|Lot's of wiggling going on|
|Cute prints :D|
I'm giving the smartis a break because one of the best things you can do for a diaper rash is to let it air out as much as possible. Flannel which is 100% cotton is really absorbent & breathable. If he was walking we would be hanging out outside sans-diaper. Flannel also feels damp to the touch as soon as it is wet, which allows me to change him immediately.
I may actually decide to continue using my "Flannel Flats" on a regular basis from now on. They will probably stay folded in their Diaper fold in the drawer from now on.
|My receiving blanket stash, awaiting application.|
I really wish I had a Snappi right now though... Instead I'm using quilting pins since they are curved and are less likely to poke him.
|I used the Origami fold. There is also the Kite and Pad fold|
CottonBabies: Almost Free Diapers
Real Diaper Association: they have info and assistance programs
DDL: washing without a washer in a bucket
Change Diapers.com: washing in a tub
check out the new linked up tab above to find great linkies!
Are you praticipating in the flats challenge?
What would you do if you had to choose between groceries and diapers? What do you do about diaper rash?