My kids have never known anything but cloth diapers.
My husband and I have officially changed cloth diapers for approximately 925 days straight. Wait a sec. Back up. Say what??!
Can hardly believe this little guy just passed the eight month mark!
I know I know. That’s tons of poo. Yes, yes it is. I guess that makes me semi-expert on the subject, or at least I’m gonna give it a go today since the two of us have learned a thing or two about quality, wear, laundering, and best-practice tips to make cloth diapering work. Since we’ve now wrapped two newborn bums in fluff, I know which diapers to avoid and which brand to recommend to other parents.
These are my favorite newborn cloth diapers.
These diapers are simply the best newborn cloth diapers, the ones that are built to last, keep even the worst blowouts from actually blowing out, and fit small tushies best. If you want to know how many you’ll need, check out this post. The number you use may vary, however, depending on how often you want to launder cloth diapers. Learn how to use each type of cloth diaper here.
Thirsties Diaper Covers in XS Double gussets keep even the runniest poo under wraps.
Bummis Super Whisper Wrap Cover Extremely durable.
Cotton Prefold Diapers Save cash and choose the 12.5×13.5″ infant size prefolds. Here’s why.
Fitted diapers Nighttime changes made easier. Mine are mom-made and hard to find, but Kissaluvs (pictured) makes a very well-loved fitted diaper I can’t wait to try with my next child, God willing!
Very Baby All-in-Ones *It looks like they now only sell diaper fabric and patterns, not pre-made CDs. Rumparooz Lil Joeys (pictured) is another highly recommended newborn all-in-one, though I don’t have any personal experience with it.
Sunbaby One-Size Diapers Of all my one-size diapers, these fit first. They’re trim and slim-cut to fit snugly over even week-old legs.
Spill it! What are your favorite newborn cloth diapers. Share below in the comments!
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