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Postby jen8675309 » Sun Apr 27, 2008 4:20 pm

Hi Mommies!

I am preggers with twins due in November and I am researching cloth diapers. Do you have experience with cloth diapers? Which brand/kind would you recommend? I don't want to get the kind that you have to safety pin, I would rather get elastic or velcro, if possible.

Thanks for your feedback!

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Postby Tracii » Tue Apr 29, 2008 7:30 am

Hi Jen! Congrats on the pregnancy and twins :D :D When I was pregnant I was all for cloth diapers..we bought a brand available here in Europe - to be honest can't remember but they had the velcro closures...anyway the sales lady recommended that I only buy a few because it is an expensive investment - she said have a few on hand for when the baby arrives but also buy disposable to have on hand...well with just one baby I could not even imagine doing cloth! I never even opened the packaging to the cloth diapers. So before you invest alot of money - just buy a couple and if you use them great - you can buy more.

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Postby kholtan » Tue Apr 29, 2008 3:30 pm

I have about 4 dozen of the snap closure kind that I would gladly sell you. There isn't a single stain on any of them and they were EXPENSIVE!!! I have some covers as well. I also had twins and they were handy around home but I always use regular diapers out and about. Mine are the 8-15 lbs. size and they snaps adjust accordingly.

Let me know if you are intersed. If not I am selling them at our twin sale this fall.

Best of luck to you! Twins are sooooooo amazing!!!! Congratulations and come join "Double Trouble". There are lots of twin mommmies to probe for info!

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Re: Cloth diapers

Postby Sasika22 » Fri Jul 22, 2011 12:11 pm

Cloth diapers also tend to be able to train their children more quickly. Because cloth diapers do not absorb moisture additives, children quickly realize when wet and more receptive to training. Babies in cloth diapers tend to be transformed into a diaper faster because parents can tell when the diaper is wet, leading to the eruption of less irritation.

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Re: Cloth diapers

Postby tuffy4u » Fri Jul 29, 2011 7:46 am

Sasika22 wrote:Cloth diapers also tend to be able to train their children more quickly. Because cloth diapers do not absorb moisture additives, children quickly realize when wet and more receptive to training. Babies in cloth diapers tend to be transformed into a diaper faster because parents can tell when the diaper is wet, leading to the eruption of less irritation.

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I agree, I used cloth with both mine, they were both potty trained before 2. I made my own, it's not to tough, I never sewed before I did it and they only cost 3 dollars a piece. There are many sites that can help and tutorials online. I could give you some suggestions if anyone is interested. Also it seems tough but once you are used to it it's not really a big deal. Plus I saved tons of money!
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Re: Cloth diapers

Postby DillysGirl » Sun Jul 31, 2011 10:22 pm

I use cloth diapers with my twins. I waited until they were each 8 lbs and havent looked back since. I use prefolds and covers. I have some All in ones but I dont like them as well. There are lots of brands out there but personally I use Kawaii covers. They are rather inexpensive at about 4.50 each but work better than some of the more expensive ones that I have purchased. Good luck and congrats on the twins! My two are the best thing ever happened to me!!
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Re: Cloth diapers

Postby fiona_3 » Mon Jul 15, 2013 9:16 am

Cloth diapers are always comfortable for babies. Also, there is no need to spend lot of money on these. they are reusable.
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Re: Cloth diapers

Postby mucio77 » Sun Mar 09, 2014 8:10 pm

cloth diapers are the best because they keep the child and mom alert when the child wets them and the mom is able to closely monitor the child compared to absorbant diapers. :)
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Re: Cloth diapers

Postby Brent_7 » Sat May 17, 2014 6:12 am

I won’t recommend going for cloth diaper brands but it is entirely your call. Generally with cloth ones, chances are rashes are quite high if you forget to change them on regular basis.
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