My Cloth Diaper Stash




Listed here are the current diapers in my "Leettle"'s stash. Have questions about these diapers? Feel free to ask below!


All-In-One's

1 OsoCozy AIO
12 Grovia One-Size AIO's

All-In-2's

4 SoftBum Omni's w/ 2 bamboo pods & 2 stay-dry pods - Read my review here!
3 Baby Babu - Read my review here!
1 Heavenly Little Angel WAHM diaper - Read my review here!
1 Glowbug - Read my review here!
1 Funky Fluff - Read my review here!
1 SmartSnugs AI2 diaper cover w/ bamboo cotton & bamboo charcoal inserts - Review coming soon!
1 Imagine AI2 diaper cover w/ 3 snap in inserts

Hybrid

2 gPants
2 Flip covers

Pockets

3 Bee Changed Diapers from Little Bee Company - Read my review here!
2 Cutiepoops WAHM Diapers
2 Green Genes WAHM Diapers
2 Just Simply Baby bamboo
1 Just Simply Baby (suede cloth inner)

Diaper Covers

4 Thirsties Duo Wraps - Read my review here!
1 Swaddlebees Capri
1 Econobum

6 Indian Cotton Prefolds
6 Thirsties hemp inserts
6 GenerationMe Curious George doublers

2 Snappis

Must Have Accessories :

* Wet Bags
- 2 medium waterproof gortex GenerationMe wet bags - Read my review here!
- 1 small waterproof gortex GenerationMe wet bag
- 1 small WAHM PUL wet bag

* Cloth Wipes (I have about 36 flannel from various WAHM's & 2 from Bummis)

* Wipe Concentrate
- Lil Monsties Wipe Concentrate in Lavender Love - Read my review here!

* Rash Ointments & Creams
- Live Clean Baby Diaper Cream - Read my review here!
- Lil Monsties Whipped Baby Butter in Tea Tree - Read my review here!
- Grandma El's Diaper Rash Ointment - Read my review here!
- WAHM Tea Tree Diaper Cream from Just Simply Baby

Detergent List :

* GenerationMe - Read my review here (at the bottom of the page)!
* A Happy Green Life
* Rock In Green
* EcoNuts
* EcoSprout

If you are suffering from ammonia / soap residue problems...be sure to try some of these!

* Rock In Green Funk Rock
* Grovia Mighty Bubbles
* A Happy Green Life Natural Stripping Powder

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What is in YOUR stash? What diapers would you love to have? Questions, comments? Feel free to post below!

42 comments:

  1. I go to school part time for medical billing and i love the fluff diapers

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  2. My son will love them and i think he would be more comfortable in them

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  3. Wow what a stash! haha I'm working on mine : ) I would like to have 30!

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  4. This is great! It helps me figure out what I am still lacking and should acquire for my first ever stash!

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  5. I am new to cloth diapering, I finally got the courage to venture in. I have 13 bumgenius, 2 customs from a WAHM, 2 alvas, a katydid and 2 gdiapers. I am really trying to find a good AIO in that my husband is comfortable with using. What is your favorite AIO diaper? -Heather McKenzie Carter

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    1. I have only tried a few AIO's, most were WAHM made...but my favorite would have to be Thirsties AIO (I honestly LOVE all of their products!) or the OsoCozy AIO's.

      I have not tried the BumGenius Freetimes (AIO) but many moms rave about them being their favorite :-)

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  6. I just hit the 12 month mark of cloth diapering and I keep asking why did I not do this before? its not nearly as scary as I thought it would be.

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  7. I'm about to make the big switch to CD, so I appreciate knowing what CD veterans have to offer about what a well-established stash contains. =)

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  8. Which diaper covers have you found work the best for overnight use? Which diapers have you enjoyed the most?

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    1. Thirsties Duo Wraps...and Thirsties Duo Wraps ;-)

      Depending on the cloth that you use inside, they can be a little bulky...but like I mentioned in my review, the set I have is going on 4+ years.

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  9. I seriously had NO IDEA you needed this much for one kid haha. I have some buying to do!

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    1. You actually don't need that much...especially if you look into purchasing covers and inserts. Many covers you can use more than once, and simply wipe dry and replace the insert, like the Imagine Cover and gDiaper that I have listed above. Instead of buying 20 - 24 cloth diapers (if you prefer to wash every other day), you can buy 10 (or even less) - 12 covers with 20 - 24 inserts and you are set! I love covers because they are so quick to dry too. When I first started, I had 6 covers and 24 prefolds. I hand-washed the covers when needed, and they dried in a couple or few hours depending on how warm it was outside, when I lived in Texas it took about an hour ;-)

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    2. I hear (youtube videos) that the prefold w. cover is a high risk for leakage and poopie blow outs. I know there are numerous ways to fold them to help prevent this (also on youtube). What method did you use & cover brand? How well did it work in comparison to a modern cloth diaper? Prefolds are by far the least expensive way to go and less laundry duty which is wonderful thought... But does it create different cleaning duties around the house. Ex. Car seat, rugs, couches, crib sheets...basically everything babies bottom touches? Do you think certain ages are better for prefolds than others?

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    3. If you are worried about blowouts...the best ones to buy include "double gussets" like the Thirsties Duo Wraps http://www.leettlebaby.com/2012/11/thirsties-duo-wrap-sponsor-spotlight.html or the Imagine cover http://www.leettlebaby.com/2013/04/imagine-all-in-2-diaper-cover-review.html

      Of course, these are not the only ones that offer the double gussets, but I am not lying when I say that the Thirsties are AMAZING and neither of my boys have experienced a blow out in them...ever ;-)

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    4. Personally, I prefer prefolds because they are more absorbent, but bulky. They are super easy to launder for newborns or babies that are breastfed, because you can just toss the diaper in the wash.

      When baby moves to solids, some prefer not to use prefolds, but I do not feel like they create any more work than any other cloth diaper.

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  10. is it complicated to store, organize, and use all the different varieties instead of just choosing one style?

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  11. sounds like a great variety. im glad ive gotten to try several different brands. My inserts have had some major residue/stripping issues so i want to look into the happy green life that you mentioned.

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    1. What material are they? I have EXTREME hard water over here and my microfiber inserts seem to collect residue quite often. Every now and then, after washing (rinse, full hot/cold cycle with detergent, and 2nd rinse), I will take the microfiber inserts and boil them to disinfect and remove soap residue.

      I also LOVE the GroVia Mighty Bubbles to stip them once a month.

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    2. How often do you have to boil them? We also have extremely hard water. Is there such a thing as cloth diaper laundry detergent for hard water mamma's? If not there should be. I suppose installation of a water softener would be more ideal, but I know I don't have the extra $400-1000 to spend while trying to prep for baby. I could justify spending $1 more on laundry detergent every 200 loads...I mean I have to buy it anyways. $1 more over vs. hovering over boiling diapers sounds like a deal to me haha :)

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    3. I don't boil them very often, maybe once every 2-3 months...Rock In Green Hard Rock formula is pretty awesome with hard water (Crunchy Clean detergent is also wonderful so I have heard). You can also buy Calgon water softener(in the laundry aisle) to add with your detergent, just make sure you add only 1/2 the recommended amount if you have a top loader and 1/4 of the recommended amount if you have an HE washer. Lately, I have had success with the following wash routine :

      1) Cold rinse
      2) Full hot/cold cycle with 3 tbs. Rock In Green Hard Rock
      3) Extra rinse

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  12. Most of mine are babyland/babycity (bought them new off of someone reallllly cheap)
    but I do have a few Kawaii and I LOVE them. (of course, out of mine they are my best..)
    but i'd love to try anything else!
    I'm A single mom of two with no income so we go with the el cheapo ones!

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    1. I actually started out with the cheapies and had no problem with them whatsoever. They even worked better than some of the more expensive name brands. With my second child, I became curious about the brands that I had not tried yet, and I just love telling others about cloth diapering and wanted to help others find a style/fit that they would like best :-)

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  13. I have Clotheez Prefolds size newborn and small, 5 Kawaii diaper covers, 6 pack Charlie Banana, and 1 Charlie Banana swim diaper! I'm anxious to try different ones and I'm thinking about buying 8 Comfy Rumps AIOs :)

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  14. Wow you have quite a stash there! What are the least expensive but good diapers you love? I'm trying to research for when we get out of this financial rut we're in right now and I can rebuild my stash again.

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    1. I love the Imagine All-In-2 covers, right now they are on sale for $8.95 each and the insert 3-pack is $9.95. The cover is reusable, so if the insert (which is pretty thick) is only wet, you simply snap in another insert. So, let's say you use the cover for 3 changes...you have basically bought a $6 diaper versus 3 diapers at $6-$20+ each depending on the brand.

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  15. You've got quite the stash! I've only been cloth diapering for 9 months and I have more than I ever anticipated! LOl! It becomes and addiction! And I'm doing this to save money!

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  16. Wow nice stash. We have a little of everything in our stash Prefolds , flats , covers , pockets,and AI2s. Some I like more then others. I love trying new and different diapers It can become addicting though lol

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  17. I have wanted to try the Bee Changed diapers for a while. That looks like a nice stash, lots of diversity.

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  18. Trying to research and start my own stash . . . Newbie and soon-to-be TTC . . . what would you reccommend? Thanks!

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  19. Awesome stash! I love the Yo Gabba Gabba one.

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  20. That's a huge stash. I have mostly prefolds and covers. I have Flips, Econobums, Softbums, Best Bottom (my favorite), Bummis, Motherease, Rumparooz, Thirsties and Blueberry.

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  21. This has helped me to know where the stash we're building is lacking. Thank you for sharing :)

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  22. What a great stash!! Baby #1 is due for us in December so we have started building our stash. I get excited reading about others CD stashes and my husband always laughs at my stash envy hahah. I look forward to reading some of the reviews you did on diapers to help me with my own stash!

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  23. I have about 34 flats, 2 historically-accurate wool soakers, 3 PUL covers from different companies, and 1 microfiber pocket diaper. Unfortunately, one of the historically-accurate soakers got felted (but not the one that NEEDED to be!), so I'll be saving that for the next child while making another.

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  24. I'm in process of switching our family to Eco Nuts. We're expecting our first in January and I plan on CDing right away, after the meconium has passed. Have you had any ammonia problems with eco nuts?

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  25. Thanks so much for posting this! I'm building up a stash for my son, due in January, and it's been really helpful to see what veteran CDers love!

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  26. That is an expansive stash... do you rotate the diapers you use? How do you decided what diaper to use when?

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  27. Do you find that this is a good enough stash for 2 in diapers? I'm going to have 2 under 2 starting in March!

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  28. We decided to cloth diaper during my third pregnancy. I had twins who are now 3 months old. I started my stash buying everything used, mostly covers and prefolds. Diaper Junction had a parking lot sale, so I bought a few newborn AIOs too. We didn't like those at all. They took forever to dry and poop would miss the insert, plus they were insanely bulky. I really didn't like the cover and prefold system. We only used the jelly roll to hold in the EBF poop and it seemed to take forever to diaper a screaming, hungry baby. I bought 12 Sunbaby pockets and completely fell in love! Those are awesome diapers and fit my chunky babies at one month old. They were 8-9 lbs by then. Now I have 24 Sunbaby pockets, 4 BG seconds pockets, 2 eBay pockets, 2 DiaperRite covers, 9 Flip stay-dry inserts, 1 DiaperRite AIO, and about a dozen or so more various covers - some used, some seconds but I never use those and I will probably get rid of them all soon. I do have 3 Thirsties covers that I will be keeping in case I want to treat them like an AI2. I love my Sunbabies. If it wasn't for those diapers, we probably would have switched back to sposies.

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  29. I wish I had half as many diapers as you do! We currently have to do laundry EVERYDAY! It is crazy. Sometimes we will run out and my son will have to use a Newborn size!!!

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  30. I have Bumware Extreme AIO's, Softbums Echos, Kissaluvs cotton fleece fitteds, Thirsties Duo Fab Fitteds, a few wool covers and some prefolds and flip covers. I like to try a little bit of everything!

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