shopping. Why not treat yourself to a little of your own shopping spree for
some great fluff and/or accessories?! I’m excited to co-host the School of Fluff Giveaway with Simply Me Plus 3 and Cloth Diaper Revival. For this event, we will be giving away a $100 gift card to Kelly’s Closet. Think of all the great things you
could buy with $100!
This event isn’t called the “School of Fluff” for nothing. I’ve compiled some of my more informative cloth diapering posts to help cover the basics for you.
As easy as cloth diapering is, it’s even easier to custom make your own stash and fill it with prints and fabrics that you not only love, but that will work well for your baby. I’ve put together an easy to follow picture tutorial that highlights how to make your own diapers step by step. There is a link included to the newborn pattern I used. =)
It can be a little overwhelming to decipher which accessories you need when you jump into cloth diapering. A diaper sprayer is one of those things that some people can’t stand and others can’t live without. Here’s my personal experience and opinion on this commonly used cloth diaper accessory.
For someone who had never cloth diapered a newborn, it was a definite change for me when compared to diapering my toddler. Lucky for you, you can read through my experience with our second baby and gain a few valuable tips for taking on cloth diapering a newborn for yourself.
As much as I don’t want to admit it, cloth diapering isn’t all rainbows and unicorns. It has its benefits obviously but some people glorify cloth diapering so much that I think people who are new to cloth get started with the mentality that there are no negative aspects. Based off my personal experiences, decide for yourself if the pros outweigh the cons. (I think they do.)
Wet bags are a definite must have for cloth diapering. They provide a moisture-proof place to store you soiled cloth diapers while you’re out and about. I keep a couple in my diaper bag and even made a much larger one to use as a hanging wet bag in our home. This wet bag tutorial has only a few steps and can save you tons of money in comparison to those available on the market.
I have spent A LOT of money on diaper creams. I have always had to purchase one that was “cloth diaper safe”, and since they run approximately $10.00+ for a tube/jar, it can get costly. Therefore, I decided to make my own diaper cream and now you can too.
Now that you’re armed with some starter resources, enter the giveaway for the $100 gift card to Kelly’s Closet!