GUESS WHO IS SITTING UP??? Well, starting to anyway, it lasts a few seconds. Today he is doing much better at trying to support himself.
No more regular disposables for us! I had thought about cloth diapering before Tyler was born, but it was so expensive to start out so I didn't. For those who don't know though, cloth diapering is not what it used to be. There are really cool "all in one" cloth diapers you just take out the insert and throw them in the washer. One brand is called bum genius, seen here. I am going to use those for backups in case I run out of gdiaper refills before I make it to the store or my automatic online shipment arrives. Anyway, I found gdiapers and they do not require a huge initial investment and they are really cute. I can't wait to get more colors.
Here is some info about gdiapers from the site...
The best of cloth diapers and disposable in one eco-friendly diaper.
gDiapers, which stands for green diapers, consist of a washable, cotton outer little gPant and a plastic-free biodegradable diaper gRefill. They are made of breathable material just like sports clothing. So, babies stay dry and happy and are far less likely to get diaper rash.
Flush, compost or toss.
Can't flush? It's ok to toss our flushable diaper refills because they're plastic-free. Or garden compost the wet ones. They'll break down in 50-150 days. (regular diapers take 500 years!!)