Cloth diapers

Before T was born, we bought a number of cloth diapers to try out simply because it’s more environmental friendly than disposables. However, we never managed to try it on T after she was born as she was way too tiny to fit in the cloth diapers which were too big and bulky!

Today, after 5 months… T could finally fit in one.

10 minutes after wearing, T pooped in it! Ugh….it sure ain’t fun to clean up poop from a cloth diaper.

It’s also quite thick and bulky which I think made her quite irritated especially in this hot weather. She is so used to wearing thin disposable diapers.

But the cloth diapers definitely look adorable on her. I will still be using disposable diapers at night and at day care, so I guess the cloth diapers will only be for weekend use…

Cloth diapers from Bamboolite, Adora and a couple of non branded ones. Bamboolite ones are the thickest and most pricey but supposedly most absorbent.

2 thoughts on “Cloth diapers

  1. Yay cloth! I first thought that my little didn’t like the bulk of the cloth diapers either, but when we have her in the disposables (overnight) I notice a definite increase in skin irritation. I haven’t yet had any issues with cleaning up poop because she is EBF and breast milk poop is water soluble and can be placed directly into the wash. I’ve got another 3 months or so until I have to worry about solid food poop – oh the joys!

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    • T is EBF too, but I still find her poop messy and yucky to handle especially when she has a poonami after not pooping for 2 days ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ So not looking forward to solid food poop!
      I only use Merries and Huggies disposable diapers for overnight use as they don’t cause skin irritation on T. Would probably take some time getting used to cloth diapering now especially doing the laundry part, lol

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