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So I am currently feeling highly unprepared to have this little baby show up :)

 

Now I am feeling as if I don't have enough diapering stuff to get through the first few months.

 

Here's what I have

 

a roll of liners

24 prefitted small diapers. I bought them second hand so I am unsure what the weight limit is, and now I'm getting a little worried that I don't have enough tiny stuff for newborns. My son was barely 7lbs and no one in my family has any butt to speak of, so I worry that they might be too big. :)

2 covers

a bunch of plastic pants that I know I'm not going to use but the gal threw them in with the package

 

I am going to buy a bunch of newborn diapers to deal with the first few days of meconium.

 

 

I am considering wipes and diaper solution, as I HATE buying diaper wipes.

tide to wash them with

 

 

Um, am I forgetting anything? Should I buy some prefolds,  just in case? I was going to use them until I came across this deal. Any tips mamas?

 

 

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I would buy more covers- I like to have at least 4-6 newborn sized covers since they poop so much/so many dipe changes per day.For the initial first few weeks I like AIO diapers- this time I bought some Rumparooz, some newborn Grovia's, newborn Tots Bots and newborn Swaddlebee's- I have 2 dozen newborn prefolds and about 8 newborn covers. Then I have next size prefolds and covers and I am thinking of ordering the next size after. Prefolds work well for me because they take less drying time than fitteds (last time I used Kissaluv's newborn fitteds) or AIO's.

 

With mec poop- I've done this on my 5 newborns- I put a barrier cream on (cloth diaper friendly) so when mec comes out it's easier to clean off- and I use a liner for the diaper until poop is no longer mec. Cleaning the mec off  bum with olive or jojoba oil works well.

I also have about 2- 2 1/2 dozen cloth wipes, wipe solution, essential oils etc; and this time I bought a Prince Lionhart warmies wipe warmer- those newborns just don't like their bums washed with cold wipe and I know I don't like getting out of bed to change dipes in the middle of the night so I keep everything close at hand and the wipe warmer should be good. I bought a salt crystal lamp with a dimmer to make those nightime changes easy to see as well.

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I would suggest a cloth diaper friendly detergent.  Check out this link.  I found it very helpful. 

 

http://www.pinstripesandpolkadots.com/detergentchoices.htm

 

I've read that many use Tide without incident but all of the stuff I've read said that you will get longer life out of your cloth diapes if you use a cloth friendly detergent.  Some can be found at your local health food store. 


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Nice list- I've used Country Save for years on dipes but bought Charlies soap on suggestion from local diaper shop to prep my dipes and I see that site says babies can have a reaction to it! Wow, I had better rewash the dipes in Country Save a few more times.

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Lame and un-crunchy as this makes me, I used disposables (7th Generation) with DD until her cord fell off (2-ish weeks).  They were easier to fold down and it was just one less thing for me to learn at that stage. ;)  They were also appropriately tiny.

Then at 2 weeks we started in with prefolds and Bummis covers, newborn size.  I also went super heavy on the barrier cream which made everything much easier.  But that was all...


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Lame and un-crunchy as this makes me, I used disposables (7th Generation) with DD until her cord fell off (2-ish weeks).  They were easier to fold down and it was just one less thing for me to learn at that stage. ;)  They were also appropriately tiny.


Don't feel bad or uncrunchy.  I did the same thing.  Actually I think we were in disposables for the first month.  I was planning to do cloth from the start this time, but I apparently ordered the wrong size prefolds and I can't exchange them.  I'm so irritated about it that I'm just going to use disposables until I can get this baby into those or my FBs.  Luckily I have big babies so that shouldn't be too long.

 


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OP: For the liners do you use them in the meconium stage or use them always? Do many folks use liners all the time? Just curious.


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OP: For the liners do you use them in the meconium stage or use them always? Do many folks use liners all the time? Just curious.

My post got eaten. I think  it's just for the meconium stage and when the baby starts eating solids.

 

I bet another mama with more CD experience might know better :)
 

 


 

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I never used liners, even when my little one was eating solids.  I just sun them to get any stains out.  I can see the draw to using them though!


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Yes, liners for mec stage only. I didn't use liners afterwards.

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I also think you need a few more covers. I have enjoyed a few pocket style diapers for outings and a wet bag to transport them home. I would get a detergent made for cloth diapers.

I did not use wool covers until my third and I love them now. The are very airy in the summer and all you need is a t-shirt to go with them.

Liners are not necessary if you are nursing only once you give the baby solids.

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I use Tide for my cloth diapers and haven't had any issues.  I spent tons of time researching and as soon as I'd hear about something more natural and geared toward cloth diapers, I'd read just as many bad reviews as good.  It seemed that way on every detergent.  I got frustrated and stopped searching and went with Tide since it's convenient.  Anyway, after 2 years, I my cloth diapers are in perfect condition (besides the stupid velcro tabs that I hate).  I think a lot of the success people have with certain detergents has to do with their local water.  We have super hard water here.  

 

Sorry if this is a silly question, when everyone says they use "liners"...what exactly do you mean?  Is this something that you buy (like a disposable liner intended for this purpose) or something you've made on your own?  I'm interested in doing cloth from diaper #1 this go round.


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I didn't use disposable liners- I felt that defeated the purpose of cloth to start with- so I had some silk liners leftover from one baby (with a diapering system I didn't I didn't care for so I didn't mind using these on last 3). I think with one babe we ended up throwing out a kissaluv or 2 because of mec! Something I certainly don't want to repeat! I know there are lots of disposable liners out there- I just wouldn't know which brand to buy.

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Here's a link to some liners.  I agree about velcro tabs.  I can't stand them!


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With DD we bought 1 package of 7th generation disposable diapers for the meconium stage and to give us a little time to get used to having a baby before starting the cloth--not too long since the package lasted for less than 1 week.  Then we did cloth.  We had 36 infant sized prefolds (I just folded them down so they would fit on DD a little bulky but worked fine) and about 8 diaper covers in various brands.  This worked great.  I think that we could have done with 24 prefolds, but would have had to pay attention to make sure we washed before we ran out of diapers.  The infant prefolds lasted until DD was about 4-5 months or so and we simply folded them into 3rds and stuck them in the cover.  After she started moving we started using the snappis.  

 

Also, we have used All Free and Clear since DD was born on diapers and all our laundry.  It has worked fine for us.


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Here's a link to some liners.  I agree about velcro tabs.  I can't stand them!



Funny- I was an Amazon earlier looking for liners since the silk one's are long gone and saw so many choices I got confused! I just want the least amount for least amount of money.

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Nice list- I've used Country Save for years on dipes but bought Charlies soap on suggestion from local diaper shop to prep my dipes and I see that site says babies can have a reaction to it! Wow, I had better rewash the dipes in Country Save a few more times.



Charlies claims they have modified their detergent to eliminate the problem. 


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THis was really helpful for me:

http://www.greenmountaindiapers.com/newmom.htm

Most people say 3 dozen diapers & 6-7 covers is standard to start off with...

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So I ordered more covers and a dozen prefolds. That would give me 3 dozen diapers and six covers. I also discovered I have about 2 dozen doublers too and a couple of pocket diapers (I guess that's what they are)  

 

I will just try out the Tide and see what happens. I've already bought it :)

 


 

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Prefolds and covers are great for the newborn stage!  Hopefully the fitteds work out with the size - if not, you can pick up a couple dozen more prefolds and move into the fitteds as soon as baby is a bit bigger.

 

Someone else mentioned a wet bag, which is a great suggestion.  Also consider a pail liner or a larger wet bag to store dirty dipes in between washes.  Newborn poo washes out and you can sun to remove stains.  As baby gets older, I highly recommend a diaper sprayer.  We didn't use one with our first and now, with our second, I wish we had one the first time around.  As baby grows and starts eating solids, it really helps remove the poo and keep hands clean!  

 

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yep- pail is essential. I actually use a wicker/rattan hamper and have two liner bags that fit. That way on laundry day you can just remove the liner and dipes and replace with new liner when other one is in the wash. I use smaller wetbags in my diaper bag for storing wet/soiled diapers when I'm out.

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Is it me (and it could be me cause I can be super, let's say... frugal sometimes) or are wet bags kind of pricey?

 

I saw large bags on amazon for like 30 bucks and it seemed like a lot for a laundry bag. Is it worth it the expense? I was just gonna use a nylon laundry bag that I've had since college. I bought a small one for on the go purposes, but I couldn't justify 30 bucks for a big bag.


 

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Is it me (and it could be me cause I can be super, let's say... frugal sometimes) or are wet bags kind of pricey?

 

I saw large bags on amazon for like 30 bucks and it seemed like a lot for a laundry bag. Is it worth it the expense? I was just gonna use a nylon laundry bag that I've had since college. I bought a small one for on the go purposes, but I couldn't justify 30 bucks for a big bag.


For laundry, you can also use a diaper pail liner and put it in a regular lidded trash can.  I would recommend a wetbag for outings - something to keep in your diaper bag.  A small wet bag holds 1-2 diapers and the next size up will hold 6-8.  You could get away with a pail liner and a small or medium wet bag.  Though, eventually having two pail liners means rotating them while doing wash.

 


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I spent 50 here and got a free pail liner- it's just as good as the liner I paid for-  http://www.clothdiapersinc.com/

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Yes, liners for mec stage only. I didn't use liners afterwards.


I've never used liners for the mec stage.  It all washes out just fine.  And to be honest, it sticks less to little boy's scrotum when you're using cloth over disposables because cloth doesn't suck out all the moisture.  I had no problem wiping it off him.  The midwife had warned me to put some sort of barrier (diaper cream, lanolin, etc.) on his scrotum or it would be hard to wipe off.  I never did and I never had any problems, but most people use disposables.  

 

For the OP, I prefer 3 dozen diapers since you go through about a dozen a day.  If you only have 2 dozen, you'll be washing every 1.5 days, I like to wash every other day with diapers still available to use while they are washing.  And definitely 4-6 covers since the breastfed poop tends to be explosive and get on the covers.

 

Also, we've used Charlie's for several years now with no problems, actually it's better than anything else we've ever used!  But I know some babies have had reactions.  That being said, I think there will be somebody with a reaction to anything and everything out there.

 


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Is it me (and it could be me cause I can be super, let's say... frugal sometimes) or are wet bags kind of pricey?

 

I saw large bags on amazon for like 30 bucks and it seemed like a lot for a laundry bag. Is it worth it the expense? I was just gonna use a nylon laundry bag that I've had since college. I bought a small one for on the go purposes, but I couldn't justify 30 bucks for a big bag.



I used a nylon one for awhile, and it was fine, but the pail does get stinkier that way.  I found a good pail liner on cottonbabies for much less than $30.  


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I've never paid that much for a wet bag.  I think $20 was the highest price I've ever seen.

http://www.rgnaturalbabies.com/i_156/GroVia-Pail-Liner.htm

 

That's the one I plan on buying to replace my old one that is pretty tattered after 3 years of use.


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Ahh.. I'll keep shopping around then :)


 

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You want to get a pail liner plus 13 gal trash pail with lid or large wetbag for the nursery diapers and 2 smaller wet bags for on the go.  Plus you will want a couple more nice covers.  Good luck!

 

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OP: For the liners do you use them in the meconium stage or use them always? Do many folks use liners all the time? Just curious.



Everyone is different.  Some use them all the time.  Some just for travel or trips out of the house to reduce the poop. Some only for the peanut butter poop transition phase.  We never felt we needed them.

 

Also , we started cloth the day we came home with both our babies. The meconium poop washes just fine.

 

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