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What Diaper is Right For Me?

One of the biggest stumbling blocks when entering the world of cloth, in my opinion, is deciding on a type of diaper (a decision I know I agonized over for weeks!).

Because the start-up costs of cloth diapering can be intimidating, especially when compared to the cost of a package of disposable diapers, it seems you have to choose perfectly for fear you will invest in a diaper which ends up not working for your family. How daunting indeed!

But this is not the case! Read on for three scenarios, and pick which one suits your family best.

Cloth diapering to save the planet or keep chemicals off little one's bum? All-In-One, All-In-Two or Pocket diapers are great for those who wish for a diaper change as easy as changing a disposable. Simply remove the dirty diaper, lay a clean diaper beneath little one and secure closed.
Cloth diapering a Newborn? Check out Total Convenience For Newborns

Total Economy
Cloth diapering to save money? Contours, Prefolds or Flats + Covers are a great way to stretch your cloth diapering dollars the furthest. As the covers are reusable between changes, you only need change the inner absorbable layer (although most chose to let the cover air dry between changes).
Total Economy For Newborns

Economy + Convenience
Want the ease of a disposable balanced with the economy of an inexpensive diapering solution? This combination is for you! Mix and match your diaper stash to suit your needs. Perhaps some All-In-Ones for the babysitter and grandparents, some Pockets for overnights and the diaper bag, and Prefolds + Covers for daytime.
Economy + Convenience For Newborns

If you are still debating, consider a cloth diaper trial package. Think of a trial package as a way to take the car out for a spin before handing over the check. You can practice life with cloth and experiment with different types and brands to see what suits both you, your baby, and your lifestyle the best. 

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