A sharing of cloth diapering on my kids and I'm just a normal user like any mother. With the revolution of modern cloth nappies, this is simply another interesting hobby to pick up by mums. I'll post my review on cloth diaper or nappies with their functionalities & charateristics as well as problems and obstacles along the way.
Sunday, October 11, 2009
Yeah! Can use pocket diaper for night time!
Meaning my DS is now no longer a heavywetter... Am still using bamboo soaker as insert for that extra absorbency. Well, as long as it's made from bamboo, be it the snap in soaker from BabyBeehind fitted or bamboo insert from Green Kids (a pocket diaper brand from Aussie) or any you think is possible to be used as an insert for a pocket diaper, they all works!
Since DS takes more solid food nowadays, the pee volume is greater but lesser. Maybe because the bladder control could be better as he's going to be 1 year old in a couple of days... Or maybe becasue he's not on any formula milk yet (exclusively breastfeed boy)... I can recall last time when my DD reached 11 months old there's no night time cloth diapering system that suit her at all!!! Until I got Dream Ez fitted diaper and a wool soaker... Never had any successful experience in using pocket diaper for night diapering.
Remember I have one defected and affected bamboo fitted diaper? I never wear this on my DS anymore since it looks awww to be in contact directly with the skin. If I throw away feel sayang (wasted) so in the end decided to use it as an INSERT! Yes, reuse it! :O
1) This is how I fold before put into a Large pocket diaper - in half:
2) Add a top layer of microfiber for that extra fast absorbing and extra thirst...
If you have a Medium size pocket diaper, use trifold method:
Money saving, no need to buy extra bamboo insert and you got absorbent insert for night diapering with Pocket Diaper... LOL!!!