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#61 of 122 Old 09-21-2011, 12:47 PM
 
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Do you all just stop using any softeners with your own laundry while you are cloth diapering?

We don't use any fabric softeners.  Just wool balls to throw the clothes around.
 

 


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We don't use any fabric softeners.  Just wool balls to throw the clothes around.
 

 


we don't either.  and we usually forget or lose the balls between the loads of clothes.  very rarely, i'll use ecover, if there's something that is begging for it (or, say, if we have house guests that we want to impress with soft towels or something), but in general, i don't like my laundry smelling.

 

with dipes, i always use vinegar to soften them up.

 

i find that since giving up the softener a few years ago, i don't miss it at all, except when we hang our stuff out on the line.  if there's no breeze, the stuff can get kind of crunchy.

 


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Regarding the newborn phase, for myself the concession I have made is to have a pack of eco-friendly disposables on hand too.  Granted, I am sure the moms will be around plenty to help with laundry and such... any little thing that can be done to make life a little less stressful in this transition into mom-hood, I am sure my future self will thank me for thinking of now!

 

Why is cloth diapering so mind boggling to dive into?? I am planning to buy some fitteds as well as prefolds, hoping that the fitteds can be used whenever baby is having "explosive" issues.  Are these uncontainable poops more often in the newborn phase, or longer than that? Also, has anyone seen any gender neutral covers that are more exciting than just white?  How many newborn size covers did you all buy?


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I agree on the disposable diaper front... There's no way I'm going to be able to go full hog on the cloth diapers.  I'm also considering splurging on a couple of AIOs if people chip in and contribute to our diapering fund.

 

element2012 - I'm in love with all the covers on this site: http://www.greenmountaindiapers.com/covers.htm  Hope you like 'em!


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Are these uncontainable poops more often in the newborn phase, or longer than that? Also, has anyone seen any gender neutral covers that are more exciting than just white?  How many newborn size covers did you all buy?

Blow-outs.  I've *never* had one happen in cloth.  EVER.  I think it's a disposable issue because the diaper can't absorb that much that fast.  And when my daughter was in disposables we had plenty of 'em!

 

White covers.  I use proraps and they're all white.  My theory is this: it just holds in poo, no need to be pretty.

 

NB covers.  I borrowed a few from a friend and had a few of my own.  I'd say there were about 6-8 and they literally lasted 1-2 weeks.  My son was 8.12 so not huge and the NB stuff was just too small for him.  If you think your kid will be smaller than you might need more.  The good thing about PUL is that you can reuse wet covers until they get poo on them...the same can't be said for fleece as it holds in the urine smell until washed.  Wool is a bit better, but I still smell the urine.

 

Don't forget that CDing doesn't have to be all or nothing.  It's seriously ok to use a disposable whenever you want.  We use them at night because I want 12 uninterrupted hours.  My theory is that each cloth dipe I use is one less in a landfill...and I'm good with that.
 

 


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element2012 - I'm in love with all the covers on this site: http://www.greenmountaindiapers.com/covers.htm  Hope you like 'em!


Funny you mention Green Mountain, because as soon as I posted earlier I spent a good hour looking over their covers and prefolds.  I A-D-O-R-E quite a few of those covers.

 

AfricanQueen, thanks for sharing your diaper blowout knowledge!  I think I will just start with a bunch of prefolds then...


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Aren't they the coolest???  I'm totally sold on that company... I only wish their website was easier to use because I tried adding stuff to MyRegistry and it was a nightmare.  I ended up setting up a group gift card for a diapering fund instead.  Happy shopping!


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We have had two diaper blowouts in cloth that I can recall... 2 in 2 years is really not bad.  One of them was because the cover wasn't on right (babysitters) and the other one was just a really, really, really massive breastmilk poo.  No diaper could have contained that.  :P

 

Green Mountain Diapers:  I love love love their pictures of different babies actually wearing the different diapers.

 


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Doctor made a side comment today about thinking about tying my tubes after this pregnancy which upset me probably more than it should and I snapped at him. Think I scared him!

 


I would go CRAZY on my doctor if this came out of her mouth.  Nuts.  I was annoyed enough at my hospital based midwives for the non-stop birth control talk at the end of my pregnancy/post birth checkups.  Every. Single. Visit. Seriously?

 

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I just bought a huge bag of newborn clothes -- probably close to 100 pieces -- for 25 bucks. I was really proud of myself until I looked through all of it and realized how SMALL the newborn size is. Wah wah!!2whistle.gif I wonder how long my babe will fit into these teeny tiny pieces (DH is 6'4"). I'll pass on the love and sell them cheap to the next person.


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I just bought a huge bag of newborn clothes -- probably close to 100 pieces -- for 25 bucks. I was really proud of myself until I looked through all of it and realized how SMALL the newborn size is. Wah wah!!2whistle.gif I wonder how long my babe will fit into these teeny tiny pieces (DH is 6'4"). I'll pass on the love and sell them cheap to the next person.



You might be really surprised...I remember looking at the newborn clothes and thinking that no baby could possibly be this small.  The clothes I took to the hospital ended up being huge on my 7lb 7 z DS and our first outing with the baby was to go buy more of the cheap gerber onsies because they were the only things small enough to fit him!  Even if they don't wear them for long, it is helpful to have a lot....seemed like we were changing clothes every 2 hours!  :)

 

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Heh... exactly what juneboymum said. Even if it's a bit of overkill, 100 pieces for $25 is still wonderful-- your baby might never wear some of it, but you'll have enough to choose from that you won't have to be doing laundry every 12 hours.

 

My son was a "big" newborn at 9 lbs even, and you can see in this picture that he was pretty much floating in the 0-3 onesie we took him home in:

 

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Thanks, women! I appreciate the support. And I hadn't thought about the "you'll do less laundry" angle. thumb.gif


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And so it begins...

I was up last night for a good hour with two of the worst charley horse cramps known to man. That part of pregnancy suuuucks!

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Oh no!!  That does NOT sound like fun... I've had a couple of leg cramps but nothing that awful-sounding... Ugh, I hope they leave you alone!!


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oh no!  leg cramps are the worst!!!  i'm sure you're drinking enough and getting enough calcium, right?  i was surprised to learn this go-around that carbonated drinks draw calcium from your body, so i stopped drinking seltzer water (which was my official beverage of the first trimester).

 

i always hate it in the midst of a wake-you-up cramp, when i can never remember whether you're supposed to flex or point your foot.  both of them hurt.  i'm half-awake, in terrible pain, and i can't remember how to make it stop.  gah.

 

i'm so sorry.  you don't need that!


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And so it begins...

I was up last night for a good hour with two of the worst charley horse cramps known to man. That part of pregnancy suuuucks!


Ugh. I had a terrible one the night before last in my left calf.

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That's it, HCM, they wake you up and you're not sure if you're up or dreaming and the pain won't go away and all positions hurt. Ugh!

I'm still drinking soda. :anonymous: I just tell myself it's better than crack so I don't feel guilty about it!

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Don't forget magnesium & potassium, too. Especially if you're drinking soda, it leaches all of them from your body.
 

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I was up last night for a good hour with two of the worst charley horse cramps known to man. That part of pregnancy suuuucks!


 


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is anyone else experiencing the random limbs flung up into their ribs?

 

My god, my little one has been stuck in my rib for 12+ hours today and it is such an awful feeling!!


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I haven't been on this group in ages. nice to see a chat going :)

 

I've been super busy with Homeschooling my 5yo, running a WAH business and just the normal everyday stuff. Also sewing baby things, diapers etc and knitting bean's woolie stash. 

 

I have been eating a little too much Chipotle though and need to force myself to stay away, but it's so good... lol. 


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Today is my 2 year old's birthday.  He's such a big kid now... as ambivalent as I have sometimes felt about this pregnancy, I look at him and I know it's going to be all right, because if his brother is half as great as he is, he's going to be pretty wonderful.

 

I have a repeat ultrasound today.  Nothing big-- my doctor just didn't get a clear visualization of his heart (what she saw looked good, but he kept moving so she kept getting just a sideways view of it or something) and also, he didn't have an inflated stomach bubble which can sometimes indicate a problem.  I haven't been stressing about it at all, but now that it's the day of, now I kind of am.  My in-laws are coming with us to the scan (they're in town for my older son's birthday) and I really don't want to receive bad news in front of them.  Urgle.


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happy birthday to your little guy, coldandsleepy!  i hope you have a great day with your ILs.  i think two is a really fun age, and it's sweet hearing how your love for your son encourages you with thoughts of your new little guy.

 

good luck with the ultrasound, too.  i also have to have a repeat ultrasound on friday, cause we couldn't get a bunch of images the first time around, and i agree that while it's simple to put it out of mind when the appointment is far off, the closer i get, the more nervous i feel.  fingers crossed that everything is ok with your babe!


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Happy birthday, little coldandsleepy!

Thank you for mentioning your occasional ambivalence. I'm still there and I can't seem to snap out of it. I'm guessing that's more common with subsequent pregnancies (as opposed to the first timers), but it also helps to imagine how my awesome kids will take in another to our little clan. I still feel *very* guilty about stealing the baby-dom away from my youngest.

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chilichiki,  I'm having the random rib thing but not for that long.  Just pokes and kicks to the lowest ones for a few moments.  I never had that with my son.... and for some reason I was feeling it was too early for the little one to be reaching up that far, but so it is!  I feel like I am carrying much higher than with my son.  It definitely is a weird thing!

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Holy crud!  November DDC has two births already!  bigeyes.gif  I'm not ready...need more time.


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Today is my 2 year old's birthday.  He's such a big kid now... as ambivalent as I have sometimes felt about this pregnancy, I look at him and I know it's going to be all right, because if his brother is half as great as he is, he's going to be pretty wonderful.

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Happy birthday, little coldandsleepy!

Thank you for mentioning your occasional ambivalence. I'm still there and I can't seem to snap out of it. I'm guessing that's more common with subsequent pregnancies (as opposed to the first timers), but it also helps to imagine how my awesome kids will take in another to our little clan. I still feel *very* guilty about stealing the baby-dom away from my youngest.


I'm having some of this too.  When people look right at my belly and ask how we're doing I automatically answer with news about Rocket, they have to prod to get pregnancy info out of me, I just don't think of it.  When I have those forehead smacking 'Oh, yeah, AND I'm pregnant" moments I feel like a huge jerk.  We're really excited about this baby, just so busy with a toddler that it isn't at the front of my brain I guess.  With the first one we were obsessed with the belly.  We're still obsessed with him.  I know when the new one is out he'll be just as enchanting, but for now "out of sight, out of mind" I guess.  I'm a little less ambivalent now that he's moving around more!

 

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Holy crud!  November DDC has two births already!  bigeyes.gif  I'm not ready...need more time.



YIKES!  nut.gif  I can't even imagine.  We're looking at moving in November, maybe as late as early December.  If our Jan 8th Bean comes that early my brain will explode!

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Not yet, but this baby is still pretty low (all of her many kicks and movements are just above my pelvis or even it in).

 

Last time around 34 weeks, though, my son was up against my ribs for several days. The first night I survived but did not sleep. The next day I was throwing up every few hours from the pain. Luckily, he decided to move somewhere less unpleasant after a few days, but not before I had been to the hospital (it was a Sunday) and then my doctor's office (the next day), but they couldn't really help. I was given some paracetamol for the pain, but I threw it up. greensad.gif

 

Wow, that sounded kind of depressing, but the pregnancy was otherwise just fine. I have never heard of a similar experience from anyone else, so maybe I just have a low pain threshold.

 

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My god, my little one has been stuck in my rib for 12+ hours today and it is such an awful feeling!!



 


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