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When a cloth diapering parent hears the word “flat”, thoughts of tedious folding, leaking, and how-on-earth-will-I-get-this-on-my-wriggly-baby overtake our minds. I mean, just look at it, a plain, white, large square of organic cotton. #Boring
Bear with me for just a second…what if I told you that flats can be the diapers with the lowest cost, easiest washing, longest durability, and more versatile ways to keep leaks at bay, from newborns through toddlers?
Flats & Newborns
Flats are perfect for newborns who are leaky, explosive, and need the most diaper changes. You don’t need extensive Origami training to be able to make this work! Simply fold into smaller squares for the perfect pad fold in the duo wrap, a fantastic tutorial can be found here.
You can also be creative with rolling in the sides, “The Bikini Twist” (sounds like a great summer dance party!) or a … Read More
Newborn Diaper Laundry
When you hold your tiny little baby in your hands, you will spend countless hours marveling at the exquisite detail of their little body. The toes, the fingers, the ears, the nose…And you will also spend countless hours marveling at how that perfect little body can produce SO MUCH POOP! An absolute machine dedicated to not only generating copious amounts of it, but also being able to project it across a room and into your master closet across the hall (true story). The good news is, even at this stage, diaper laundry is incredibly easy. Until your baby’s bowel movements change form from liquid to semi-solid (meaning it isn’t completely runny and has some texture to it), absolutely nothing needs to be done with it. A good rule of thumb is that you don’t have to spray or dunk poopy diapers until your baby produces enough poo … Read More
🎶 It’s the most wonderful time of the year 🎶
Cost-Effective & Eco-Friendly
In a year that has stretched our “normal” in every sense of the word, we are nearing that time when holidays galore need to be planned and prepped for. This year, there is a very different landscape in the coming months than our traditions have produced in the past, and Thirsties is here for some ways to keep your festivities “green” in a year where both money and resources need a little boost.
🌲 Reusable Bags and the Holidays 🌲
Did you know that Thirsties offers 5 different bags for your everyday needs? All of which can be a fantastic way to not only give an extra gift to someone you love but also keeps wrapping paper sustainable and reused.
Giving the gift of toys or figurines to a little one to stay busy in the coming … Read More
Written on November 12, 2020 at 11:24 am
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