This is Part 1 of a 4 part series entitled: Green Ninja's Diaper Routine
Our diaper stash is made of a variety of brands and types of diapers. This is the result of trying out different diapers to figure out what works. Although we did end up with some diapers that didn't work for us (now used as our back-up diapers), we were able to find a great rotation of diapers that suited our needs.
This is the introduction to a 4 part series entitled: Green Ninja's Diaper Routine
Cloth diapering, although much easier then it was when we were babies, does take some getting used to. Organization and preparation are essential, but once you get the hang of it, it becomes part of your daily routine. At the end of the day, the extra time and effort is nothing compared to the benefits to your baby and the environment.
This is part 2 of a 2 part series. Stripping Diapers: Part 1 is available here.
In part 1 of this post, I talked about using hot water to strip your diapers. Although this method works well for detergent and urine residue, there are other sources of residue and sometimes hot water just doesn't cut it.
This is part 1 of a 2 part series. Stripping Diapers: Part 2 is available here.
I get asked about stripping diapers more than anything else. This question usually comes in the form of, “My clean diapers stink! What do I do?” or “Why are my diapers leaking after 20 minutes?”
Green Ninja has changed. We are growing. We have shed our skin. And now that we're finally able to show off our new home, we felt it was important to give everyone some insight into where we stand, and where we are going.