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Cloth Diapers and Momma Cloth vel2n 2 kids; Houston, Texas 19948 posts
23rd Oct '12

Hello mommas,



I just wanted to share my Facebook shop for anyone who is interested in reusable goods for momma and baby. I make cloth diapers, momma cloth, un-papewr towels etc. Check it out and let me know if you have any questions!



http://www.facebook.com/PoppetsPockets

MamaOf2BlueEyedCuties Due February 22 (boy); TTC since May 2014; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Lebo, Kansas 2565 posts
23rd Oct '12

what exactly is "momma cloth"?

Juliette 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Olive Branch, MS, United States 3015 posts
23rd Oct '12

I'm wanting to start cloth diapers but have no idea how they work. Lol.

Mama Bird [+2] ♥ 2 kids; Michigan 2647 posts
23rd Oct '12
Quoting vel2n:" Hello mommas, I just wanted to share my Facebook shop for anyone who is interested in reusable goods ... [snip!] ... cloth, un-papewr towels etc. Check it out and let me know if you have any questions! http://www.facebook.com/PoppetsPockets"

i love everything on there! If i had the extra money I would deff be buying some stuff.

Levi and Brooklyn's Mommy 2 kids; Alabama 4531 posts
23rd Oct '12
Quoting MamaOf2BlueEyedCuties:" what exactly is "momma cloth"?"


cloth period pads and liners and thinks like that

vel2n 2 kids; Houston, Texas 19948 posts
23rd Oct '12
Quoting MamaOf2BlueEyedCuties:" what exactly is "momma cloth"?"


Momma cloth is cloth menstrual pads. I use them personally and I LOVE them. Honestly, when i first came across them, I thought "gross" but they really are wonderful. They make your periods shorter, lighter and less cramping. I have been using them since my period came back after my daughter and I have not had any cramps since. I highly recommend that you look into them, whether or not you choose to buy from me or not!

vel2n 2 kids; Houston, Texas 19948 posts
23rd Oct '12
Quoting Juliette:" I'm wanting to start cloth diapers but have no idea how they work. Lol."


Well, there are several options. I make and use pockets cloth diapers, which have a pocket that you stuff an absorbent insert into. There are also AIOs (all in ones), AI2s (all in twos) and fitteds/ covers. I prefer the pockets personally bc I can dbl stuff at night for nighttime dryness. Also, so I can dry the inserts and hang the shells to dry (drying wears down the PUL faster than line drying).

vel2n 2 kids; Houston, Texas 19948 posts
23rd Oct '12
Quoting Mama Bird ♥:" i love everything on there! If i had the extra money I would deff be buying some stuff."


Thank you!

Juliette 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Olive Branch, MS, United States 3015 posts
23rd Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting vel2n:</b>" Well, there are several options. I make and use pockets cloth diapers, which have a pocket that you ... [snip!] ... dryness. Also, so I can dry the inserts and hang the shells to dry (drying wears down the PUL faster than line drying)."</blockquote>




Do the ones you sell work for all sizes?

vel2n 2 kids; Houston, Texas 19948 posts
23rd Oct '12
Quoting Juliette:" <blockquote><b>Quoting vel2n:</b>" Well, there are several options. I make and use ... [snip!] ... to dry (drying wears down the PUL faster than line drying)."</blockquote> Do the ones you sell work for all sizes?"


Yes, they are one size diapers. They work from 8 lbs- 35 lbs, give or take a few lbs based on the build of your LO.

Juliette 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Olive Branch, MS, United States 3015 posts
23rd Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting vel2n:</b>" Yes, they are one size diapers. They work from 8 lbs- 35 lbs, give or take a few lbs based on the build of your LO."</blockquote>




How much are they? I liked your page and looked a little but not much. I want to start saving some money for some.

vel2n 2 kids; Houston, Texas 19948 posts
23rd Oct '12
Quoting Juliette:" <blockquote><b>Quoting vel2n:</b>" Yes, they are one size diapers. They work from ... [snip!] ... How much are they? I liked your page and looked a little but not much. I want to start saving some money for some."


My dipes are $18 + shipping.

MamaOf2BlueEyedCuties Due February 22 (boy); TTC since May 2014; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Lebo, Kansas 2565 posts
24th Oct '12
Quoting vel2n:" Momma cloth is cloth menstrual pads. I use them personally and I LOVE them. Honestly, when i first came ... [snip!] ... I have not had any cramps since. I highly recommend that you look into them, whether or not you choose to buy from me or not!"


i have a problem with pads. i always seem to bleed up the back and it never stays on the pad

vel2n 2 kids; Houston, Texas 19948 posts
24th Oct '12
Quoting MamaOf2BlueEyedCuties:" i have a problem with pads. i always seem to bleed up the back and it never stays on the pad"


I do as well. I make mine in 9" and 12" length for my shop, but personally I use 12" all the time. It seems huge, but it offers the best coverage for me front to back.

MamaOf2BlueEyedCuties Due February 22 (boy); TTC since May 2014; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Lebo, Kansas 2565 posts
24th Oct '12
Quoting vel2n:" I do as well. I make mine in 9" and 12" length for my shop, but personally I use 12" all the time. It seems huge, but it offers the best coverage for me front to back."


how do you go about changing them while you are out at a store of something and how do you wash them? i might look into getting some