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    Disposables. I thought about going the cloth route with my first but my DH was not on board and he felt the same way about washing diapers in the same washer as our clothes.
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    Cloth. We did it with DS and will do it with this LO also.
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    Jana I'm practically drooling over your stash. Major steal on the "girly" dipes!

    Can you tell I love cloth? A baby is adorable in the first place, but then you put all those cute patterns on them =)

    Caitlin what cloth do you prefer?

    For everyone grossed out by washing cloth in the same washer as your clothes, I get that. Something to think about, When you babies/kids have a blow out, do you throw away the whole garment or do you spray it off and treat it and wash it? That's what got me over that last roadblock to cloth. (And I tell you what, my son's BMs now during toilet training are WAY worse than his BMs when he was a baby. All those yucky underpants get sprayed, treated, and right into the laundry.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by selosmini View Post
    Jana I'm practically drooling over your stash. Major steal on the "girly" dipes!

    Can you tell I love cloth? A baby is adorable in the first place, but then you put all those cute patterns on them =)

    Caitlin what cloth do you prefer?

    For everyone grossed out by washing cloth in the same washer as your clothes, I get that. Something to think about, When you babies/kids have a blow out, do you throw away the whole garment or do you spray it off and treat it and wash it? That's what got me over that last roadblock to cloth. (And I tell you what, my son's BMs now during toilet training are WAY worse than his BMs when he was a baby. All those yucky underpants get sprayed, treated, and right into the laundry.)
    I know it is weird! I am grossed out by the pee soaked and poop!! My kids never had any accidents after they were potty trained. I didn't potty train per say....I let them decide when they were ready because I didn't want to "train" myself to take them to the bathroom every 30 min. I always offered the toilet, but didn't push it if not interested. Both of my kids were potty trained at 3yo when they both said "I'm done with diapers". They also were old enough bladder maturity wise to hold it for longer periods of time. I am lazy and actually liked diapers for the convenience factor. Boys are easy in public restrooms,girls not so much....she has to touch everything climbing on toilet. Miss independent will not allow help!!! My 4 yo still pees at night so she wears a pullup at night. I have HE washer and dryer. If I had a traditional washer that could soak, I would probably feel different.
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    For the whole "gross-out" reason I'm using some sort of liners, probably cheapie fleece, specifically so I can throw away poop and not have to wash poopy dipes. I'm also thinking about some of the liners that are "flush friendly" so I can just dump it all in the toilet and I'm only left with a pee dipe to wash and nothing extra in the trashcan. This is especially true since we have to formula feed. Formula poop is much more gross IMO than EBF poop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by selosmini View Post
    Jana I'm practically drooling over your stash. Major steal on the "girly" dipes!

    Can you tell I love cloth? A baby is adorable in the first place, but then you put all those cute patterns on them =)

    Caitlin what cloth do you prefer?

    For everyone grossed out by washing cloth in the same washer as your clothes, I get that. Something to think about, When you babies/kids have a blow out, do you throw away the whole garment or do you spray it off and treat it and wash it? That's what got me over that last roadblock to cloth. (And I tell you what, my son's BMs now during toilet training are WAY worse than his BMs when he was a baby. All those yucky underpants get sprayed, treated, and right into the laundry.)
    I know it is weird! I am grossed out by the pee soaked and poop!! My kids never had any accidents after they were potty trained. I didn't potty train per say....I let them decide when they were ready because I didn't want to "train" myself to take them to the bathroom every 30 min. I always offered the toilet, but didn't push it if not interested. Both of my kids were potty trained at 3yo when they both said "I'm done with diapers". They also were old enough bladder maturity wise to hold it for longer periods of time. I am lazy and actually liked diapers for the convenience factor. Boys are easy in public restrooms,girls not so much....she has to touch everything climbing on toilet. Miss independent will not allow help!!! My 4 yo still pees at night so she wears a pullup at night. I have HE washer and dryer. If I had a traditional washer that could soak, I would probably feel different.
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