Flats Challenge 2020 is coming!

Bailey at the Cloth Diaper Podcast is hosting this year's 10th Annual Flats and Handwashing Challenge near the end of May this year. She has been vigorously working to get everything together, her efforts are incredible! She's adding more topics and more opportunities for involvement! With a green light from Bailey, I put together a... Continue Reading →

Stripping… Diapers, of course.

Stripping diapers is a concept that both scares and confuses many-a-cloth-diapering-mom. First, let's talk about what it's not. Bleaching is not stripping. Some people get this confused, as stripping usually involves bleaching, so let's talk about what stripping diapers actually is by definition: Well, gee, thanks Merriam-Webster. So let's check out the Pam Dictionary, first edition...... Continue Reading →

Travel & Vacation with Cloth!

I love this awesome blog post on Diaper Junction which poses the question to readers: "Do you pack paper undies when you head out of town?" I hope you don't have to! And neither should your baby! Whether you're camping locally, flying to a hotel out of the country, or anything in between, it is... Continue Reading →

Repairing Cloth Diaper Snaps

  Snaps: the magic that makes modern cloth diapers easier and one size! While these beasts can be very difficult to break intentionally (I've tried!), every once in a while, you get that one snap in a hundred thousand that is a little odd, broken, or installed incorrectly that requires a repair. In my case,... Continue Reading →

How to Use & Care for Wool Covers

If you've seen my YouTube video on Cloth Diapering at Disney, then Goofy butt may look familiar to you! And here it is, (somehow) almost a year later and the Sir still remarkably fits in his Goofy cover! A bout of Hands Foot Mouth Disease struck our home on the anniversary of a previous infestation... Continue Reading →

Free PDF Cloth Diaper Booklet

One of the first daunting tasks I was faced with when I decided to bring Plumbum Diapers to fruition was the making of an illustrated booket. It couldn't be too large or it would be overwhelming, but it couldn't be so skimpy that important details were omitted. If I tried to decipher each diaper style, I'd... Continue Reading →

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