When you’re stocking your diaper bag, it’s helpful to do so with items that are friendly to the environment. These practical diaper bag essentials make it possible to reuse your gear and conserve a little each day.
Tag: cloth diapering
New seasons are always a great time to organize your life, clean out closets, and make your lifestyle a little more Eco-friendly. I have 3 young kids and I sometimes feel like I’m always cleaning up after them. I’m working on organizing the playroom and streamlining my kids’ rooms. I’m also trying to get back into regular cloth diapering and I recently updated my stash! It’s pretty easy to use and care for cloth diapers, especially when you get into a regular washing routine.
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I’ve been using cloth diapers for more than 2 years and I love the convenience, savings, and Eco-friendly benefits. But after 2 years of regular daily use, our diaper inserts were looking (and smelling) a bit rank. I’ve heard the smell referred to as a “rotting turnip smell”. I regularly strip our cloth diaper inserts using an ammonia bouncer, but what do I do when that isn’t good enough? I put some elbow grease into the problem and came up with a cloth diaper deep cleaning process that made our cloth diaper inserts practically good as new!
Having a baby can involve a lot of disposable trash. Here are some tips to help minimize your household trash, reduce the clutter and make your new life with a baby a little more Eco-friendly.