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Here are pics of one the cloth diapers I made. The first few are not worthy to show off, but this one looks pretty darn good!

This is one of my new Pocket Diaper covers I made for my kids.  There is an exterior layer that is a water proof and breathable fabric.  The interior layer is of a light weight fleece that wicks the moisture away from the bum.   ... See my Tabblo>

FYI, Target has bigger and better microfiber towels in their auto department for washing your cars than Walmart has. They are a little more spendy, but are better inserts than the ones I got at Walmart. And both options are cheaper than what I I purchased at the store as actual diaper inserts.

Comments

Steffenie February 14, 2009 at 11:25 p.m.

Maybe you have lived in the great North-Left a little too long!!!!

Bryan February 15, 2009 at 11:09 a.m.

Just for the record, I'm not very excited about cloth diapers at all. Well, except that I told Ily I wouldn't be changing diapers if she switched to cloth, and she went ahead with it anyway, and well, it's nice not having to change diapers anymore :-)

Ily February 15, 2009 at 5:32 p.m.

I agree we have been out here too long... And we will find a way out of here some day. But for the record, I have heard of people in Oklahoma making the switch to cloth diapers too. No place is safe from the Going Green movement. Besides, it is cheaper in the long run. Money speaks alot!

Ily

Stephanie February 20, 2009 at 9:29 p.m.

Hey Ily, Thanks for commenting on our site!!! I am using regular diaper right now, I tried some environmentally friendly diapers when Jacob was born but just couldn't get them to work and for some reason couldn't bring myself to try cloth. Disposables are really expensive though! Hope you are doing well. I just saw your baby carriers, they are so pretty! Do they work for older kids too? Jacob is really big for his age and i don't like the baby bjorn i have, he is just way too heavy for it... I think he is around 21 or 22 lbs now.