As we move into the summer months, using Modern Cloth Nappies (MCN) gets whole lot easier. But sometimes things happen that you need to fix or tweak, and our Cloth in Summer blog makes navigating these as easy as relaxing in a summers breeze!
Sometimes life calls you back to work earlier than you wanted, or you just need a day or two for yourself. When this happens, a lot of cloth parents worry about picking a centre that is accepting and willing to use MCN.
Sometimes leaks happen. Especially when you’re using single inserts. But how do you know what inserts are better for boosting? There are many different fabric types, styles, and brands on the market for inserts, and not all of them perform the same task. Let’s take a look at some of the common types offered and their uses.
Starting cloth later in the game is a decision plenty of parents make. Babies are bigger, you’re more confident in your choices, if you’re one of the lucky ones your baby has even learned how to stop wriggling for nappy changes. But starting cloth with bigger babies has it’s own set of problems. Read along to find out how to tackle them.
Washing MCN in winter is slightly different than the summer months. Inserts take longer to dry, and all of a sudden you’re not getting a good clean. Many new parents also struggle to find warm clothes that fit over a cloth butt. With the winter months fast approaching, these tips and tricks will help you combat the winter blues.
Cloth from birth or starting days, weeks, or even months in? How do you decide? How do you wrap your head around wash routines and fitting guides? We talk to experienced cloth Mums to get their input on using cloth with young babies.
You’ve made the decision to use cloth and you’ve bought your stash of 24 nappies per child, but now where do you store them all? Do you display or shut away? We’re going to show you the various ways to store your stash!