Due to some life situations, I need to take a cloth diapering break. DS is nearly 3, working on potty learning (but not even close to getting it, at this point). In the past, we've tried Seventh Generation, Earth's Best and Nature Babycare when we've had to use them. I'm looking for something that's the most environmentally friendly plus with the least offensive ingredients for my son's health. Since we've really been a cloth diapering family this whole time, I'm forgetting what I really need to be looking out for!
Well Tushies are probably the most eco-friendly sposie, but I HATED them. If its only for a few days that your taking a break then I'd go with them, but if its like a month, then I'm thinking maybe Nature Babycare. I have a friend who uses them on her son who is about the same age, and she likes them.
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