We made the switch to cloth with our first son (now 4.5yo), who broke out from every disposable that we tried on him. The rashes were awful, and nothing cleared them up until we made the switch to Bum Genius OS pocket dipes at about a year old. We started our second son with disposables until he was big enough to fit our BGs and had the same rash problems with him...apparently, we produce super-sensitive little people. :( Our third baby is two weeks old, and has been in cloth (Bum Genius, Fuzzi Bunz, and Gro Via) since her very first diaper, without so much as a speck of diaper rash (both boys had reactions to disposables within days of birth). We're incredibly thankful for easy to use, convenient modern cloth diapering options that keep our babies' bottoms comfortable and pain-free. :)
A Look Inside Cloth Diapers
|8/3/11 3:07 PM|
I make and use felted soaps, and they're fabulous. :)
Felted Soap: A Great, Natural way to Exfoliate!
|1/22/11 11:58 AM|
What an awesome bedroom! I'm super-impressed by the three dimensional tree construction!
Beck and Mylo's Forest Friends Room
Small Kids, Big Color Entry #29
|11/10/10 10:13 AM|
I always get a wrap, pouch sling, ring sling, or some type of carrier. I didn't think much about registering for one when I had my first son, and bought it on my own- and two kids and three strollers later, the babywearing always wins out!
Apartment Therapy ohdeedoh | Do You Have a Go-To Baby Shower Gift?
|7/9/09 2:17 PM|