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Tag Archive: basics

How to cloth diaper at night
April 29, 2013 4:30 pm | by
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Cloth diapering your little one from an early age often makes it easy to cloth diaper at night. Many infants don’t sleep through the night early on, so it’s easy to just change your little one’s diaper before a  mid-night feeding. Once they get a little older and start sleeping through the night, it an be a bit of a challenge to cloth diaper at night. If you use bumGenius 4.0 or other pocket style cloth diapers, the first solution is to add extra inserts into the pocket to increase the absorbency of your cloth diaper. A good first step

 
Real Diaper Week Scavenger Hunt
April 22, 2013 2:30 pm | by
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Since Real Diaper Week is in full force, we’re having a scavenger hunt so you can learn a bit more about the different types and brands of cloth diapers. Throughout the week, will announce multiple clues each day on Facebook and Twitter. It’s your job to scour the Cotton Babies website and pin what you think the answer is to your “Cotton Babies Real Diaper Week” board on Pinterest.  This contest runs through Friday, April 26. Each day, we’ll select a few random winners to receive a prize. At the end of the week, we’ll select one random grand prize winner

 
aden + anais Adult Daydream Blanket
March 22, 2013 2:30 pm | by
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If you’ve been following our blog for any real amount of time, you already know how much I enjoy aden + anais products. I own a set of Bamboo Muslin Wraps that are exclusively mine that I wear as scarves and use when traveling. A big jar of mum + bub Soothing Ointment sits on my bedside table. The B-Jeweled Muslin Wraps are the only thing that makes me smile when found scattered on my floor by the children. So take the following review with a grain (or whole shaker full) of salt. For a long time I’ve joked around

 
Tuesday Giveaway: The NEW bumGenius Elemental
March 5, 2013 3:35 pm | by
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We have a little joke around the Cotton Babies office that once you try a bumGenius Elemental cloth diaper, you’ll never go back to the style of cloth diaper you previously used. While it’s not 100% accurate, we find that for a lot of cloth diapering parents, the bumGenius Elemental is their favorite diaper.   Why do they love it so much? There are so many reasons! Some like the organic cotton inside and that it is very absorbent. Many love the fact that it’s an all-in-one style cloth diaper, so you don’t have to stuff it after you wash

 
Contest: Jenn’s Baby Shower!
February 8, 2013 5:14 pm | by
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You probably already heard, Jenn, the fearless leader of Cotton Babies, is having a baby! Only a few weeks remain before her new addition will enter the world, and it has been nearly four years since a newborn baby has graced the Labit home. Since her (now) youngest daughter Elsie arrived, A TON of new baby products have been released, so Jenn would like your help discovering new items – for her family and for Cotton Babies.   We’re hosting a baby shower for Jenn on Pinterest, but there’s a twist! YOU have the chance to receive the gifts because

 
Winter First Foods
January 30, 2013 10:30 am | by
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My first three boys were all born in the spring or early summer, which meant that they were ready to start eating solid foods as fall turned into winter. This is, in my humble and decidedly non-medical opinion, the best time of year to start on solids. Why? Well because squash* and sweet potatoes are in season! Technically, we are currently just past the peak season for these veggies, but you can still find fresh and flavorful squash and sweet potatoes in the stores and at some farmer’s markets (depending on where you live). I think they make great first

 
Tuesday Giveaway: Just the basics!
July 10, 2012 10:15 am | by
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I don’t know about you, but the heat of summer makes me drop back to just the basics of life. Simplifying chores, spending evenings on the porch with a tall glass of water, letting the kids play in the sprinkler in the yard and more. Maybe the heat even affects your cloth diapering routine? Many customers tell us that when the hot days of summer arrive, they like to let their little ones run around in a classic prefold cloth diaper without a cover whenever possible. For today’s giveaway, our prize package includes some of our favorite Cotton Babies basics:

 
Cloth Diapers 101: Air drying indoors
April 9, 2012 3:05 pm | by
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As much as I love hanging my diaper covers out in the sunshine to remove stains and stink, the fact is that it’s just not always possible. Sometimes the weather doesn’t cooperate, especially during spring rains. Other times, I have just waited too long to do laundry and end up completing a load of diapers at 10 p.m. when there is no sun in sight! Rather than tossing the covers in the dryer, I choose to preserve the life of the PUL material in my diapers by making sure to air dry every time. Even when it’s not possible to

 
Safe Fun in the Sun!
March 23, 2012 12:08 pm | by
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Just in time for fun in the sun, we have some great new swim products for you from iPlay! All of these great pieces from iPlay are made of special UV-protective (UPF 50+) fabric to keep your little one safe during sunny days ahead.   The adorable strawberry or flamingo swim diaper with rashguard set for little girls will make sure she’s well protected as she splashes. Add the coordinating Mod Brim Sunhat to complete the ensemble.   Little men will love the spider or tractor rashguard shirts with coordinating board shorts and sun hats as they put their construction

 
Newborn Cloth Diapering
March 3, 2012 11:13 am | by
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Cloth diapering a newborn can seem intimidating, especially if it’s your first child that you’ll be diapering. But then again, everything about newborns can seem a little intimidating, right? It’s because it’s new, not because it’s hard. Now that I have the diapering of three kids (and the potty training of two of them, more or less) under my belt, I’m going to go ahead and say it: diapering newborns is the easiest part. Newborns don’t move around that much. Not that they can’t wriggle and squirm but at least they can’t get up and run away laughing in the