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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #15 on: March 09, 2009, 03:35:35 pm »

i'm also very interested in using cloth diapers over disposable diapers.

thanks for information on cloth diapers. the exchanges really help alot moms-to-be like me.  ;D
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #16 on: March 11, 2009, 05:40:51 pm »

hi! newbie here... i hope i can answer some of your questions thru my personal experiences. my baby started using tushy wushy at 3 months. so far, never had a leak problem. medyo madali lang matastas yung velcro. i also have the thirsties diaper cover and it's also very good, no leaks yet. i will be trying happy heinys and bumwear next and try to see if it's ok for nighttime use
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #17 on: March 20, 2009, 01:56:17 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? :)

i bought last month nasa less than P200.00 lang sya. i suggest you try buying happy heinys or bumgenius na one size, check ka lang sa internet for details about these products, may local na nag bebenta dito for the happy heinys, yung bumgenius sa singapore ko pa nabili - online, i have 8 bumgenius and 5 happy heinys (mga 1k each - btw im not selling it) it is a one size diaper from 7lbs to 35 lbs mo sya magagamit... i am using it na, i swear sobrang makakatipid ka, kasi we never buy disposable diaper na talga. i have 2 kids - 3 years old and 5 month old. my diane use the diaper during night lang, kasi sa morning di na sya nag didiaper. si baby ko, he is on diaper... so far, things are good, i am enjoying my cloth diaper. it is so safe for our babies, environment friendly and smart ka pa.. coz you are saving a lot talaga...

anything about cloth diapering, let me know... and i am willing to share and help for smart moms like me.

Thanks mommy foxylady!  I have just given birth last March 17 and I'm starting on cloth diapers today.  I hope I'll be able to get the hang of it and stay away from disposables as much as I can.

I'll surely ask for help in case I have questions.   :)
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #18 on: March 25, 2009, 05:33:05 pm »

kami we use both lampin and disposable diapers. sa morning pagising niya we remove his diaper after magpaaraw then diaper n siya uli after his bath para makatulog then after nun mga 3 pm lampin uli then sa night n uli siya mag diaper.

Minsan lampin lang siya maghapon kasi old fashion si yaya mas gusto niya ilampin si baby para daw presko. kaya matipid po kami sa diapers. ;)
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« Reply #19 on: March 25, 2009, 08:07:38 pm »

nung preggy ko, naisip ko na yung cloth diaper since nabasa ko yung tushy wushy sa multiply, kaso natakot ko na baka mag leak pag nag wiwi at pupu...tapos 1month pa lang baby ko, katabi na namin, so di ko na talaga natry mag cloth diaper kasi baka pumanghi ng bed namin.

mag six months na baby ko, pero am willing na mag cloth diaper kung mas makakasave at kung hindi naman ganun kahirap at kung hindi rin mag leak.
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« Reply #20 on: March 26, 2009, 11:20:08 am »

nung preggy ko, naisip ko na yung cloth diaper since nabasa ko yung tushy wushy sa multiply, kaso natakot ko na baka mag leak pag nag wiwi at pupu...tapos 1month pa lang baby ko, katabi na namin, so di ko na talaga natry mag cloth diaper kasi baka pumanghi ng bed namin.

mag six months na baby ko, pero am willing na mag cloth diaper kung mas makakasave at kung hindi naman ganun kahirap at kung hindi rin mag leak.


Sis kung hindi k matiyaga matrabaho ang lampin unlike sa disposable hindi ko p lang natry yung bago ngaun n mga cloth diapers n parang disposable n din itsura nila kasi mahal din e pero nabasa ko parang hindi yta nagleleak un unlike sa ordinry n lampin. Blik tyo sa lampin, un ngalng po medyo hassle din ang lampin kasi misan mababasa yung bed at unan dapat laging ready yung plastic mats mo. Tsaka pagkarga mo si baby for sure basa k din sa wiwi niya palit k p ng damit.

Pero ako ok lang kasi yung skin ni baby ko medyo sensitive kaya hindi puwede 24 hrs n disposable nappies kaya alternate kami s lampin. medyo tipid din po sa disposable nappies pero hindi sa labahin. ;D
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« Reply #21 on: March 26, 2009, 09:20:46 pm »

nung preggy ko, naisip ko na yung cloth diaper since nabasa ko yung tushy wushy sa multiply, kaso natakot ko na baka mag leak pag nag wiwi at pupu...tapos 1month pa lang baby ko, katabi na namin, so di ko na talaga natry mag cloth diaper kasi baka pumanghi ng bed namin.

mag six months na baby ko, pero am willing na mag cloth diaper kung mas makakasave at kung hindi naman ganun kahirap at kung hindi rin mag leak.


Sis kung hindi k matiyaga matrabaho ang lampin unlike sa disposable hindi ko p lang natry yung bago ngaun n mga cloth diapers n parang disposable n din itsura nila kasi mahal din e pero nabasa ko parang hindi yta nagleleak un unlike sa ordinry n lampin. Blik tyo sa lampin, un ngalng po medyo hassle din ang lampin kasi misan mababasa yung bed at unan dapat laging ready yung plastic mats mo. Tsaka pagkarga mo si baby for sure basa k din sa wiwi niya palit k p ng damit.

Pero ako ok lang kasi yung skin ni baby ko medyo sensitive kaya hindi puwede 24 hrs n disposable nappies kaya alternate kami s lampin. medyo tipid din po sa disposable nappies pero hindi sa labahin. ;D

yun nga din isip ko e, once a week pa naman laba dito sa house, try ko na lang siguro pag weekend, at least maka-save kahit konti..hehe!
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« Reply #22 on: April 04, 2009, 10:54:25 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/
i used birdseye..mganda sya lalu ngayong summer mainit! :D
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« Reply #23 on: April 07, 2009, 06:31:23 pm »

nung 1st 3 months ni baby... cloth diapers lang talaga ang ginamit ko... kc he often poo and pee that time eh... sayang din kc s diaper... hehe... pero now i used disposable na and pag sometime cloth diaper ang gamit ko para makahinga yung skin niya ;D
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« Reply #24 on: April 13, 2009, 05:45:55 pm »

i used birdseye..mganda sya lalu ngayong summer mainit! :D

hi china_girl, ask ko lang sana yung cost ng birdseye na diaper cover, ska san po siya available.. kc im plannning to use diaper cloth for my upcoming baby e,  :) TIA.
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« Reply #25 on: April 14, 2009, 06:42:13 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/

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

same here sis.. magkatpos pupu ni bebe cloth diaper n siya.. sobrng init din kc nw pra mkcngaw npahinga p yung skin niya.. at d same time nkatipd p db.. mdming benefits..hehhe
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« Reply #26 on: April 15, 2009, 10:25:00 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?

They're available in Mothercare.
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« Reply #27 on: April 30, 2009, 09:02:39 pm »

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« Reply #28 on: October 13, 2009, 01:57:08 pm »

Cloth diapers din gamit ko for baby during the day and sa gabi lang siya nagd disposable diapers para hindi ma disturb yung sleep niya. Kawawa naman kasi baby pag magka rashes niya. Naranasan ko na un,. Iyak siya ng iyak. Ginagawa ko sa morning cloth diapers lang tapos panty na plastic yung loob. Para hindi na kailangan ng rubbermat sa likod ni baby. Mainit kasi un e. Tapos kahit buhat buhat mo si baby and nagwiwi e hindi mo maramdaman yung basa. So mas ok siya.
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« Reply #29 on: October 27, 2009, 07:47:00 am »

My baby is turning 3 months next year but I still prefer using cloth diapers during daytime to prevent rashes and mainit kasi sa araw. yung tita ng husband ko who works in America bought Aidan cloth diapers from gerber. Rectangular shape siya tapos may hat sa gitna na may gauza yata. SO madali lang siyang gamitin and para siyang diaper talaga. Kaya siya hanggang 3 wee-wee. :)   
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