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10 Cloth Diapers for Modern Parents (And Their Toddlers)

By Emily |

Our family has been cloth diapering for almost four straight years now, and for a while I had two kiddos in cloth at the same time.  Modern cloth diapers are much different than the diapers you may remember your mother or grandmother using.

Today’s diapers combine fun with functional, offering a huge variety in types of diapers, colors, prints, and more.  Choosing to cloth diaper your little one can save you thousands of dollars, as well as saving thousands of disposable diapers from ending up in the landfill, so they save you money and save the planet at the same time!

Here are my top 10 cloth diapers picks for the modern family.nggallery id=’124435′

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Cloth Diapering a Toddler

FuzziBunz

One of the original brands of pocket diapers, FuzziBunz have snap closures and come in either sized or one-size diapers and lots of fun colors.

Have you considered using cloth diapers on your little one?

Choose from Babble’s selection of Best Cloth Diapers of 2011!

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Emily McClements is passionate about caring for creation while saving money at the same time. She is a blessed wife and mama to three young children, and blogs about her family's journey toward natural and green living on a budget at Live Renewed. Read bio and latest posts → Read Emily's latest posts →

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0 thoughts on “10 Cloth Diapers for Modern Parents (And Their Toddlers)

  1. Megan says:

    I <3 bottombumpers. Organic cotton snap in inserts, super trim and absorbant, without the insert you can use them as a swim diaper.

  2. 2sense says:

    Gdiapers are the best I’ve found. I’ve tried 5 different kinds including gdiapers and they are the easiest by far. My suggestion is to use a hemp insert though, because it’s the most absorbent.

  3. Jules says:

    Have you considered gdiapers? its a hybrid diaper – meaning you can use cloth OR 100% biodegrad inserts. very convenient (and darn cute!) for parents who need options free shipping too from http://www.gdiapers.com

  4. Lisa says:

    We have used Gdiapers which offer both a disposable and cloth insert and we love them. My husband uses the disposable inserts so that he does not have to deal with the ickiness and he calls it and I use the cloth inserts so all is good.

  5. Vanessa says:

    Fuzzi Bunz were the ones I used for all three of my daughters (now 7, 5 & 3). They are so easy to use and I love the color selection!

  6. alana says:

    we were given hand-me-downs of the fuzzi bunz to start with. I like them just fine, but I’ve found “best bottom” diapers since, which puts together all of my favorite parts of the majority of cloth diapering. they have a snap-in insert, which just makes sense to me. we use disposable liners with them, so poo is easier to dispose of.
    and they are adorable! highly recommend.

  7. MuddleDuckMama says:

    I am so glad to have found this blog. Cloth diapering is something we are considering after our class at the birth center. I would never have guessed how far cloth diapering has come! I plan to blog about this on my page as well, thanks for giving me the poop scoop!
    Check out my blog!
    http://muddleduckmama.blogspot.com/

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