Perhaps you’ve been hesitating to try flat diapers. At first glance they seem very daunting, because you have to know how to fold them. And then there is the Pin factor because they don’t fasten on their own, and you also need to use a cover. It seems complicated, right? Truth be told, Flat Diapers are fairly straightforward with a… Continue Reading…
I’ve been wanting to write this post for a long time. As an active participant in mom-life social media, I see many comment feeds. One in particular tends to get very heated, and that’s “Formula vs. Breastfeeding.” I want to talk some more about this, but I’m going to approach it from a unique angle.
Let’s talk diaper cream! I was surprised to learn that not all of them are allowed directly on cloth diapers. Some can cause repelling, buildup and even stains. But fear not, there are many brands of cloth safe diaper cream available to replace your thick creams and vaseline. Here are 3 of my favourites!
We practice Babyled Weaning with our kiddos which means they go straight to table food at 6 months old. The ezpz Mini Mat has become a mealtime staple for us! It is dishwasher and microwave safe, has 3 handy built-in “bowls” and suctions to the high chair tray or table.
Learn more about cloth diapers in our Components of Cloth series! This article explains the lining and cloth diaper absorbency that holds in wetness.
I’ve had the opportunity to put this diaper through its paces, in both newborn and one size. This natural fibre all-in-one cloth diaper has become one of the most reached-for in my stash, and this review will explain why.
If you’re confused about when to progress to the next stage of feeding and hoping that your little one will give you some sort of sign that he’s ready for solid food, you’re actually not wrong. Here are 5 visible signs that biology naturally gives us when baby is ready to eat!