Did you hire anyone to assist you after your birth? Which did you find the MOST helpful? Did you hire them for subsequent births, or only the first?
It is so funny how many “THINGS” we think we need with the first baby, then we actually give birth and find out what we reallllly need. Haha!
Thank you, Sewn Down Purple Lane, for the adorable cloth diaper cover for our #PAXbirthday9!!
Do you cloth diaper? Want to learn? Feel free to email help@PAXbaby.com, and the PAXmoms can give you some helpful tips; jump on the eco-train today! <3 Plus… look how cuuuuute cloth can be!! You can win this wrap scrap diaper cover at our online birthday party later this month!
We PAXmommies are passionate about a few things in particular… and cloth diapering is definitely one of those things!
PAXmommy Jillian had this to say about her cloth diaper stash:
” My cloth diaper addiction started when my first 3 babies were all in diapers simultaneously! Doing the math for paper *disposable* diapers for 3 babies was scary so I started investing in cloth to save money! Because I then cloth diapered from birth and had more experience with cloth, I branched out from all in ones to fitteds (my favorites!!!) and dabbled in flats and pockets (not my favorites!) resulting in a large and varied stash! Just like baby carriers, there is a time and place for each style / brand of diaper which is another CD topic for another blog post! And since my stash is large enough, we don’t wear them out so many of #babycate’s stash were from the older kids! I love shopping on etsy and patronizing WAHMs, and cloth diapering all 7 of my children gives me pride, joy, and happiness!!!”
Another great thing about cloth diapers, is that when your family is entirely finished with them, you can either pass them on to a friend, or sell them!
Do you cloth diaper your babies?
Even partial cloth diapering can be beneficial to not only the environment, but to your pocketbook, too!!