell was do bad I cc ouldnt look at thrm, but they appeared clean.



So rinsing is the key? Before or after the wash cycle?