I’ve mentioned before that I recently had my 5th child. I’ve always used disposable diapers with all of my kids. When Mischa came along, I noticed that more and more of my friends were cloth diapering their babies. I thought about using them for about a half a second before all the myths and questions of cloth diapering pushed all the good benefits of cloth diapering out the window.
I was recently offered the opportunity to try cloth diapering with diapers from Naughty Baby. I thought, what the heck, I think I want to try them. After receiving them in the mail, I realized I knew nothing about cloth diapering!
Common Cloth Diapering
- Do you have to use pins? I realize now that I was in a whole other time period with my thoughts about cloth diapering. Naughty Baby cloth diapers are shaped like a paper diaper, but instead of the velcro like fasteners on the sides, they have handy snaps. The snaps hold the diaper on super secure.
- What about poop? This was a big one for me. I am happy say, that it’s really not a big deal. Naughty Baby sells flushable nappy liners, poop goes on the liner, and into the potty. If by chance a little gets on the diaper, it comes right off.
- Do they leak? Cloth diapers need to be washed multiple times before using them. Once you’ve washed them, they hold really well. Naughty Baby uses a cloth insert that goes in a pocket in the diaper. We had no leaks, even overnight with Naughty Baby.
- Are they funny looking? Yes, that’s a bit silly for me to ask, but I didn’t really know. Naughty Baby diapers are absolute adorable! They come in super cute prints for both girls and boys. My favorite was the Pink Panda Print. It was super cute, and made with Minkee, so it was soft. It didn’t rub Mischa’s chunky legs like paper diapers sometimes do.
Now, do I plan on continuing with cloth diapering? Yes, I think I might. Even if not full time, they are excellent to have when you run out of paper diapers late at night.
I received 6 cloth diapers and inserts in exchange for this post. The opinions expressed above are my own. Any claims should be verified on the sponsor’s site.