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Thirsties One Size All in One
In 2017, Thirsties launched our Country Harvest Trio mini collection of Farm Life, Daffodil, and Sun Blossom. Today we have a One Size All in One in Sun Blossom to giveaway to a lucky winner!
In summer of 2017, Thirsties launched our swim diaper line and announced three new prints, Beach Party, Surf’s Up, and Whales. This week, we’ve unearthed an All in One set in Surf’s Up and Beach Party for one lucky winner!
Thirsties One Size All in One with hook and loop in Surf’s Up and Beach Party
Does you cloth diaper stash need a new beginning? Are you or someone you know curious about cloth diapering, but hesitant to take the plunge? Thirsties has a giveaway just for you! We want to help someone ring in the New Year with a new beginning in cloth diapers. The winner will receive a Thirsties starter pack: 2 OS AIO, 2 Duo Wraps, 3 Hemp Prefolds, 1 Pocket Diaper, 1 Hemp Insert, Wet Bag, and Booty Love. This giveaway isn’t just about winning fabulous products, it’s also an opportunity to learn more about how Thirsties cloth diapers can benefit your baby, your household, and your world. The giveaway form will take you on a fun tour of Thirsties cloth diapering resources. Are you ready for your baby’s new beginning in cloth diapers! Sharing is caring so remember to tell your friends about this giveaway. Wishing you the best in 2016!… Read More
*This is a re-post from September 2013 and part of our Thirsties Therapy Help collection.
The answer to this question may seem simple – just change them when they are dirty or wet! However, there is more to it than that. Since babies of different ages will have different outputs, you will need to have a general idea of when you will need to check the diaper, and how many diapers you need to have on hand for each age. Some babies may not let you know when they are wet or dirty, so checking the diaper periodically may be necessary. If switching from disposables to cloth, there may be a considerable difference in the amount of diaper changes.
As a general rule, diapers should be checked every 1.5-2 hours during the daytime. Older babies may go longer in between changes. You will quickly find out what the elimination routine … Read More