Monday, July 06, 2009

Diaper Talk

With Kate we've been using gDiapers. So far we've really liked them. (www.gdiapers.com) They are environmentally friendly because you just flush the inside liner and reuse the cloth outer pant. They are not necessarily wallet friendly, though not a lot more expensive than disposibles. I've heard that cloth diapers are more economical. So I've been looking into cloth diapers. I know you might be saying - "That's gross and a lot of work." That's kind of what I thought before I started looking at what's out there. I met a mom here who is all about cloth diapers. (That's what her blog is: allaboutclothdiapers.com) She showed me some of her favorites and how the different all in one cloth diaper systems work.

One that she recommended was Gro Baby. This diaper is supposed to fit your baby from newborn to whenever you stop using diapers. That would be so great to not have to buy different sizes as baby grows. So I'm really interested in trying Gro Baby. It looks like it's easy to use, trim fitting, and the covers are really cute colors!

Here's the link if you want to check them out:
Natural Baby Co. - Gro Baby

Feel free to pass on any suggestions or comments!

3 comments:

Ashley McWhorter said...

You are one brave momma! WOW!!

Autumn and Haley said...

I'm warning you, it's a total warp. One minute you're just checking them out, the next your obsessed.

msheepers said...

I follow another SAHM's blog, and she loves cloth diapers.

http://homekeepingheart.blogspot.com/search/label/cloth%20diapers