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Author Topic: Using Cloth Diapers - insights, types, tips and stocking up  (Read 169257 times)

rodcielle_07

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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #165 on: February 15, 2012, 03:05:54 pm »

Angeldust:
haha ganyan din ako nung una :D as in dami ko nakikita noon na cloth diaper eh wapakels ako.. di ko pinapansin.. nagyon naman eh we are starting exclusively using cloth diaper for my 1 yr old son at dahil preggy ulit ko eh pati sya magccloth diaper na paglabas heheh.. :)

if you want to know more.. join FB Group Modern Cloth Nappying Pinays.. dun lang ako natuto about cloth diapering and of course research reserach na din about cloth diaper reviews and nood ng youtube :)
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« Reply #166 on: February 15, 2012, 09:02:08 pm »

IamManet! Sister! Ang tagal bago mo nilabhan ang bjc mo ha! Hahaha :)
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #167 on: February 15, 2012, 09:33:41 pm »

ako din gamit ko ngyon yon alva sa umaga,pag gamit o nagpapalit ako nilalabhan ko agad para matuyo at di maipon..,then sa gabi na lang yon disposable..
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #168 on: February 15, 2012, 11:58:42 pm »

kathon hahaha e kasi naman ang tagal ko pinag isipan kung papagamit ko pa ba o hindi na, e baka pag ipinamigay ko naman , mabwisit yung pagbibigyan ko, baka kako mapangitan lang. ni-check ko ulit , inalis ko yung inserts, kapag pala wala yung inserts , di na sya ganon ka-bulky, kaya nag order ako sayo nung 6pcs na inserts, yun ang ipapasok ko don. hahaha presto! :D
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #169 on: February 17, 2012, 10:35:28 am »

Angeldust:
haha ganyan din ako nung una :D as in dami ko nakikita noon na cloth diaper eh wapakels ako.. di ko pinapansin.. nagyon naman eh we are starting exclusively using cloth diaper for my 1 yr old son at dahil preggy ulit ko eh pati sya magccloth diaper na paglabas heheh.. :)

if you want to know more.. join FB Group Modern Cloth Nappying Pinays.. dun lang ako natuto about cloth diapering and of course research reserach na din about cloth diaper reviews and nood ng youtube :)


OO nga sis, nakita ko why back reading on this thread panay ka rin tanong, tapos ngayon alam mo na rin halos lahat hehe... sige will join on that grop, wish me luck!  ;D
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #170 on: February 17, 2012, 01:11:06 pm »

hi momy rodcielle_07, nag join din ako dun s  FB Group Modern Cloth Nappying Pinays.. dti kasi nag cloth diapers din yung twins ko kaso ngayun potty trained na sila hehe kaya nabawasan na ang labahin ko ng bonggang bongga hahaha..ano name mu dun?
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #171 on: February 17, 2012, 03:09:13 pm »

Angeldust:

OO nga sis, nakita ko why back reading on this thread panay ka rin tanong, tapos ngayon alam mo na rin halos lahat hehe... sige will join on that grop, wish me luck!  ;D

hehe tama.. kasi bano pa talaga ako sa cloth diapering.. ang alam ko lang eh lampin hehe.. now medyo marami rami na kong alam.. dahil sa group na yun.. kaya lang eto nakakahawa ang kaadikan ng mga mommies dun hehe.. puro group buys at sali naman ako ng sali hehe.. i can't resist eh grabe.. :)


@miekee_18: Cielle ang name ko dun.. :) kaw ba?
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #172 on: February 20, 2012, 04:40:45 pm »


Hallo mga mommies!
FYI just joined Modern Cloth Nappying Pinyas via FB as mentioned in this topic...
Happy Cloth Diapering to all!!!
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #173 on: February 25, 2012, 08:15:13 pm »

sis rodcielle_07, balak ko later this year (july or august) kasi pupunta yung mom and sister ko sa US. sayang din yung matitipid sa shipping at customs e. tingnan natin if marami sila space sa bagahe, baka pwede ko kayo isabay. :)
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Re: cloth diaper
« Reply #174 on: February 26, 2012, 12:32:47 am »

Soak it in vinegar and baking soda - it's my replacement for bleach which can be harmful to a baby's delicate bottom.
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #175 on: March 02, 2012, 01:36:06 pm »

Nung stay-at-home mom pa ako kasi hindi pa ako nag hahanap ng work, matiyaga ako gumising sa gabi at mag palit ng cloth diaper. At syempre matiyaga rin maglaba. Pero nung nag work na ako, 6 months na yung baby ko that time nag try na ako ng "cloth-like diapers." Odd thing is, yung mga cheaper brands na ginamit ko hindi siya nagka-rashes. Dun pa sa mamahalin :)
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #176 on: March 20, 2012, 12:40:38 pm »

hi, mommies.  Nung una, I used cloth diapers sa anak ko (diaper cover and lampin). but we changed to disposables. My son is 1.25 year old na. Do you think it would still be worth it if I buy cloth diapers now? Worry ko kasi baka hindi na sulit...
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #177 on: March 20, 2012, 12:58:31 pm »

Cloth diapers (yung mga uso ngayon) are  expensive but in the long run, because it's reusable, mas sulit talaga kaysa sa disposables. Plus, you can help the environment kasi it will take decades  para ma degrade ang disposable. Cloth Diapers are not as convenient as disposables. When it gets soiled tapos nasa pasyalan kayo, you need to save it and place it in a sealed bag (some good brands come with it) at sa bahay mo ibababad at lalabhan.
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #178 on: March 20, 2012, 06:55:02 pm »

sis caddin, cloth diapers can be used hanggang ma-potty train si baby around 2-4 years old so tingin ko sulit pa naman. meron ding cloth trainers for kids being potty trained, yung parang brief/panty type diaper na pwede i-pull down ni baby pag gagamit siya ng toilet. :)
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Re: Cloth Diapers
« Reply #179 on: March 24, 2012, 09:10:23 pm »

Thanks, MommyJAzz and Jpeach!

One more question: If 15 months old na anak ko, would it be better to buy the cloth diaper na pang-potty training na? yung madaling maalis? Kasi nababasa ko and nasabi rin ng friend ko na 18 months pa lang pwede nang simulan ang potty training. Kung yung One-size na cloth diaper ang gamitin ko, parang pang-trainer na din ba yun? May garter para ma-pull down ng toddler when needed?
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