Should you buy diapers with a snap or Velcro (hook and loop) closure? There are many opinions out there. Some families strongly prefer snap diaper closures, while others swear by Velcro. Truth is, the best option is different for each family. It all depends on …
Trying to decide between sized vs one-size cloth diapers? They differ in cost, bulk, and fit. Read for a review of each, as well as recommendations based on personal experience.
Make your child a healthier smash cake for their first birthday with this easy recipe!
Choosing a cloth diaper for your baby can be overwhelming. Not only are there many styles to pick from, but there are also many different fabrics used. Learn the properties, pros, and cons of each fabric. Also, did you know that some of the fabrics are more ecofriendly than others?
Changing cloth diapers can be cumbersome and awkward at first. Establishing an efficient changing system is vital to your cloth diapering success. Each family and household is unique. To give you some ideas, I’ll share what works for us. Post includes pictures of my diaper changing station.
Washing cloth diapers can be broken down into these 4 steps. Post includes tips to establish a successful laundry routine (specific for you) and avoid poop!
As a new mom, life is filled with love and excitement! It truly is a wonderful and fulfilling experience. Words cannot describe the powerful feeling that overcomes a mother when she holds her baby in her arms. This undoubtedly amazing experience also comes with it’s …
Planning your maternity leave can be overwhelming, especially when you have 5 million other things on your mind! An important first step is identifying all of your benefits. This guide is designed to help you with that process. First, consider all benefits provided through federal, state, or city laws. Then, communicate with your human resources department to identify employer-provided benefits. See this post for specifics!
If your breastfed baby is refusing to take a bottle, you are not alone. This is actually a very common issue. Try not to panic (easier said than done, I know!). In this post, I’ve provided a long list of things you could try.