Cloth diapering

How cute are these ? These are newborn cloth diapers ! Moses and I decided we wanted to cloth diaper (at least try LOL). I truly don’t want to fill Mother Earth with more poopy disposable diapers. Now I know cloth diapering isn’t for everyone. However I’m super excited to do it. These diapers are second hand from a baby consignment store. I know what your thinking!! GROSS!! honestly. We wash everything before we put it on our baby right ? So these will be washed before they touch my baby’s skin. Once he’s out of the newborn stage I want to switch to diaper covers and prefold inserts. We not only are cloth diapering to prevent more trash in the world. But financial reasons as well. By the time your child is potty trained you can spend up to $3000 on disposable diapers and disposable wipes. With cloth diapering you can start for as little as $200. The difference is…. the cloth diapering system is an initial investment upfront, and disposables you buy over time. However look at how much your saving !!! And with diaper covers you can use up to 4 diaper changes if it doesn’t get soiled, just changing the prefold insert. Where as in all-in-one cloth diaper you have to change every single time which could end up costing you a little more in cloth diapers. But hey ! Who knows what will work for us. I may love all-in-one diapers. I’m just looking to start with covers and see if I like those first. However as a disclaimer the newborn diapers shown above are all-in-one diapers. I bought these before actually doing research (LOL BIG MISTAKE DONT DO THAT !! especially if your cloth diapering for financial reasons). We are still going to try them and see how they work. All in all, we are super stoked. I can’t wait to update you on how cloth diapering works for our family once our baby comes into the world! Click the link below to see the consignment store haul where I got the newborn diapers and a bunch of other cool baby stuff.

Baby Consignment Store Haul and Newborn Cloth Diapers