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8 Responses to The Ultimate Cloth Diapering Shopping List

  1. Brett  

    Really great post Melissa. My family is also “inclined toward all things crunchy!”

  2. Shannon R  

    This really is the ultimate list! I am definitely adding the things I don’t already have to my wish list. Great post.

  3. Adrienne

    What a great list! I was just wondering today, and maybe you know– are there any other options besides pins or Snappis for securing prefolds? I love prefolds, am scared of pins, and am getting sick of how often I bust my Snappis.

    • Melissa K.  

      Adrienne, I have never used them under a diaper cover, just for EC, but there is also the prefold belt option. If you look under giveaways here on NPN, or go to my site you can see what they look like. I bet they would work fine under a generously sized cover – especially something like wool or fleece! I would love to see more options, too, but I don’t know of any others. Business idea? 😉

  4. Rosemary  

    This is great! So thorough. My daughter’s got a sweet curvy bum, then add the cloth diaper on top of that and her chubby belly, and there are about 2 pairs of pants on this planet that fit her. The waist is way too tight & the legs way too long. Leggings it is! We live in onesies & leggings all the time. 🙂

    As far as diaper rash goes, if you breastfeed, breastmilk is amazing for a sore bum! I’ve found it to work even better than the creams. And I always have it on me when I’m changing her. No pun intended… 😉

  5. Nora

    Impressive…this looks like a VERY complete list. Super!

  6. Zoie @ TouchstoneZ  

    Thank you for creating this comprehensive list. It’s one of those to easily print out as a checklist for first-timers in the art of cloth diapering.

  7. tinsenpup  

    We love knitted woolen leg warmers. They’re so soft and warm. They’re also great to wear as another layer over or under pants or when pants are starting to get just a little short.