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    A laundromat wouldn't be SO bad without kids in tow. It's bringing those little rugrats that gets troublesome.

    I was so disappointed when DD potty trained because DH FINALLY put up a clothesline a month or two prior. I wished I'd had it for the whole of cloth diapering!
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    Hey you can't be TOO upset that your dd potty trained!! But yes, the clothes line would have been awesome for cloth diapering.

    Actually the laundromat isn't too bad with kids in tow. They have a little kid area with bean bags and such at ours, and the kids can sit and read and color. My middle ones love to help me with putting the coins and the clothes in the machines and such. I always sort everything before I go, so it's easy once I'm there... And I'm spoiled... DH goes much of the time!!!
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    I've really been thinking about using cloth diapers. Any info would be helpful!!! Where can u get them??
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    Quote Originally Posted by StarShine65712 View Post
    I've really been thinking about using cloth diapers. Any info would be helpful!!! Where can u get them??
    We actually have a cloth diapering store in town, or you can order online. I've heard places like Target in some states are carrying them...or was that Walmart? If you PM me your area Star I can do some research for you. I know people also buy them on ebay sometimes!
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    I bought quite a few of mine at Cloth Diapers Store - Cloth Diapers & Cloth Diaper Covers by bumGenius, Fuzzi bunz, Thirsties and GroVia. They have sales and giveaways on their Facebook page too!
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    Ooooh, they have TotsBots. They are my current addiction. They are awesome because the insert is attached so you don't have to match inserts with pockets (DH hates that part) and they also come in GREAT prints. I need the new London print!

    NEW Tots Bots Easy Fit Hook & Loop
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    [QUOTE=Heatherbella;9014084]Ooooh, they have TotsBots. They are my current addiction. They are awesome because the insert is attached so you don't have to match inserts with pockets (DH hates that part) and they also come in GREAT prints. I need the new London print!

    Yay! I'm a cloth diaper addict too!! I started when DS was about two and started DD2 the day she was born. I've only bought one small pack of diapers in the last 20 months. I love TotsBots too. It was the first thing I noticed in your picture. I only have 1 and it's the same apple print that you have.

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    I wish I was a big enough person to cloth diaper. The covers are so dang cute!!!
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    Cloth Diapering is not as hard or scary as most people think!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Momma Leah View Post
    Cloth Diapering is not as hard or scary as most people think!
    So easy! I love how you aren't throwing your money away buying garbage. If we used disposables we'd have to also buy garbage tags as we'd be over the weekly limit for garbage in our municipality. I also love how you never have to run out to the store late at night to pick up more diapers...just throw them in the wash!
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    Kennedy - b. 01.26.10 after 15 cycles of TTC
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