cloth diaper Archives - Keeper of the Home
Share:

7 Homemade Recipes I Always Make (and 7 I Don’t)by  

By Kate Tietje, Contributing Writer There are homemade recipes out there for just about anything.  I have tried many of them over the last few years. I consider myself a big "DIY-er" and I love to try anything I run... Read More

My Mama Cloth Adventures and Review of Four Sourcesby  

Written by Natalie Klejwa, Contributing Writer What in the World is Mama Cloth? Eighteen years ago I cloth diapered my first two babies in white cotton pre-folds coupled with Gerber's hard, crinkly plastic pants.  Not because it was fun and... Read More

How to Swish a Diaper in the Toilet and Your Other Cloth Diapering Questions Answeredby  

This post marks the end of our short, but hopefully helpful, series on dispelling some myths about why cloth diapering is actually easier than you think. I asked you for your cloth diapering questions, and you really let me have... Read More

3 More Reasons That Cloth Diapering is Easier Than You Thinkby  

Last week, I began to dispel some commonly held myths about cloth diapering. I began with two of the biggest myths, that cloth diapering is more expensive and that it is more disgusting. The reader response was fantastic and I... Read More

Dispelling the Myths: Why Cloth Diapering is Truly Easier Than it Seemsby  

I've been cloth diapering for over 6 years, but I still sometimes find myself surprised by the strange looks and the mistaken opinions that most people have when the topic arises. I want to dispel some myths in what will... Read More

Saving Money by Using Clothby  

Cloth.  Such a simple word.  Only five letters.  But, oh, what a money saver! Think about all the paper products you use during the day.  How many of them do you throw away once they've been used? Now think about... Read More

Saving Big Money On Your Little Onesby  

By Emily McClements, Contributing Writer Most people believe that welcoming a little bundle of joy into their life means parting with a big bundle of cash to get everything that little baby will need.  From diapers and wipes, to clothes,... Read More

Solutions to irRASHional Problems with Cloth Diapersby  

Written by Sherrie Cook, Contributing Writer **This is somewhat of a two part post, beginning with Sherrie's post on Healing Rashes While Cloth Diapering. Sherrie is our resident cloth diapering expert and she has many valuable things to say on... Read More

Healing Rashes While Cloth Diaperingby  

Written by Sherrie Cook, Contributing Writer There are many reasons to choose cloth diapers for your baby.  Many mums choose cloth to aid in the prevention of diaper rashes. Cloth diapers are breathable, allowing air to flow freely through them. ... Read More

How to Get Set In Stains Out of (Almost) Anythingby  

Find charts for successful stain removal, and the trick that saves my sanity and my kid's clothes.  Stains are a big deal at our house.  It seems that my kids are stain magnets.  I know that just about everyone would... Read More

Keeper of the Home’s Pocket Diaper Reviewby  

Why pocket diapers? For over 4 years, I used fitted diapers with covers, and I was happy with them. Yes, they could be a bit bulky but I didn't have any major issues. They were simple to use and cost... Read More

Reducing Waste by Using Cloth Diapersby  

Image by mhofstrangd Post by Contributing Writer Sherrie Cook For years prior to 1961, parents used cloth diapers on their children because there was no other option. Since the 60’s, paper diapers have grown with such popularity that many moms... Read More

Homemade One-Size Cloth Diaper Pattern and Wipes Recipeby  

Angela Beery, has created her own pattern for making a homemade, one-size cloth diaper and it looks excellent! Making your own diapers is a wonderful way to use up extra material, and to make diapers that are extremely frugal as... Read More

Cloth Diapering a Newbornby  

Though many mamas desire to use cloth diapers for their little ones, the thought of using them soon after the birth or with a newborn is often a bit overwhelming. I think the general impression is that it is much... Read More

Cloth Diaper Liners: No More Rash Overnight!by  

You may or may not remember how we've been having trouble with Caden getting rashes when we use cloth diapers overnight. We've been able to continue on with cloth in the day, but have been using more natural disposable diapers... Read More

I’m sold on the dry diaper pail!by  

Just a couple of weeks ago, I wrote a few posts about cloth diapering (Part 1 and Part 2), and was asked by a reader about using the dry pail method. It was actually the first time it had occurred... Read More

Q&A: Cloth diapering (even for the faint of heart)- Part 2by  

If you missed the first post in this series, here's the link. Here's my basic method: Whenever I change my little guy, I toss all of the diapers and wipes into a pail beside his change table (I try to... Read More

Q&A: Cloth diapering (even for the faint of heart)- Part 1by  

I'm assuming that you cloth diaper. I would love all the info that I could get as far as your favorite methods, and the products you use. The information out there is overwhelming. I am Mama to five wonderful girls... Read More

Copyright 2016 - Keeper of the Home  //  Website by App Studios

Follow Us: