Category: Cloth Diapering

OhbabyKa Diaper Review

OhbabyKa is the first diaper I got a look at from Amazon. Keep in mind that my youngest is three, so I haven’t had the opportunity to actually use these diapers on a baby. I also can’t speak to their quality or how long they last. I have, however, cloth diapered three kids so I

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Grey Market Diaper Series

Wendy holding several grey market diapers

Let’s talk a little bit about this. It’s a hard subject to write about, and I don’t want to shame anyone who has purchased these diapers. That is not my intent. Indeed, your diapers and your baby are probably fine. I hope your diapers last for a long time! I do want to give a

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Grovia O.N.E

We have been HUGE Grovia O.N.E fans since they did their first release as a part of their original Kickstarter campaign. When they released the final design we were delighted to see how it had improved, we loved it before but now its even better! Our first big rave about the Grovia O.N.E is how

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Diapering Beyond One-Size: Applecheeks Size 3

Diapering a kiddo that falls outside of the “One-Size” diapering systems is a daunting challenge. Using a trainer instead also presents its own set of challenges as it makes having to remove the diaper complicated. Switching to disposable diaper that are size 6 plus are not only expensive but are often hard to find. As

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Thirsties Natural Newborn All-In-One

Thirsties Newborn Natural All in one Woodland Snapped down

Looking for a newborn cloth diaper that ticks all the boxes? Cute, absorbent and easy to wash (even made in the USA of all natural fibers to boot) the Thirties Natural All-In-One (NNAIO) fits the bill! As with other natural fiber diapers this one will need to be “prepped” after 2-3 washes we called it

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