Posted by Julie on 7/5/2014
I have been cloth diapering for 4 years but I still on a regular basis have conversations with people who hear "cloth diapers" and they instantly picture pins, rubber pants, and trying to figure out how to fold a flat.
While flats and prefolds are still a wonderful and inexpensive option, cloth diapers have changed drastically in the last 20+ years.
Modern cloth diapers are just as easy to use as their disposable counter parts.
There are wide ranges of styles, fits, and brands.
After having several friends convert to cloth diapers after asking me questions I've realized people are interested and willing to learn about modern cloth but you have to be willing to talk about them in a way that doesn't make them feel less for having questions.
Posted by Julie on 4/1/2014
A great way to save money on cloth diapers and accessories online is with coupon codes and sales! Be sure to check out some of the latest sales and deals that Squishy Tushy has up on their website. Check out this post for a specific list!
Posted by Julie on 3/12/2014
Ahhh.. Spring. Fresh flowers, wet grass, muddy playgrounds, and sun. I live for warm weather. I really do. The sun comes out and I come alive. Once it gets consistently warm, you’ll have a hard time finding me at home with my kids. We’re either at the zoo, the playground, the nature trail, anywhere that’s not indoors is where we’ll be. That being said, having a kid in cloth while out and about might seem like it could be a big hassle. As the Queen of Simple & Practical, I can tell you it doesn’t have to be! Here are some of my tips for a day out with cloth in the Spring.
Posted by Julie on 3/3/2014
One of my favorite things about cloth diapers is that they can be used for multiple children. Not only do you save a lot of money cloth diapering the first child you put in cloth but then you can pass them on down to your next child/children and save even more money. But the question is what do you do with the cloth diapers between babies?