Tag: cloth diapers

  1. No More Fluff. Getting Real with Jenn Labit.

    No More Fluff. Getting Real with Jenn Labit. Interview with Jenn Labit. On Thursday, March 8th we celebrated International Women’s Day. It was fitting that I would be interviewing one of the most recognizable names in the cloth diapering industry: Jennifer Labit. A pioneer in the cloth diapering field and mom to four, Jenn is the epitome of a girl boss and strong woman. I was so excited/ Read more...
  2. TGN Compares: Sloomb Underwoolies to Sloomb Wool Covers

    With the release of the gorgeous new winter line-up of colors from Sloomb, you may be ready to hop into using wool as a cloth diapering option. Starting out using wool may seem intimidating, with the various styles available and the different course of maintenance, but fear not! We’ve got your back! We are here to break down the differences Read more...
  3. Storing Diapers Away

    For the second time in our parenting journey, we are saying “cya soon!,” to our cloth diaper stash. Otto has committed to no diapers, hooray! We are expecting our sweet baby girl to join us mid-February, which means we have a good few months of our diapers sitting untouched. This same little break happened between the boys, too. I am Read more...
  4. Potty Learning: How the Game Changes

    How has potty learning changed our day-to-day, our diaper drawer stash shots, and our on-the-go bag? Read on! Read more...
  5. Why Wool?

    If you have seen our Facebook Live videos, read other blog posts, talked to me in our brick and mortar store, seen any of my social media posts, or know me in real life, you have probably heard me gush about using wool as a diaper cover (or as very beautiful clothing). Not just any wool, either; you have heard me majorly name-dropping the brand Read more...
  6. The Price of Cloth: Savings, and Avoiding the Cheapies

    Can we take a minute to talk cloth diaper prices? I remember researching cloth diapers back when I was expecting my first baby, and, not knowing what to expect, being a little surprised at the prices. $20-ish EACH? But then I need, ...24? That’s…. (gets out calculator). There’s no denying that that number ends up being a hefty Read more...
  7. bumGenius Freetime v. Elemental AIOs

    Hey cloth diaper-ers! Are you wondering what the difference is between the bumGenius AIO diapers, the Freetime and the Elemental? I’m here to tell you! Let’s back track really quick to talk about the AIO (all-in-one) style in general. This style of diaper is by far the least fussy - everything you need (a waterproof outside and an Read more...
  8. Stacy Bridavsky on Babies, Kitties, and Cloth Diapers

    Hi, readers! This week on the blog, we are sitting down for a nice little Q+A with local customer, friend, and celebrity cat mom, Stacy Bridavsky. Stacy is the mom of nearly-one-year-old Rosco, the human, and internet sensation Lil Bub, the cat. We talk babies, Bub, and cloth diapers. Let's get to it!   Hi Stacy! We are so glad to get to Read more...
  9. #FridayFavorites : bumGenius

    Hi TGN friends! Today marks a new day in TGN Blog History: part one of our #FridayFavorites series! I will be filling you in on what my favorite thing is about each of our diapers. Feel free to share your favorites in the comments!
     
    BumGenius (CottonBabies)
    Probably the most recognizable name in Cloth Diapers, BumGenius offers an ingenuitive, budget-friendly option for every type of cloth diapering family. BG will always get mad love from TGN, as it really helped our brand take off. Their smart designs and quality make them easy to love. From prefolds and covers to organic AIOs; they've got it all.  #TGNlovesbG
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  10. 8 Great Uses for Wet Bags

    My favorite cloth diapering accessory is the wet bag, hands down. For those not familiar with wet bags, they're handy little waterproof sacks that are great for storing  your little one's dirty diapers, wet clothes, and so much more! They come in different sizes and closures. Although my son is out of diapers, I'm not ready to part with Read more...

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