1. 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...
  2. Five Reasons to Take the GroVia Hybrid System on the Road

    I'm back from a much needed vacation! Although we had plans to head out of town, we decided to make it a stay-cation instead, relaxing and having fun with the kids close to home. So I didn't get the chance to use up my pack of GroVia Biosoakers that I've had since our last Spring Break. However, over the past year I did try a few of them Read more...
  3. seriously, the best cloth diapering advice. ever.

    I'm going to be honest, the title of this post was just to get you here. :) Ya'll been click-baited, haha! Well, now that I've broken our circle of trust, you're here, so you might as well read on. I've learned quite a few things throughout my son's cloth diapering days. When it comes to cloth diapering advice, I've been on both the giving and Read more...
  4. Finally! An Efficient way to Dry Cloth Diapers Indoors!

    It took me two years, but I have FINALLY found a way to dry cloth diapers indoors that works great for me! Over these past couple years I've tried several different methods that worked okay, but none that weren't really super convenient. I started out drying my son's diapers over the washer and dryer. I put a nail in both walls they sat between Read more...
  5. Up Close look at GroVia's Wild Things print!

    Last week GroVia revealed that they had joined forces with Wee Gallery, a company that specializes in whimsical art to visually stimulate even the youngest babies. This collaboration yeilded two wonderful new prints for GroVia, Wild Things and Up & Away! also available in snaps  They are both so great, I had a hard time choosing Read more...
  6. What it's REALLY like to wash diapers at the Laundromat...

    Many families choose to use cloth diapers to save money, but what if you don’t have access to a washer and dryer?    I’ve always been curious about how Laundromats work. After I had my firstborn at 19, we bounced back and forth between my mom’s and sister’s houses, but luckily always had access to a washer and Read more...
  7. The Truth about Swim Diapers and Exclusively Breastfed Babies

    *WARNING: This may be a little TMI for some!  Got a baby? Planning on spending some time by the pool? You’re gonna need a good swim diaper. The purpose of all swim diapers is not to absorb, but to hold in solids. “Solids” is a nice way of saying poop. :) But what if your baby’s poop is not so solid?? What if your baby Read more...
  8. Nursing in a Stretchy Wrap

      In honor of World Breastfeeding Week, I want to share what I have learned about nursing in one of my favorite carriers. After my youngest was born, he lived in a stretchy wrap! Whether I was trying to get things done around the house, taking a trip to the store, or spending our evenings walking up and down the road to soothe him during Read more...

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