Not sure if anyone on this group is interested, but I just started a group about cloth diapering. It's in the parenting section. I'm hoping I'll be able to figure out cloth diapers to use with my little girl!
I'd love to hear your replies to what I posted on the cloth diaper discussion board! It's hard to find women who have used them already and I'm always looking for good tips!!
I ordered 4 fuzzibunz covers and 1 gdiaper cover Sunday night. I had emails yesterday that they were shipped out, so I'm really looking forward to getting them! I already have about 25 prefolds (half Gerber, half unbleached, organic cotton), but I would like to get a few more of those, hopefully in a little smaller size for when my little girl is younger. The ones I have now (especially the organic ones I got) seem too huge!
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