Setting up your diaper changing table with only the important stuff and being prepared for anything will make diaper changes simple, fast, and calm. Here’s what you’ll really need: Diaper Changing Table Checklist Essential #1: Disposable Diaper Inserts Obviously. Ha! Stackable and thin, they won’t take up much room. Essential #2: Baby wipes Disposable or cloth, store-bought or handmade ones like Marley's Monsters. Tip: Remember the oodles of baby washcloths and bibs from your baby shower? Reuse them as wipes! Grab a spray bottle of homemade baby wipe solution, and you’re set. Essential #3: Extra pouches To switch out in case the...
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Whether you’re a seasoned camper or a beginner, camping with your little one can be lots of fun. (Really!) gMum Michelle has some advice on breathing easy and letting everyone have a good time: What motivates you to bring your son camping? One of my biggest dreams for my son is that he continues to love the outdoors like his father, especially when I see so many children addicted to iPads, video games, and television. My favorite part about camping with my son is that it's stress-free, so we have quality time together where I don't have to worry about...
Diaper rash is a pain—for everyone. And finding the right remedies is a lot of guesswork. But the answer may not be to change your baby more often (though that’s certainly the first thing to try). Here are three more things to consider: Latex sensitivity: gDiapers are latex-free and have become a great solution for babies with latex allergies. We discovered when our daughter was 8 months old that she has a latex sensitivity. We began buying latex-free diapers, which are hard to find and VERY expensive. I took our issue to a Facebook moms group, and one mom offered...
Jess and James have been rolling along happily, riding the gentle waves in a Mexican marina with their baby girl, Rocket. In our last post, Jess walked us through her innovative wash routine involving buckets and elbow grease, because even though space and fresh water is limited when you live on a boat, Jess and James see no reason that they can’t parent – and diaper – in the way that best suits their lifestyle.
Carrie, Cooper and big sister, Hattie, have recently welcomed a brand new adventurer to the family! Baby Hobbes arrived fashionably early, a week ahead of schedule. Just as Cooper was readying to set out with a friend for the inaugural day of hunting season, Carrie’s water broke. It was game on, (just not the game that Cooper had intended for the day!).
Hobbes’ brand new bum has been comfortably covered with the newborn gPants since day one. And though it’s too cold now to compost, the disposable inserts are flushable, which means with 6-8 changes a day (or a package a week), the garbage can isn’t overflowing.
So you’re strolling down the beach. You lean down to scoop up a perfect sand dollar and oh oh EW! There’s a discarded disposable diaper laying on the sand right next to it! Blech! Vacation time doesn’t mean we need to resort to making more garbage. Abby of Baby Bird’s Farm guest blogs for us about traveling with gDiapers and cloth diapers, cause hey, we think there should be more sand dollars and less diapers left on beaches.
Traveling with Cloth Diapers or Hybrid Diapers?
My family and I just enjoyed a quick family trip out of town. It is getting to be summer and a great time for traveling and visiting family. I imagine others will be planning summer travel soon and wanted to share some tips on how to travel with cloth or hybrid diapers. Traveling with hybrid diapers is super convenient, and with these tips, traveling with cloth diapers may be easier than you think.