We chose to cloth diaper our first child as well (she's now 8 months) and we LOVE it! We did opt for a service which has been so convenient, affordable and just amazing. It was a little scary to take that leap when we brought her home from the hospital, but after a few days (and some good laughs) we had the folding down and never looked back. I second your point about diaper rash. Our daughter has only had diaper rash once and that was because of an allergic reaction which caused severe diarrhea. I hardly ever use diaper cream, and besides that one bad day she's never had so much as a red speck on her bum.
A Look Inside Cloth Diapers
|8/3/11 8:25 PM|
Trying this tonight but ditching the dill since my husband hates it, and adding fresh peas because it sounds kind of yummy with the mint. Also I'm cheating and using canned beans - sorry - I'm just not that organized to soak the day before :)
Recipe: Lemon Braised Chicken & Beans with Mint Pesto
|7/8/11 4:30 PM|
Love LOVE the room!
Oliver's Crafty Crib
|5/23/11 3:14 PM|
Changing table for me - we just used an old dresser and added a changing pad. Its the best thing we ever did - I'm 6ft tall and when I use friend's changing tables I'm amazed at how low they are - by back would break - plus we have loads of counter space for supplies, wipes, and tossing clothes while changing!
What Did You Think You Couldn't Live Without...But Can?
|5/13/11 5:31 PM|
I use Seventh Generation liquid detergent for baby clothes (and our clothes), Better Life cleaning supplies for most everything else. I also like the Babyganics line from BabiesrUs - I use their diaper wipes and I like their cleaning wipes for quick spot cleans in the nursery.
What Are Your Favorite Baby Cleaning Products?
|3/9/11 2:33 PM|