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Using Cloth Diapers - insights, types, tips and stocking up
« on: October 08, 2008, 12:48:41 pm »

if ever na i get preggy again, i'm thinking na i'll stick to cloth diapers na lang. na trauma ako nung nagka rashes yung baby ko nung gumamit siya ng disposables eh.

smart move naman ang gagawin ko if ever di ba

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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2008, 12:22:41 am »

if ever na i get preggy again, i'm thinking na i'll stick to cloth diapers na lang. na trauma ako nung nagka rashes yung baby ko nung gumamit siya ng disposables eh.

smart move naman ang gagawin ko if ever di ba/

tama ka jan mommy sprinkles, ako rin pagkatapos na magpoo2x c baby Josef, cloth diaper na pinapsuot ko para at least makahinga naman yung skin niya :) iwas rashes na rin
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2008, 04:46:00 pm »

if ever na i get preggy again, i'm thinking na i'll stick to cloth diapers na lang. na trauma ako nung nagka rashes yung baby ko nung gumamit siya ng disposables eh.

smart move naman ang gagawin ko if ever di ba/

if using cloth diaper, which is better:  yung gauze type or the birdseye?
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #3 on: December 05, 2008, 07:08:26 pm »

if ever na i get preggy again, i'm thinking na i'll stick to cloth diapers na lang. na trauma ako nung nagka rashes yung baby ko nung gumamit siya ng disposables eh.

smart move naman ang gagawin ko if ever di ba/

if using cloth diaper, which is better:  yung gauze type or the birdseye?
Mommy this will not answer your Q but come to think of this if you are going to use cloth diaper masisira lang yung sleep ni baby so magiging iretable sla o panget ang gising sayang naman ang tulog na mahimbing db.Try to put petroluem jelly na lang before putting diaper.
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #4 on: December 05, 2008, 07:56:00 pm »

for me mas ok ang gauze type kasi presko sa skin ni baby parang nakakahinga ang skin...me from newborn up to 5 months si baby gumamit ng cloth diaper pero pag morning lang...kasi nung mag 6 months na sya tumatagos na wewe niya sa cloth diaper.. ;D
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #5 on: December 05, 2008, 08:01:38 pm »

if ever na i get preggy again, i'm thinking na i'll stick to cloth diapers na lang. na trauma ako nung nagka rashes yung baby ko nung gumamit siya ng disposables eh.

smart move naman ang gagawin ko if ever di ba/

if using cloth diaper, which is better:  yung gauze type or the birdseye?
Mommy this will not answer your Q but come to think of this if you are going to use cloth diaper masisira lang yung sleep ni baby so magiging iretable sla o panget ang gising sayang naman ang tulog na mahimbing db.Try to put petroluem jelly na lang before putting diaper.
i agree with you sis, i only use gauze diapers when baby is awake but during sleeping time, i change his nappies to disposable one para mahaba-haba naman yung sleep niya na uninterrupted :)
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #6 on: December 05, 2008, 08:39:35 pm »

for me mas ok ang gauze type kasi presko sa skin ni baby parang nakakahinga ang skin...me from newborn up to 5 months si baby gumamit ng cloth diaper pero pag morning lang...kasi nung mag 6 months na sya tumatagos na wewe niya sa cloth diaper.. ;D

thanks sis!  yup.. plan ko naman is to use the cloth diaper during mornings pero pag evenings, yung disposable na. ;)
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #7 on: December 07, 2008, 07:33:54 pm »

For cloth diapers, i recommend Chino Pino.  I bought it in SM Department Store at around P350 for 6 pcs.  It has velcro na so no worries na masaktan si baby sa pins or clips.  Kapal pa ng cloth.  It can be used for babies up to 20 lbs.  Hope this helps

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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #8 on: December 07, 2008, 11:17:10 pm »

if ever na i get preggy again, i'm thinking na i'll stick to cloth diapers na lang. na trauma ako nung nagka rashes yung baby ko nung gumamit siya ng disposables eh.

smart move naman ang gagawin ko if ever di ba/

if using cloth diaper, which is better:  yung gauze type or the birdseye?
Mommy this will not answer your Q but come to think of this if you are going to use cloth diaper masisira lang yung sleep ni baby so magiging iretable sla o panget ang gising sayang naman ang tulog na mahimbing db.Try to put petroluem jelly na lang before putting diaper.
i agree with you sis, i only use gauze diapers when baby is awake but during sleeping time, i change his nappies to disposable one para mahaba-haba naman yung sleep niya na uninterrupted :)
agree mommy mai, usually I shift using cloth diaper in the morning, then disposable na in the afternoon when my baby wil have longer sleep then cloth diaper again. For night sleeps disposable talaga pra uninterrupted sleep niya.  Medyo nkkpagod un several changes but so far I never had problem with diaper rash.
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #9 on: January 15, 2009, 02:12:48 pm »

I'm also planning to use cloth diapers.  I got a suggestion from a friend to use disposable diaper liners specially during times na scheduled na magpoopoo si baby.  I have no idea nga lang where to buy them.. They come in rolls daw parang tissue pero ang texture is like the inside of a disposable diaper.  Anyone who has used these liners?
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« Reply #10 on: March 04, 2009, 12:46:58 am »

I'm also planning to use cloth diapers.  I got a suggestion from a friend to use disposable diaper liners specially during times na scheduled na magpoopoo si baby.  I have no idea nga lang where to buy them.. They come in rolls daw parang tissue pero ang texture is like the inside of a disposable diaper.  Anyone who has used these liners?

Mothercare (Shangri-la Mall or Trinoma) sells disposable liners. Meron din ang Pigeon brand, pero sobrang mahal noong sa Pigeon.
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #11 on: March 04, 2009, 12:48:55 am »

Super mahal ang Thirsties, but is it highly recommendable? worth buying? anyone who've tried this diaper cover?
It might sound expensive pero kung iisipin mo, equivalent lang yun ng 7 days' worth of disposable diapers.  Sa huli di hamak na mas mahal ang disposables. 
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #12 on: March 06, 2009, 03:25:10 pm »

i used cloth diapers for my baby  for 2 months, tyagaan talaga..
i bouth diaper covers from enfant, ok naman. hingi tumatagos yung wiwi, before i bought those, naku...tagus tagus ang wiwi and pupu.
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #13 on: March 07, 2009, 03:31:14 am »

i used bird's eye cloth diapers to my two daughters. tapos may nag gift na gauze type ginagamit na lang namin ngayon na pangsapin sa likod for them.
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #14 on: March 07, 2009, 01:25:39 pm »

I'm also planning to use cloth diapers.  I got a suggestion from a friend to use disposable diaper liners specially during times na scheduled na magpoopoo si baby.  I have no idea nga lang where to buy them.. They come in rolls daw parang tissue pero ang texture is like the inside of a disposable diaper.  Anyone who has used these liners?

Mothercare (Shangri-la Mall or Trinoma) sells disposable liners. Meron din ang Pigeon brand, pero sobrang mahal noong sa Pigeon.

Thanks again Rowie!  Will check out Mothercare Trinoma.  BTW, how muck are they? :)
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