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Fluff Fridays – Week 13 **** CLOSED ****

Welcome to this week’s giveaway!!!!

What would you win? The winner will get:
1- Kissaluvs Soothing Baby Blanket
1- Kissaluvs One Size Fitted Diaper in a cute print NEW! Hasn’t been released yet.
1- SURPRISE product from Kissaluvs
(above given by Kissaluvs !)

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When? You should leave your comment before Thursday, January 29th at 8pm EST.
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Who can participate? US Residents and Canadians are welcome!

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512 comments:

  1. Kelly said...

    Right now, I am still figuring out how to store them. Mostly, I am using a shelf next to my changing table. I put different diapers on different levels of the shelf (AIOs on top, to make it easy for my husband, pockets next, then prefolds/fitteds/covers below). I’m starting to run out of room, especially as I purchase some larger sizes for the future, but at least I have my newborn stash somewhat organized!

  2. Kelly said...

    I am a follower! :)

  3. Kelly said...

    I am a subscriber! :)

  4. Sara in Seattle said...

    I keep mine in a plastic three-drawer unit, and then downstairs I keep one wicker basket which I fill daily. I like the system! I started with mine in baskets on a changing table, but quickly discovered I never used the changing table so that was pretty pointless. As baby outgrows the diapers, I move them into a rubbermaid tote in the back of her closet for use with the next one. :)

  5. Sara in Seattle said...

    And I subscribe using Google Reader!

  6. Sara in Seattle said...

    and I’m a facebook fan :)

  7. Sara in Seattle said...

    I have a button on my blog, too!

  8. I keep my fuzzi bunzs on the changing table in a basket. There are two matching baskets. The other one has lotion, wipes, and other etc. stuff.

  9. I have a button on my blog.

  10. Kirsten said...

    We have a plastic tub on the changing table shelf where we keep our diapers for the youngest. Then we have another spot where we change our oldest, and that’s where we keep his diapers. This works great for us – seeing as then the diapers don’t get mixed together.

    4themfamily at gmail dot com

  11. Kirsten said...

    I have a button on my blog too – but it’s an invite only blog.

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  12. A Psych Mommy said...

    I’m currently storing our diapers in the drawers of our dresser/changing table. Since we are lucky enough to have our parents babysit our son while we are at work, I want to make diapering as easy as possible for them. I therefore put all the AIO’s and the pockets in one drawer and all the others that need covers in a second drawer.

  13. A Psych Mommy said...

    I’m also a subscrib

  14. Maggie said...

    I’m currently pregnant and haven’t bought/washed/stored everything yet, but I’m thinking some kind of basket system.

  15. Maggie said...

    I’m a follower.

  16. Maggie said...

    I’m a subscriber.

  17. Shawna said...

    I am pretty new to CDing and we're also in the middle of trying to sell our home, so I have to stash stuff so the house looks nice & organized. I HATE THE WAY I STORE MY CDs RIGHT NOW! I have storage cubes in my DD's room that I stuff all the diapers/inserts/wipes in and I have a basket downstairs in the pantry that closes so I can hide diapers & wipes in there as well. I can't wait to move to get a more organized system!

  18. Shawna said...

    I am a follower! :o)

  19. Shawna said...

    I am a subscriber :o)

  20. Shawna said...

    I have a button on my blog :o)

  21. Shawna said...

    I’m a facebook fan!

  22. Emily said...

    I use prefolds and covers so I store the covers in a cute basket next to the changing pad and I keep the prefolds in a clear plastic tote tucked into the bookcase that the changing pad is on top of. I keep one-size-up covers and diapers on a lower shelf in the bookcase. It’s one of those Billy Bookcases from Ikea so the cubbies are square and perfect for fitting totes into.

  23. MommyCat said...

    I’m still waiting on this stubborn little one to appear, but to start, I am using a three drawer cart that holds some of my stash. I also have a large basket that I’m using to hold the diapers that will probably be too big right at first. I’m sure I will modify this set up as I discover what works best, but for now this seems like a good way to keep it organized.

  24. MommyCat said...

    I subscribe via Google Reader

  25. Nikki said...

    I have the fluff fridays button on my blog.

  26. Nikki said...

    I dedicated 2 shelves in my large bathroom cupboard to diapers. One shelf holds prefolds and covers, and the second has wipes, pocket diapers (which we use most of the time), and inserts. I also put a few “overnight” diapers – pockets stuffed with an extra insert – on the shelf upstairs in my son’s room, so they’re available when we’re putting on jammies. This works for me. I find if I fold/stuff the diapers directly out of the dryer and have them ready to go, it’s easier for us (and for my hubby!)

  27. eidolons said...

    I store our diapers in a five drawer dresser/tower thing next to the bed (where I change the Imp). It has cloth drawers and looks really neat (and is a convenient place to put my glasses at night). However, yesterday I acquired more diapers and now there’s no way they’ll all fit. Something will be worked out today once all the boys are up and out of the bedroom.

    Do I like it? Sure, why not. I don’t know anything else! (:

    eidolons AT gmail DOT com

  28. eidolons said...

    I’m a follower now, too. whee!

    eidolons AT gmail DOT com

  29. meghan said...

    I store our pocket diapers on a shelf near the changing table and the prefolds and covers in a drawer. I have a small hanging bag in the baby’s room for diapers and the wetbag in the bathroom which is right across the hall. I’m happy enough with the system, but it could get better!

  30. meghan said...

    I also love my subscription through google reader!

  31. Denise said...

    I recently bought a organizing cart & am using it in my room. Since I just got it, I don't feel like I've gotten it working to its full potential yet. I don't use a changing table & I really need to figure out a place in the main part of the house to also store diapers so that I'm not having to run up & down the stairs when the baby needs to be changed.

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  32. Denise said...

    I am a follower!

  33. Denise said...

    I have your button on my blog

  34. Denise said...

    I’m a facebook fan

  35. erinsmomma said...

    I store my diapers on a shelf of the changing table. We only use the pocket diapers so I put them together after I wash them. I keep a couple extra stuffed for bedtime or naps.

  36. erinsmomma said...

    I’m a follower of the blog.

  37. erinsmomma said...

    I’m also a subscriber.

  38. Carla said...

    Right now I have 30 BumGenius One-size diapers that I keep stuffed and ready to go in dark wood baskets stored in the changing table cubbies, Then for prefolds I keep them stacked in the cubby below folded and ready to go. I love my system and even bought some cute Potterybarn Kids chalkboard labels to hang on the fromt of the baskets so husband and babysitters can find things easier! Im kinda a freak about organization =)

  39. erinsmomma said...

    I have the Kelly’s Closet button on my blog.

  40. erinsmomma said...

    And I have the Fluff Fridays button on my blog too!

  41. erinsmomma said...

    I am a fan on Facebook, too!

  42. Melissa said...

    We don’t have a huge amount of cloth diapers, so I just store them similar to how I would store disposable diapers. We have a large changing table/dresser combo. Several diapers go into a cute wicker basket on top of the dresser. The remainder go inside the dresser on a large shelf. I hope to add more diapers to what we use. If we get more, I’ll probably store some in a basket in baby’s closet. mjones_82 @ Yahoo.com

  43. Violet Gonzalez said...

    I am a subscriber.
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  44. Violet Gonzalez said...

    I am a follower.
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  45. Violet Gonzalez said...

    We are one of the families that actually use a changing table! It has two shelved below and a small cabinet.

    All her diapers, covers and wipes are on the shelves and extra lap pads are in the cabinet with burp cloths and blankets.

    Each type of diaper has its own stack. Prefolds, flats, fitteds, covers, fuzzi bunz, bumgenius.

    It is working great for us.

    We also have a small plastic basket with a supply of wipes and bumgenius in our bedroom where lo sleeps for before bed chages.

    Stacey
    stacey.gonzalez @ gmail.com

  46. silver said...

    I have a diaper stacker that holds prefolds perfectly. I keep covers, fitteds, and pocket diapers in a basket on the dresser/changing table. One of the drawers holds wipes and wipe solution in a peri bottle.

  47. the momma said...

    I store our diapers in a small 4 shelf unit. It came with 4 bins, but I only use them sometimes… right now as I am sorting through things to prepare for DD#3 to arrive, the bins are holding bibs and baby socks and such. I stuff all our pocket diapers right as the laundry is done, and keep the extra liners, hemp stuffers, wipes, lotion, and butt cream in a basket on the top of the shelf unit. If someone is coming to babysit, I simply put out a few diapers on the changing pad. It’s a fairly good system- everything has a place and the shelves don’t look like they are overflowing regardless of whether I use the bins or not. But, as we get closer to DD#3’s arrival, I will probably be changing our storage system bc the changing table will move into her room… always looking for a better way, but this works for now!

  48. the momma said...

    I am a follower!

  49. the momma said...

    I am a subscriber!

  50. the momma said...

    I am a facebook fan!

  51. the momma said...

    I have your button on my blog!

  52. Bronwyn said...

    We have a changing table that is a dresser with a high-low top and a hutch, so I store my diapers in the drawers. Prefolds are stacked in the top drawer along with liners and covers. Middle drawer has stacked smaller prefolds that don’t fit anymore but are used on the changing pad just in case. Outgrown covers are also in that drawer. Bottom drawer holds pockets and their inserts. My wipes are stored in the small top right-hand drawer under the “high” part of the dresser. The drawer below that is for the extra wetbag and pail liners. Below that is a cabinet for all the bath products I got for gifts. I like my storage system because it keeps things neat, dust-free, and out of sight (although some of the diapers are so cute, I hate to hide them!).

  53. Kelly said...

    I too use a traditional changing table. I only utiilize the top shelf for diapers, covers, wipe container. I have prefolds flat on one side with diaper covers in the middle (back), the wipe container with moist cloth wipes in the middle (front) and all my new pocket diapers (BG & FB) stuffed and laying flat together in one pile on the opposite side of shelf from prefolds. Also in the middle next to the wipes I have a pile of doublers/infant inserts to stuff in the night time diaper when I get ready for that.

  54. Birrd said...

    I store them in my changing table, which is an antique dresser from the 1920’s. It’s old and the paint is chipped, but the bones are good and it’s got roomy drawers for diapers and baby clothes.

  55. Birrd said...

    I’m a follower!

  56. Birrd said...

    And a subscriber!

  57. ecky said...

    i store my diapers in a large open canvas bag. we have one downstairs and one upstairs. this works pretty well because they are easy to see and easy to get to. we have them all pre-stuffed and ready to go.

    elkesten at yahoo dot com

  58. Dani said...

    I use two of my son’s dresser drawers to store the diapers. One drawer for pockets, the other for PF’s, covers, fitteds, and extras like inserts and liners. I love this system b/c it keeps everything “hidden” and it’s organized.

  59. Dani said...

    yahoo subscriber

  60. Dani said...

    I have the fluff friday button on my sidebar

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  61. Erika said...

    I store mine in 3 Rubbermaid plastic drawers with a small basket on top. The top drawer is for All-in-ones and stuffed pockets, the second is for fitted, prefolds, and wraps, and the third is for extra inserts, diapers I’m not thrilled with, ets. The basket on top is for disposable liners and wipes.

    ireland241@adelphia.net

  62. Erika said...

    I am a facebook fan.

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  63. Denise said...

    I know this doesn’t count as an entry, but I wanted to say I’m so excited to see Kissaluvs will have a new diaper coming out….Can’t wait to see what it looks like. Any idea how soon you will have them in stock for purchase?

  64. Jess said...

    I actually stack them neatly in 1 of his dresser draws, & I really like my system just wish I had more room! 😉 ok maybe less diaps would do the trick lol

  65. Jess said...

    I have the button on my blog

  66. Jess said...

    & im a fan on facebook 😉

  67. bethy said...

    i keep my diapers in an extra diaper bag in the livingroom on my changing table aka, my living room couch

  68. bethy said...

    i am a follower

  69. bethy said...

    i am a facebook fan!

  70. Kelly said...

    I store my diapers in a laundry basket on the bottom shelf of my changing table. I stuff all my diapers as I take them off the drying rack, so they are stuffed and ready to go. I have designated my green colored BG 3.0 to be our overnight diapers, so those are stuffed with two inserts and ready for night. We know those are the night time diapers so we make sure not to grab those during diaper changes. We also have the wet bags, extra inserts (mainly the BG doublers), extra wipes (dry obviously) and the extra pail liner in the laundry basket. It is pretty full right after doing a load of diapers, but it fits under the changing table. It is a pretty easy system. And wipes are in a disposable wipe container on the changing table. I am also going to put a little squirt bottle of water on the changing table because I have one too many times started changing a messy diaper to only realize I was out of wipes, or only had one. That way I will have water handy and can just grab a clean dry wipe.

  71. Kelly said...

    I am a follower.

  72. Kelly said...

    I am a subscriber.

  73. Kelly said...

    I am a facebook friend.

  74. Kelly said...

    I have your button on my blog!

  75. Cecile said...

    I have all the diapers ready for use: the daytime ones with one insert, and the nap/nightime one with an insert and a doubler. I keep them in the baby’s room, but I keep a few in the bathroom for my almost potty-trained toddler, who needs a diap for naps and nights.

  76. Cecile said...

    I am a follower

  77. Cecile said...

    I am a subscriber

  78. Katie said...

    I have really streamlined my stash, which has really helped. I keep all diapers and inserts in a big wicker basket that fits on a bookshelf in my living room (I do all diaper changes on a mat on the floor!!). I have another wicker basket that is the same size that I keep extra cloth wipes that are dry and some training pants and a sling. This basket is on a shelf with two smaller baskets that I keep doublers and liners in. I also keep my wipe box there too. I do not have tons of diapers, so they all fit. I keep extra inserts and diapers that are not being used right now in my boys closet.

  79. Katie said...

    I am a follower

  80. Katie said...

    I have your button on my sidebar

  81. Katie said...

    I am a facebook friend

  82. Amanda said...

    We have 4 baskets under the changing table. One is used for the diapers. I pre-stuff all of them after washing/drying and then I fold them in half and set them in the basket with the middle of the diapers facing up (makes it really easy to grab one up. It’s like a basket of pastel rainbow cuteness. :)

    The basket next to that houses my wipe warmer w. flannel wipes and the other 2 baskets house the diaper doublers, Imsy Vimsy Flushable Liners and washcloths that I use as a barrier when using rash ointment.

    I love my storage system because it’s easy access for everyone (Mom, Dad, Grandma etc.) and it’s neat and organized and easy to maintain.

  83. Amanda said...

    I’m a follower

  84. Amanda said...

    I’m a Facebook fan

  85. I used to use wicker baskets on the shelves of my daughters changing table & found out quickly that I couldn't use anything without a lid on it because my daughter likes to play with everything. Now I use plastic storage containers with lids that aren't easy for her to get off. I love my system. It is easy and convenient for use because it is right there when I am changing my daughter. I never change my daughter any where else other than her changing table, so for me it is perfect. I have a diaper champ for the disposable wipes on one side of the changing table and on the other side a garbage can with a diaper pail liner in it to store my dirty diapers.

  86. Amanda said...

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  87. I am a friend on facebook.

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  89. Katrina said...

    I am a follower.

  90. Katrina said...

    I am a subscriber.

  91. Katrina said...

    I advertise Fluff Friday on my blog.

  92. Katrina said...

    I organize and store my diaper stash in a 12 bin toy storage unit that I bought at Target.

  93. Kelly said...

    I submitted a question (comment) for your post “Want extra comments for this week’s Fluff Friday??”!

  94. Carla said...

    I’m a follower!

  95. team krasean said...

    I keep my diapers in dresser drawers (the dresser is our changing table). We have three kids in cloth diapers, so we use 3 of our 8 drawers for diapers!! Small prefolds and covers in one, large prefold and covers in another and nighttime fuzzibunz and BumGenius in the other. It’s a lot of diapers, but our system seems to work!!

  96. team krasean said...

    I’m a subscriber.

  97. team krasean said...

    I have your button on my blog.

  98. team krasean said...

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  99. I just keep mine folded on the shelf of the Changing table. This works good until Charlie decides that they are toys. Wipes and covers go in the drawer.

  100. I have your button on my blog.

  101. I have a clothing divider hung in my children’s closet. I put different types of diapers on each level…but it’s still hard to keep everything orgnaized. I also try to seperate items needed for nightime diapering and items and diapers used for daytime diapering.

  102. I am a follower of your blog.

  103. Sara in Seattle said...

    I already answered about storage at home, but on the go I store my diaper bag just with 3-4 fitteds, but I always make sure to have a small tote in the trunk of the car with a stack of prefolds, an extra cover and a change of clothes.

  104. teriannm said...

    I have a cloth cart with 4 cubbies. I have a cubbie for cotton prefolds, a cubbie for bamboo prefolds, a cubbie for covers and a cubbie for my older daughter’s training pants/underpants. On top I have cloth wipes and snappies.
    I do like my system because it is easy to grab whatever I need quickly!
    teriannm AT gmail DOT com

  105. Madeline said...

    I keep mine in a free standing cupboard in my son’s room. It has 3 shelves, and fits all of his cloth diapers and diapering accessories perfectly. When he was smaller, I had a changing pad on top of the cupboard. It was the perfect height.

  106. Natalie said...

    I keep prefolds, fitteds and stuffed pockets in the drawer of the changing table, then covers, wool, inserts and liners in Ikea cloth drawer organizers on the shelves beneath. A wall shelf holds balm, snappies, wipes potion and cloth wipes.

  107. Natalie said...

    I am a follower!

  108. Natalie said...

    I’m a subscriber!

  109. brietta said...

    I am subscribed.

  110. brietta said...

    I store our diapers in the second drawer of a small, old dresser that doubles as a changing table. It works really, really well and I love that even my kids can keep the diapers organized this way!

  111. brietta said...

    I have a button on my blog.

  112. brietta said...

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  113. brietta said...

    I’m a fan of yours on facebook.

  114. erinsmomma said...

    My storage system seems to work well. I keep my diapers on the second shelf of the changing table. I only have pocket diapers, so I just stuff them once they come out of the dryer and they’re all set for when I need them.

  115. erinsmomma said...

    I just posted a comment on the Product Focus: Kissaluvs post.

  116. Katrina said...

    I left a comment on the Product Focus: Kissaluv’s post.

  117. Katrina said...

    Back when my stash consisted of only 26 BumGenius 3.0’s, I just stored them in my diaper stacker that hung on the nursery wall. Now that I have a much bigger stash, I organize and store them in a 12 bin toy organizer.

  118. Maggie said...

    I’m still pregnant and still not very organized.

  119. Molly said...

    My son’s changing pad is attached to the top of his dresser. The top drawer of the dresser holds extra inserts, extra pail liner, flushable liners, and other misc. Next to his dresser is a small, thin 2 tier wood shelf. On each of the shelves is a basket which stores his diapers. Works well for us and doesn’t take up much space!

    Molly [sumter11@yahoo.com]

  120. Amanda said...

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  121. Amanda said...

    Kelly…A suggestion for more room…store away the diaper sizes no longer in use (or not yet in use) and only keep the ones you are using at arms reach. That could give you more room at your changing station. :) I’m all about storing away items/toys/clothes my DD no longer uses to make more room for all the new stuff she seems to accumulate. LOL

  122. Sara in Seattle said...

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  123. Sara in Seattle said...

    commented on “ways to win more comments”…

  124. Dani said...

    commented on the Kissaluvs post.

  125. Dani said...

    We keep our diapers in 2 of the dresser drawers in my son’s room. It’s organized and keeps the clutter out of his small room.

  126. Kelly said...

    I am a Facebook fan! :)

  127. Kelly said...

    I have a button on my blog! :)

  128. Kelly said...

    In addition to our shelf by the changing table, I also use baskets. I’m still trying to figure out whether to store the extra wipes or diapers in the baskets but it depends on which I use more in the coming weeks and how many cloth diapers/which type of cloth diapers I end up using.

  129. Angela said...

    I have a two drawer clear plastic set that sits next to my bed. That is where I change her most of the time.

  130. Angela said...

    Our changing table is part of a chest of drawers, and it also has another little drawer (where Snappis and flushable liners go) and a cabinet (where the flats and covers go). I have a wet bag in a big plastic trash can with lid. I like how it’s organized, so that I only have to bend down to get a diaper, and I can keep my hand on my wiggly wiggly baby while I reach for a diaper.
    angelajtribie@yahoo.com

  131. Angela said...

    I commented on: “Want extra comments for this week’s Fluff Friday??”

  132. Angela said...

    commented on: Product Focus: Kissaluvs

  133. Angela said...

    I am also a Facebook fan!
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  134. Angela said...

    I have you button on my blog.

  135. Kelly said...

    Right now, I only use pocket diapers. I store them in a laundry basket under our changing table. I stuff them as I take them off the drying rack, so they are all ready to go when it is time for a diaper change. I also store pre-stuffed night time diapers (we use green bg’s for overnight, stuffed with two inserts), extra wipes, wet bags and the extra pain liner in the basket. It works great for us, but it is the only system we have ever used. That said, my daughter just started crawling, so now she likes to get into the basket and play with all her neatly folded diapers. This system may have to change, so this is a great topic for me to get new ideas!!!

  136. Meghan T. said...

    I store my cloth diapers in a rectangle basket on the shelf of my changing table. One side of the basket has a pile of prefolds and the other side of the basket has a stack of pocket diapers and a stack of diaper covers.
    On the shelf next to the basket are the wipes. Soon I hope to get a wipes warmer for them!

    meggietree79@yahoo.com

  137. Kelly said...

    I commented on Product Focus: Kissaluvs.

  138. Meghan T. said...

    I’m a facebook fan!

    And I forgot to say that I am very pleased with my system.

  139. Maggie said...

    I commented on Product Focus: Kissaluvs.

  140. Erika said...

    I am currently trying to find a system for my should be, but isn’t trained toddler. She wears a combo of all-in-ones, training pants, and sposies. I’m keeping all cloth in the top drawer of her dresser, but they are so large they take up the whole drawer! I just keep wishing she’d train:)

    ireland241 at adelphia dot net

  141. Jut and Chris said...

    I store my diapers on top of my lo’s dresser. I just stack the pockets in one pile, the prefolds into another pile, the ‘big’ inserts and ‘small’ inserts are in a pile, and the ‘special’ inserts make up the last pile. My covers, flushable liners, wet bags, snappi’s and old diapers are stored in the ‘diaper’ drawer in the dresser that is now too small to hold all of her diapers.

  142. Jut and Chris said...

    I’m a follower! 😉

  143. I commented on the Product Focus Article: Kissaluvs.

  144. I used to use wicker baskets on the shelves of my daughters changing table & found out quickly that I couldn't use anything without a lid on it because my daughter likes to play with everything. Now I use plastic storage containers with lids that aren't easy for her to get off. I love my system. It is easy and convenient for use because it is right there when I am changing my daughter. I never change my daughter any where else other than her changing table, so for me it is perfect. I have a diaper champ for the disposable wipes on one side of the changing table and on the other side a garbage can with a diaper pail liner in it to store my dirty diapers.

  145. I commented on; Product Focus: Kissaluvs.

  146. I store my diapers on the changing table but am learning of new ways from the other comments. This is my comment for today.

  147. EdenSky said...

    I store my diapers on an open shelved changing table with different wicker baskets for different kinds

  148. EdenSky said...

    I’m a follower

  149. Cecile said...

    I posted a comment on the Kissaluvs post

  150. Erika said...

    i’m a subscriber :)

  151. Erika said...

    And a follower.

  152. Erika said...

    Since I’m totally new cloth diapering, I’m trying to figure out my “system”.
    I think I figured a pretty good system…but I’ll know for sure once the baby actually comes and the system is in full use :)

    Right now I have a few baskets (from Target) and I have them turned on the sides and the diapers are stacked in them (but I can see them all). And then I have more diapers on top on the baskets.
    I like that I can see them all.

  153. tcbelieving said...

    I am a follower:-)

  154. tcbelieving said...

    I’m a subscriber!

  155. tcbelieving said...

    I use prefolds and covers with some microfiber and hemp inserts. I use a nursery crate organizer. It has shelves on one side and a covered basket on the other side. I fold all the prefolds and put them on shelves. I keep my wipes on the top with my stay dry liners and inserts. I keep my covers on the basket side just thrown in there:0 I put my disposables in the basket. We use them for overnights.

  156. xandraandsammyd said...

    I have a cloth/wood three drawer organizer right next to my changing table. The current dipes are in two drawers, the top for prestuffed night time pockets, the second for prestuffed daytime pockets, prefolds (already folded newspaper style), and covers. The third drawer has garbage bags (gasp!)for the sposies and bath lotions, etc for baby. On top of the organizer I have a small basket with a tub of wipes and some sposies. I also have another small basket on top for my cloth wipes, diaper potion, and fleece liners. I use a garbage pail on one side of the changing table for the sposies and have a large wet bag next to the baby’s hamper on the other side. It sounds confusing but is working out great as we are easing into CD with our newborn!

  157. xandraandsammyd said...

    I am a fan on facebook!

  158. I store diapers in one of those fabric boxes. I am lucky in that I bought a dresser to act as a changing table and it has a shelf under the top (where the highest drawer normally would be). It works out great because the box/tote thing holds my diapers PERFECTLY (I am currently using prefolds for day and bumGenius for night).

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  160. commented on “Product Focus: Kissaluvs”

  161. Erika said...

    I’ve commented on the “Kissaluvs” blog.

  162. Erika said...

    I’m also a Facebook fan.

  163. A Psych Mommy said...

    I put the fluff Fridays button on my blog at apsychreviews.blogspot.com

  164. Kelly said...

    I’m advertising FLUFF FRIDAYS on my blog! :)

  165. EdenSky said...

    posted on Kissaluvs product focus.

  166. Cristy said...

    I have a hanging sweater shelf in the closet that I bought that has all of my prefolds on it. The infant size is in the upper half and the premium size is on the lower shelfs. I have one shelf that has a pull out drawer where I put my covers that we are not currently using. I make my own fitteds and have a basket below ths sweater shelf that is full of those and my covers that are currently being used hang on an antique cloths drying rack next to the closet.( I am trying to not dry them in the drier very much) Right beside the closet is my “changing table” (actually a section of an old kitchen counter with 2 drawers and 2 cupboard doors) where I have a basket for all of my wipes and one drawer has all of my microfiber soakers, liners, diaper cream and snappis. All spoosies are inside the cabinet. ( I try to only use them when out of the house..) Right outside one of the nursery doors is the bathroom where I can reach the sink while still touching baby while gatting a wipe wet. The diaper pail is right between the toilet and tub for dumping solids and rinsing out diapers. This works GREAT for me! I really like the system. I can reach everything while still holding onto baby!!!
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  167. Cristy said...

    I am a fan on facebook too!!! YAY!!!
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  168. Kira said...

    I have a dresser/changing table combo that has drawers and a cabinet with two shelves. I also have a diaper stacker that was given to me as a gift. I didn’t think I’d use it but it works out perfectly to hang the diapers that are being used (it hangs from the changing station and fits 18-20 pocket diapers). Because I live in a condo, I can’t line dry my dipes outdoors, so I have a metal drying rack in the corner of baby girl’s room (next to the changing station and the window). I stuff all of the diapers before storing them (don’t trust hubby to know which inserts go in which dipes). In the cabinet of the changing station, I store the diapers that don’t fit in the stacker and I keep the nighttime dipes on a separate shelf so there’s no confusion (I think I have about 40 diapers total). On top of the station, I keep a medium sized Planet Wise wet bag in a basket and that’s where the poopy dipes go. I have a large Planet Wise bag hanging from the changing station for the peepee dipes. With the bags close by I don’t have to worry about what to do with baby while I deal with the dirties. Every other day, I do the wash and I have a second set of clean wetbags ready. On top of the station, I also keep my wipes warmer, wipe solution, and rash cream (as well as her liquid vitamin, nail clippers, and other things I use frequently). I keep the extra wipes and liners in the cabinet below.

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  169. Kira said...

    i’m also a fan on facebook

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  170. house-of-boys said...

    I store my diapers in lined baskets. Prefolds, pockets, and fitteds get their own basket. I also have a basket for wipes, safe diaper cream, snappies, and pins.

  171. house-of-boys said...

    I subscribe using Google reader!

  172. Kelly said...

    I left a comment on the post, “Product Focus: Kissaluvs.”

  173. brietta said...

    I’m now a follower, too!

  174. the momma said...

    Commented on the “Product Focus: Kissaluvs” post!

  175. the momma said...

    I store our diapers in a four shelf unit… sometimes the diapers make it into the bins, other times I shove on the shelves… and when I’m really lazy I just leave them stacked on the top of the changing table! I like my system right now… when DD#3 arrives in March/April, I’ll probably keep her diapers in the bins and the dipes for DD#1 and 2 (who will hopefully both be using them only for nap and night)on the lower shelves, probably out of bins. I keep a basket on the top of the shelf unit for extra doublers, hemp stuffers, wipes, cream, and whatever else ends up in there! For traveling, I have a wet bag with 2 pockets, so I keep clean dipes in 1 pocket and leave the other for dirties. Once our new baby arrives, I’ll probably just keep some extra dipes in a small diaper bag with a small wet bag already in there… so I can hopefully just grab and go!

  176. Kelly said...

    I currently only have one in diapers so just keeping my diapers on the shelf of the changing table has been easy. Now that I am converting to pocket diapers, I have them on one side mixed together (BG & FB) with my wipe container and extra stuffers in the middle then my older prefolds laying flat on the other side with the wraps folded up in the back of the shelf.

    As of now my system is great since I only change on a changing table and like I said, I only have one but that is going to change in 4 months and not sure how I am going to arrange my system when I need to keep track of different size diapers for each kid.

  177. team krasean said...

    I keep my diapers in dresser drawers (the dresser is our changing table). We have three kids in cloth diapers, so we use 3 of our 8 drawers for diapers!! Small prefolds and covers in one, large prefold and covers in another and nighttime fuzzibunz and BumGenius in the other. It’s a lot of diapers, but our system seems to work!!

  178. Kelly said...

    I am a follower of this blog.

  179. Kelly said...

    I am also a subscriber of this blog via Google Reader and .Mac Reader depending on which device I am on. Never want to miss a posting. :)

  180. the momma said...

    commented on the “Want extra comments for this week’s Fluff Friday??” post

  181. Kelly said...

    I left a comment on the Product Focus: Kissaluvs

  182. Kelly said...

    I left a comment on the “Earning Extra Comments for the Fluff Friday Giveaway” post

  183. tcbelieving said...

    I am a face book fan too!

  184. Montana Momma said...

    I prestuff all of my diapers after washing and store them put together in the drawers of my changing table… I also prestuff some thicker diapers for night time and store them in a separate drawer. Works pretty good right now.

  185. the momma said...

    commented on the “New one size fitted diaper!” post

  186. the momma said...

    commented on “Everything Has Its Place…” post

  187. MommyCat said...

    I commented on the Product Focus:Kissaluvs

  188. naturallia said...

    I mostly have two piles, one in the basket next to the table and one on top of the dresser. My prefolds go in the basket and everything else on top of the dresser. I really need to organize it better.

  189. Tishia Chambers said...

    I am a follower via Google Reader!

  190. Tishia Chambers said...

    I’m on facebook too.

  191. kira said...

    i commented on “everything has its place”

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  192. kira said...

    i commented on “new one-size fitted diaper”

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  193. I left a comment on Product Focus: Kissaluvs.

  194. I left a comment on new one size diaper.

  195. I left a comment on Everything has its own place.

  196. I don’t really like how my diapers are organized. They are just in a basket. But, I really don’t have a lot of room in our small apt so I am working with what I got. I saw on Serena organizes her diapers in her post and it gave me an idea to try.

  197. I’m a fan on facebook!!!!

  198. Angela said...

    Commented on: “Everything Has Its Place…”

  199. Angela said...

    I have a two drawer plastic set that I keep my diapers in. I do not have very many, so it works well for me.

  200. Angela said...

    Commented on: “New one size fitted diaper!”

  201. Angela said...

    commented on: “Want extra comments for this week’s Fluff Friday??”

  202. brietta said...

    I commented on “Everything In Its Place…”

  203. brietta said...

    I commented on “New one size fitted diaper!”

  204. Erika said...

    I commented on “everything has it’s place” blog. i loved reading and seeing the diaper stash!

  205. Erika said...

    I commented on the “new one sized fitted diaper” blog. OMG- i love love love the print :) too cute.

  206. Erika said...

    So I realized that I haven’t incorporated my cloth wipes into my diapering system!! (what was I thinking?!?) I think I’m going to go back to Target to get a couple more baskets so that I can stack them on top of my other baskets. I need a little more room, especially as my stash grows (and grows)!

  207. erinsmomma said...

    I keep my diapers are on a shelf of the changing table, but after reading some of the comments, I think I can do a much better job of organizing them! And actually right this moment all the clean ones are in a laundry basket on the dresser because I haven’t had time to put them away yet!

  208. erinsmomma said...

    I just posted a comment to “Everything has its place”

  209. erinsmomma said...

    I also posted a comment to “New one size fitted diaper”

  210. Amanda said...

    Commented on “Everything Has Its Place…”

  211. Amanda said...

    Commented on “New one size fitted diaper!”

  212. Amanda said...

    I am loving reading all of these post about organization! I'm glad I'm not the only neat-freak mama out there. 😉 I forgot to mention that I keep my Magic Stick ointment & Cheeky Clean cleansing spray on the top of the changing table between the rail & changing pad. It's just the right sized spot for stuff like that it makes it super easy to grab when needed. :)

  213. I made a comment on another post; New one size fitted diaper!

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  215. Maggie said...

    I’m still pregnant and still working on an organizational system.

  216. Maggie said...

    I left a comment on Everything Has its Place…

  217. Maggie said...

    I left a comment on New one size fitted diaper!

  218. mommasboys said...

    I am using my sons changing table which is working great for now!
    The most used diaps are on the main shelf and the less used ones on the bottom. We do a lot of coverless time which is why we have so many without PUL, this is also why i have so many (flats and prefolds), because i change very frequently.

  219. mommasboys said...

    commented on want extra comments!

  220. mommasboys said...

    your button is son my blog which is still under construction!

  221. Kelly said...

    Left a comment on the “New one size fitted diaper!” post.

  222. Kelly said...

    Left a comment on the “Everything has a place” post

  223. Kelly said...

    I am a Facebook Fan.

  224. Kelly said...

    I also have your Fluff Friday Giveaway on my blog.

  225. Kelly said...

    I took pictures this morning of my changing table with my diaper stash and was excited to enter the extra giveaway. But then I saw Serena's post and I definitely can't compete with that but will submit just for the fun of it anyway.

    My system comprises of prefolds in a flat pile on one side of my open shelf changing table and pre-stuffed pockets (BG & FB) laying open on the opposite side of the shelf with my wipe container with moist wipes and extra doublers in the middle. And in the back I have all my wraps for the prefold folded up.

  226. Kelly said...

    I organize my diapers in a laundry basket on the bottom shelf of my changing table. Although if I find a cute bin, the basket will definitely get upgraded! I stuff my diapers as I pull them off the drying rack, so the basket holds my ready to go diapers, as well as extra wipes, wet bags, extra pail liner and doublers/extra inserts. We also use the green bum genius as our overnight diapers, so there are a couple of those stuffed for night time use that we know are for nights so we don’t accidentally put one of those on during the day. My husband did that once and it made for a very big bootie baby trying to roll around :)

  227. Katrina said...

    I left a comment on the post Everything Has It’s Place

  228. Katrina said...

    I left a comment on the post New One Size Fitted Diaper

  229. Katrina said...

    I store my fluff stash in a 12 bin toy organizer – everything has it’s own spot and looks cute too.

  230. commented on “New one size fitted diaper!”

  231. commented on “Everything Has a Place”

  232. I am wondering how I am going to organize my diapers once I start using bigger prefolds! I may have to start folding them :( I love being able to just lay them flat in the tote.

  233. Meghan T. said...

    Although I like my system I have now, I know I will have to expand it as my stash slowly grows. I cannot wait for the day that we will be totally cloth diapering.

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  234. Meghan T. said...

    I commented on “Product Focus: Kissaluvs”

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  235. Meghan T. said...

    I commented on “New One Size Fitted Diaper!”

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  236. Senior Family said...

    I store my diapers in 2 bins . one for I and one for E . and on the shelf below is the prefolds and a box of wipes and creams. I also have a plastic drawer set next to the shelf with extra inserts , pail liners and covers. i think i like this system for now.

  237. Meghan T. said...

    I commented on “Everything Has Its Place…”

    meggietree79@yahoo.com

  238. Senior Family said...

    i have your fluff friday button on my blog :O)

  239. Senior Family said...

    i commented on the everything has it’s place post :) awesome post btw 😉

  240. Umm Sayf said...

    I love my storage system.
    I use a diaper changing table that has 3 large drawers underneath, plus a shelf.
    I store all of my prefolds and pockets (unstuffed) in the top drawer, and microfiber stuffings on the shelf, along with swaddling blankets that I use daily.
    I also use my wipe warmer, and keep that on the top of the table.

  241. Umm Sayf said...

    I am a follower. . . how do I subscribe?

  242. Nikki said...

    Upstairs in my son’s room there really isn’t room for storing outgrown diapers, so I don’t know what I”m going to do when I move him up to the larger sizes of prefolds. I’m thinking maybe a rubbermaid tote will work. It may have to go under the crib. We’re thinking about trying for another baby soon so I probably won’t have to store them for too long, hopefully.

    My other diaper storage problem is my diaper bag. It’s never organized!

  243. I store my diapers on a drying rack in my son’s room. This started as a way to give my AIO’s a little extra drying-time. So, now everything just kinda hangs out on the drying rack. it’s not the best system, but it works for us.

  244. Sara in Seattle said...

    commented on “everything has its place”

  245. Sara in Seattle said...

    commented on “kissaluvs new one-size diaper”

  246. Rhonnie said...

    We have a 3 drawer sterilite thing on wheels that stores most of our dipes. Fitteds in one, OS in one, pf’s wool, etc in the last. It works pretty well for us :)

  247. I used to use wicker baskets on the shelves of my daughters changing table & found out quickly that I couldn't use anything without a lid on it because my daughter likes to play with everything. Now I use plastic storage containers with lids that aren't easy for her to get off. I love my system. It is easy and convenient for use because it is right there when I am changing my daughter. I never change my daughter any where else other than her changing table, so for me it is perfect. I have a diaper champ for the disposable wipes on one side of the changing table and on the other side a garbage can with a diaper pail liner in it to store my dirty diapers.

  248. I store my diapers in my sons’ closet in a hanging organizer. I have prefolds and covers on one shelf. Large and extra large fuzzi bunz with their inserts on another shelf. Extras, hemp inserts for nighttime, fleece liners for when I use diaper cream…etc, are on a third shelf. In my room I have items for my 2 month old in a basket near the changing table. I have 3 boys who where diapers all of different sizes so there is a lot to keep organized!

  249. I am a fan on facebook.

  250. I put a button about your shop on my blog but I’m having trouble getting it on my sidebar. I use blogspot. Any ideas?

  251. Kevin and Megan said...

    We have our diapers in baskets in the changing table. Covers and diapers in one and inserts in another.

    thesisks at gmail dot com

  252. Erika said...

    I left a comment on Everything has its Place.

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  253. Erika said...

    As a newbie to cloth, I’m still working on a good system for organizing cloth diapers on the go. They take up so much room in my diaper bag. I liked the post about just leaving a couple prefolds and an extra wrap in the car. I’m going to try that.

    ireland 241 at adelphia dot net

  254. Tanya said...

    We use canvas baskets in the changing table to hold our diapers. I organize by type and then color.

  255. Tanya said...

    I am a follower.

  256. Tanya said...

    I love the new Kissaluv print picture! I left a comment on the image post.

  257. Honestly…we don’t really have a storage method yet and it is driving me crazy! We don’t really have enough diapers to store they are almost always in the wash, on the boys, or in a laundry basket waiting to be stuffed (all pockets). As we collect more diapers I guess I will have to be more proactive about organizing them.

  258. I have your button on the right side of my blog.

  259. Tanya said...

    I’m a fan on facebook!

  260. Posted a comment on “Everything Has Its Place…”.

  261. Posted a comment on “New one size fitted diaper!”

  262. Kelly said...

    I posted a comment on “Everything has its place…”

  263. Natalie Watt said...

    I am currently pregnant with my first, and don’t have enough of a stash to have a system yet. I am working on it, though!

    nat8199 at hotmail dot com

  264. Natalie said...

    I am a follower!

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  265. Dani said...

    We keep our diapers in 2 drawers of my son’s dresser – organized and out of sight.

  266. Dani said...

    Commented on Serena’s amazingly organized diaper system!

  267. Dani said...

    Commented on the sneak peak of the Kissaluvs one-size diaper – I hope I win this week!

  268. Umm Sayf said...

    yea!! I’m a subscriber now too.
    I’m planning on sending in a pic, too, but I just saw that post today, and it is possibly the worst possible day to take a pic, since I have unfolded dipes everywhere . .. we’ll see if I get it cleaned up by 5pm Pacific! :)

  269. Umm Sayf said...

    and. . . I have the fluff friday button on my blog. . .
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  270. A Psych Mommy said...

    Right now I need to think of a new way of storage. I’m addicted to buying cloth diapers and it is starting to overflow the two drawers that I have dedicated to them. As it is, the prefolds are just folded on the side! Can’t wait to see some pics of how others organize–I love Serena’s organization!

  271. Kelly said...

    I commented on the post, “Everything Has Its Place…”

  272. Kelly said...

    I also use baskets to organize some of my diapers and wipes. I store diapers that are too big for my newborn in baskets that I am able to stack in the top of her closet. Also, I keep a basket of dry wipes on our changing table, next to my “Happy Heiny’s Heiny Wash.” I got the baskets inexpensively at the Goodwill and they work great for storing/sorting fluff stuff! :)

  273. team krasean said...

    I keep my diapers in dresser drawers (the dresser is our changing table). We have three kids in cloth diapers, so we use 3 of our 8 drawers for diapers!! Small prefolds and covers in one, large prefold and covers in another and nighttime fuzzibunz and BumGenius in the other. It’s a lot of diapers, but our system seems to work!!

  274. EdenSky said...

    I store my diapers in wicker baskets on an open shelved change table. I like this system because everything in in reach, but I can keep things separate and tidy.

  275. I’M a fan on Facebook.

  276. I left a comment on Product Focus: Kissaluvs.

  277. AngieJ said...

    I have a nursery organzier cube that I bought its real neat. I has 2 cubes on the left side where i place the diapers in. then 3 small shelves on the right for wipes doublers, and a drop cube that has a lid that i place anything that we are not suing.. I love this things

  278. mikoto127 said...

    I store my diapers in a clean laundry basket in the living room! It works…and it’s convenient!

  279. mikoto127 said...

    Also, I am now a follower!

  280. mikoto127 said...

    Commented on the Product Focus: Kissaluv post!

  281. Jackie said...

    I have a cart that I keep my diapers on, but they are such a mess. I really need to figure out a better system!

  282. Jackie said...

    I’m a subscriber!

  283. Jackie said...

    I am a follower!

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  284. JustForMommy said...

    My son outgrew his bassinet so currently they’re all organized in there. I didn’t want to disappoint my husband since he went out and picked this bassinet all by himself. Usually I am picky and want to do such things myself, but he did a great job. I felt bad when our youngest could no longer sleep in there, so I decided to put it to better use. Thankfully I keep it right next to where the crib is. We have a very small space and our changing table is in the closet where I don’t have much access to it. It’s nice to have the extra room and be able to reach everything at the same time.

  285. Angela said...

    commented on: “Mission Organization: Cloth Diaper Storage”

  286. Angela said...

    I only have 15 pocket diapers and flats w/covers so my stash of fluff easiely fits in to a two drawer plastic set. I keep my wipes warmer on top and it is all next to my bed. It works well for us.

  287. Amanda said...

    commented on “Mission Organization: Cloth Diaper Storage”

  288. the momma said...

    commented on “Mission Organization: Cloth Diaper Storage” post

  289. Amanda said...

    JustForMommy…that is a great idea to re-purpose your bassinet. If you ever end up needing a different storage solution for your diapers then another use for the bassinet could be stuffed animals. We arrange all of our DD’s stuffed animals in her cradle. :)

  290. brietta said...

    I commented on “Mission Organization: Cloth Diaper Storage”

  291. the momma said...

    I store ours in a 4 shelf unit, prestuffed, so they are ready to grab and go. I keep wipes, hemp and extra stuffers, in a basket on top of the shelf unit. When DD#3 arrives in March/April, I’ll probably just move the shelf unit into her room and attach the changing pad to her dresser… or get a new dresser for big sister and move the diaper changing area into new baby’s room. I’ll probably also keep a couple of dipes and wipes in the bottom shelf of her bassinet, which will be in our bedroom for 5 or more months, most likely. I am not a morning person, so while the baby nurses so early in the AM, I keep her within arm’s reach! When she arrives, I’ll have 3 girls using the dipes- DD1 for naps and nights, DD2 perhaps 2 during the day and also for naps and night, and DD3 in the cutest, smallest fluff I have! So, DD3’s fluff will go on the first 2 or 3 shelves (since they are littler, they’ll cram in a lot more in the same area) and DD1 and 2’s dipes on the bottom shelf. I’ve been thinking that I’ll get DD3 into my bumgenius 3.0 as soon as she’ll fit, so that will leave me w 6 fuzzi bunz for DD1 and 2. I may keep 2 or 3 bumgenius for the older girls- probably in 1 specific color- and leave all the others snapped down to newborn size.

  292. erinsmomma said...

    After reading all these posts I can definitely do better than just stacking them on the changing table shelves! Now I’m really looking forward to reorganizing my diaper stash!

  293. erinsmomma said...

    I posted a comment to “Mission Organization: Cloth Diaper Storage”

  294. Maggie said...

    I’m pregnant and working on an organization system. Your ideas are a big help.

  295. Maggie said...

    I left a comment on “Mission Organization: Cloth Diaper Storage”.

  296. Kelly said...

    I posted a comment on Mission Organization: Cloth Diaper Storage.

  297. Kelly said...

    I store my pre-stuffed pocket diapers in a laundry basket on the bottom shelf of my changing table. It also hold extra wipes, wet bags, extra pail liner and extra doublers. We also have our green colored bum genius stuffed for night time use. This system totally works for us for now, but if we ever have two in diapers at the same time, I will probably need to revise my system because after laundry is done, the basket is pretty full. And thanks to this post, I have tons of different ideas of what to do when that happens. Or what I might just modify to right now! So many cute and functional ideas!

  298. Katrina said...

    I store my fluff in a 12 bin toy storage container as seen in today’s post :)

  299. Liza said...

    My storage system is pretty simple – I use small plastic boxes on the changing table. One box is for my pocket diapers, one box is for fitteds/contours, one box is for covers, and all of my prefolds just get stacked up. Then I have a spot for hand sanitizer, snappis, baking soda for stinks, and a small plastic box for cloth wipes and wipes solution spray bottle.

  300. Liza said...

    I am a follower now!

  301. Liza said...

    I posted a comment on Mission Organization: Cloth Diaper Storage by katrina

  302. Liza said...

    I posted a comment on Everything Has It’s Place

  303. Liza said...

    I added your picture flashy link thing to my blog :)

  304. Liza said...

    added a comment on New ONe Size Fitted

  305. Liza said...

    added a comment on Product Focus: Kissaluvs

  306. Meghan T. said...

    I commented on “Mission Organization: Cloth Diaper Storage”

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  307. Katie said...

    As posted before, all diapers are in baskets on a bookshelf in my living room!! I do not have many diapers, so they do not take up much space.

  308. Katie said...

    I commented on Mission: Cloth Diaper Organization

  309. Katie said...

    I commented on the kissaluvs one size fitted post

  310. Sara in Seattle said...

    commented on “mission organization”

  311. Cecile said...

    I posted a comment on Mission organization

  312. Dani said...

    We keep our diapers in 2 of my son’s dresser drawers -I like it b/c it’s out of sight.

  313. I used to use wicker baskets on the shelves of my daughters changing table & found out quickly that I couldn't use anything without a lid on it because my daughter likes to play with everything. Now I use plastic storage containers with lids that aren't easy for her to get off. I love my system. It is easy and convenient for use because it is right there when I am changing my daughter. I never change my daughter any where else other than her changing table, so for me it is perfect. I have a diaper champ for the disposable wipes on one side of the changing table and on the other side a garbage can with a diaper pail liner in it to store my dirty diapers.

  314. The Hartmans said...

    How do you store your diapers?

    Right now I keep them under my baby’s bed. I don’t like the current way I store them, but don’t have another way.

  315. The Hartmans said...

    I am a fan on Facebook.

  316. The Hartmans said...

    I advertised on my CafeMom profile page here:

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  317. The Hartmans said...

    I am a follower by subscribing to the blog.

  318. dianna said...

    I am a follower!

  319. dianna said...

    I store my cd in two wicker baskets one upstairs one down

  320. Montana Mama said...

    I am a follower of this blog.

  321. Montana Mama said...

    I have your Fluff Fridays Gadget on my blog page!

  322. Montana Mama said...

    I currently am using a little three-shelf storage tower with bins in two of the spaces. I use prefolds right now (I’m starting to expand my collection slowly) and I fold them in thirds and then in half and I can fit about 16 in a bin. In the next bin, I store my diaper covers and my one Fuzzibunz pocket diaper I have now. On the top shelf I stack my folded wipes, doublers, inserts and my Snappi. And last, but not least, I store a bottle of wipes solution and cloth-diaper-friendly diaper cream on top! It doesn’t take up a lot of space, but I’m sure as my collection expands I’ll need more room. :)

  323. Montana Mama said...

    I left a comment on your “New one-size fitted diaper” post.

  324. Erika said...

    i commented on the “mission organization” blog..i love seeing/reading everyone’s storage ideas. it’s giving me some ideas…..

  325. Erika said...

    another storage thought….right now my stash is only downstairs. but once baby actually arrives, i’ll be needing a system upstairs too!!
    luckily i have a, (empty) little bedside bureau/table. i think i’ll put the diapers in there for night time. and then use the top of my bureau for the changing pad.

    guess that means i’ll have to buy another wet bag (from planet wise)!! :)

  326. Carol said...

    I am currently expecting so I haven’t figured out a system yet. Reading all of these comments has certainly given me some ideas though!

  327. Carol said...

    I am a follower.

  328. Katrina said...

    I left a comment on the post Mission Organization: Cloth Diaper Storage

  329. Carol said...

    I commented on Everything Has It’s Place.

  330. Carol said...

    I also commented on Mission Organization. Thanks for all of the storage ideas!

  331. Shannon said...

    I only have one in diapers, and she is 18 months old, so I don’t have too many diapers to store. We use mostly prefolds and covers. Everything fits nicely in the top drawer of her dresser/changing table — prefolds, covers, snappis, doublers, a few fitteds, and a few AIOs. The nighttime diapers I keep in the second drawer with her jammies.

  332. Shannon said...

    I am a subscriber! (via google reader)

  333. Erika said...

    As previously posted, I keep my diapers in a 3 drawer cart. However, I am constantly guilty of leaving a drawer open. Now that my baby is more mobile, she loves to take out her diapers and throw them around. I must get better at shutting the drawers:)

    ireland241 at adelphia dot net

  334. Shannon said...

    I have your button on my blog!

  335. brietta said...

    I commented on “Change to Cloth Campaigne – Winner + Runner Up”

  336. Maggie said...

    I left a comment on “Change to Cloth Campaign – WINNER + RUNER UP!”

  337. Katrina said...

    I left a comment on the Change to Cloth campaign Winner’s post

  338. Storage can be difficult with 3 little boys but it does save time if I can stay organized. I sort by size, overnight inserts and daytime inserts, pocket diapers, and prefolds. My 2 month olds diapers stay by the changing table in a basket. My 2 year old and 4 year old’s diapers are in the closet in their room. I’ve hung a clothing divider that has 4 shelves. I put different style diapers on each shelf. It works!

  339. I posted a comment about the new kissuluv one size fits all diaper.

  340. I put a button on my blog about your site.

  341. “Mission Organization: Cloth Diaper Storage” Left comment thanks

  342. Posted a comment on “Mission Organization: Cloth Diaper Storage”

  343. I am getting great ideas from this weeks posts on organization. I am planning to redo my boys closet this weekend so…we’ll see. (Wed comment).

  344. Meghan T. said...

    I am now a follower. Yay! :)

  345. *~*allie*~* said...

    I only have 5 cloth diapers–waiting for a fluff shipment of 10! So, they currently all reside in the bottom of my baby’s (large) dresser, just waiting to be better placed when there are more to organize! I love reading everyone else’s ideas, though–great advice!

  346. *~*allie*~* said...

    I subscribe via google reader!

  347. Meghan T. said...

    I keep my cloth diapers in a basket on the shelf of my changing table. It works for now, but I will have to figure something else out as my stash grows!

  348. Angela said...

    commented in: “Change to Cloth Campaign – WINNER + RUNER UP!”

  349. Meghan T. said...

    I commented on “Change to Cloth Campaign – WINNER + RUNNER UP!”

  350. Meghan T. said...

    I am a subscriber on My Yahoo.

  351. Umm Sayf said...

    I decided, after seeing the beautiful pics of the stuffed pockets in baskets, to start stuffing mine again before storing them in the drawer! Yea me! It looks much nicer this way, and it’s basically the ease of an AIO.

  352. Sara in Seattle said...

    commented on the change to cloth campaign winner unveiling post

  353. Amanda said...

    commented on “Change to Cloth Campaign – WINNER + RUNER UP!”

  354. EdenSky said...

    I store my diapers in wicker baskets on an open shelved change table

  355. EdenSky said...

    commented on Change to Cloth winners.

  356. EdenSky said...

    commented on Mission Organization

  357. ehudwill said...

    My wife and I keep our son’s diapers folded and stacked on a shelf of our changing table.

  358. Kelly said...

    After seeing the two post on organizing diapers I first have to say that I do not nearly have the stash that these moms are lucky to have but then it makes my organizing a little simplier too. I have my prefolds seperated and laying flat on one side of our changing table and then all of my pocket diapers stuffed and flat on the other side with all my accessories in the middle. This system works good for me for the time but most likely will change in four months when #3 arrives.

  359. Kelly said...

    Left a comment on the Mission Organization post this morning.

  360. Beth said...

    We have a regular changing table and I have a basket system. Shelf below the baby has two big and 1 small basket – one big for prefolds, one big for pockets, and the small for covers. ON the bottom shelf are piles of doublers, rarely used prefolds, and pail liners. It works pretty well!

    OH, and over the table is a small peg rack – on it I hung small baskets to hold lotions and extra snappis.

  361. Kelly said...

    Since I am pregnant and HATE going up and down stairs, I also store some of my cloth diapers and wipes in our family room. I bought one of those storage ottoman things with a lid (it looks like a foot stool or cube you can sit on). It works out GREAT for changing my toddler, since we’re in the family room most of the day and I just have to pull out a new diaper from the storage ottoman, change her, and voila – clean diaper on my toddler and diapers are hidden from view but stored away! I LOVE storage ottomans – they fit into the living room and are a good place to hide diapers and toys in addition to working as extra seating!

  362. Kelly said...

    I posted a comment to the blog entry, “Change to Cloth Campaign – WINNER + RUNNER-UP!”

  363. Kelly said...

    Left a comment on the Change to Cloth Campaign Winners post.

  364. the momma said...

    commented on the “Super Organized Busy Mom” post

  365. MommyCat said...

    I left a comment on the Kissaluvs new print post.

  366. MommyCat said...

    I have the Fluff Friday button on my blog

  367. MommyCat said...

    I left a comment on the Mission Organization post.

  368. MommyCat said...

    I’m a follower!

  369. Angela said...

    commented on:”Super Organized Busy Mom”

  370. Angela said...

    I have just two plastic drawers, I do not have very many diapers, so this works well for me.

  371. brietta said...

    I commented on “Super Organized Busy Mom”

  372. Katrina said...

    I left a comment on Super Busy Organized Mom

  373. erinsmomma said...

    I posted a comment to “Super Organized Busy Mom”

  374. erinsmomma said...

    I commented on the Change to Cloth Campaign Winner and Runner-up post.

  375. erinsmomma said...

    This Fluff Friday contest has really gotten me to think about how I can better organize my diapers. Right now they are just stacked on the changing table shelf. I will definitely be re-evaluating how I can make my diapering supplies easier to access and store.

  376. Katie said...

    I commented on Super Organized Busy Mom

  377. Katie said...

    Mine diapers are in wicker baskets in my living room!!

  378. I used to use wicker baskets on the shelves of my daughters changing table & found out quickly that I couldn't use anything without a lid on it because my daughter likes to play with everything. Now I use plastic storage containers with lids that aren't easy for her to get off. I love my system. It is easy and convenient for use because it is right there when I am changing my daughter. I never change my daughter any where else other than her changing table, so for me it is perfect. I have a diaper champ for the disposable wipes on one side of the changing table and on the other side a garbage can with a diaper pail liner in it to store my dirty diapers.

  379. Maggie said...

    I’m still pregnant and still working on a system that will work for me. I’m loving the tips here.

  380. Maggie said...

    I left a comment on Super Organized Busy Mom.

  381. Christy said...

    my storage of my diapers is pretty horrible i usually just stuff them all in a big drawer or the couch and stuff them as i need then and its so time consuming i really love it when i am in a motivated mood and stuff them before i put them away its so nice to just grab one ready to go!!

  382. Christy said...

    i am also a follower

  383. Kelly said...

    We use a laundry basket on the bottom shelf of our changing table. It holds stuffed pocket diapers, diapers stuffed for night time, extra wipes, doublers, extra pail liner, and wet bags. It is pretty full, so I may need to upgrade my system, but it works well for us now. I just grab the basket and head to the drying rack once my freshly laundered diapers are dry.

  384. commented on
    “Super Organized Busy Mom”

  385. Liza said...

    i commented on super organized busy mom

  386. Liza said...

    commented on change to cloth campaign winner and runner up

  387. Liza said...

    my storage set up is that i use little plastic totes on the changing table, one for pockets, one for fitteds, one for covers, a small one for wipes, and then i stack my prefolds in an open area.

  388. Dani said...

    We keep our diaps in 2 drawers of my son’s dresser – we like it b/c it’s organized and hidden away.

  389. Dani said...

    commented on todays Super Organized post

  390. Dani said...

    I left a comment on the Change to Cloth Campaign – it was fun to read – Thanks!

  391. Amanda said...

    commented on “Super Organized Busy Mom”

  392. Umm Sayf said...

    I just commented on “Organized Busy Mom”

  393. EdenSky said...

    I store my dipes in baskets on the change table. I like this system because everything is within reach.

  394. brietta said...

    This is entry #1 for submitting a photo.

  395. brietta said...

    This is comment #2 for submitting a photo.

  396. brietta said...

    I left a comment on “More Ways to Organize”

  397. Kelly said...

    This is one of my extra entries for submitting a picture.

  398. Kelly said...

    And here is the second.

  399. erinsmomma said...

    I submitted a picture and just got the okay to post more entries.

  400. erinsmomma said...

    I submitted a picture of my diapies and got an email to make 2 entries.

  401. erinsmomma said...

    I posted a comment to “More ways to organize”

  402. A Psych Mommy said...

    My photo was posted :) 1

  403. A Psych Mommy said...

    My photo was posted :) 2

  404. A Psych Mommy said...

    My photo was posted :) 3

  405. A Psych Mommy said...

    My photo was posted :) 4

  406. A Psych Mommy said...

    My photo was posted :) 5

  407. Kelly said...

    Comment 1: My photo was posted! :)

  408. Kelly said...

    Comment 2: My photo was posted! :)

  409. Kelly said...

    Comment 3: My photo was posted! :)

  410. mommasboys said...

    1 my photo was posted

  411. mommasboys said...

    2 my photo was posted

  412. mommasboys said...

    3 my photo was posted

  413. mommasboys said...

    4 my photo was posted

  414. mommasboys said...

    5 my photo was posted, Thanks!

  415. Maggie said...

    I left a comment on “More ways to organize!!”

  416. Carol said...

    I commented on Super Organized Busy Mom.

  417. Katrina said...

    I commented on the post More Ways to Organize.

  418. Katrina said...

    I organize and store my fluff in a 12 bin toy storage unit. :)

  419. I store my diapers in two areas. One basket is just for my 2 month old. I have his daytime and nighttime diapers seperated in the basket.

    In my sons’ bedroom closet, I have a hanging clothes orgnaizer. I put different diapers on different shelves. Prefolds and covers on one shelf, FB and inserts on another. I have nighttime stuff on a third.

  420. Kelly said...

    Left a comment on “More ways to organize!!” post.

  421. Kelly said...

    Yeah, 1 of 2 extra posts for submitting my photos for the organization contest.

  422. Kelly said...

    Yeah, 2 of 2 extra posts for submitting my photos for the organization contest.

  423. Kelly said...

    I posted a comment to the blog entry, “Super Organized Busy Mom”! :)

  424. Kelly said...

    Comment 4: My photo was posted! :)

  425. Kelly said...

    Comment 5: My photo was posted! :)

  426. Kelly said...

    left a comment on “Super Organized Busy Mom” post.

  427. Bayla said...

    I keep my diapers in a plastic bin by the changing table. Inserts and wipes are kept in a small plastic garbage can!

  428. Bayla said...

    I am a facebook fan!

  429. Angela said...

    commented on: “More ways to organize!!”

  430. Kelly said...

    This was such a great week’s giveaway question. It has been so great to see everyone’s post. I usually try to read each and every comment as added each day but I think this was the biggest commented week every! So great that the blog has such an awesome following.

    My organization changed just a little this morning due to all the ideas I have gotten this week. I now folded my pre-stuffed pocket diapers so that I could see the fluff colors that I have now. All my pockets sit on one side of my changing table shelf and my older prefold diapers are opposite them with all my accessories in the middle.

    thanks for a great week of posts!

  431. Angela said...

    Post 1: Thanks for using my picture I really loved all the colorful pictures.

  432. Angela said...

    Post 2: You guys have make me want a diaper changing table, they look like they work out so well.

  433. Angela said...

    Post 3: I have to find out about how many diapers people have in their stash now.

  434. Angela said...

    Post 4: I love the basket idea… I will have to figure out how that will work for me:)

  435. Angela said...

    Post 5: I think I need more colors in my stash… I love everyones colorful stashes:)

  436. Erika said...

    I was just given SO many prefolds from my sister and I have way too many for my current diaper stash system….

    I’m thinking that I need to get some plastic bins or drawers for them and then put in the closet as “back-up”.

    Geez- after seeing all these ideas, I’m constantly getting ideas! I love it :)

  437. Erika said...

    My picture was chosen!! Bonus entry #1!

  438. Erika said...

    Yahoo- my picture was picked…Bonus entry #2 :)

  439. Erika said...

    This rocks….I love that my diaper stash picture was chosen…. Bonus entry #3!

  440. Erika said...

    I love this weeks giveaway! Bonus entry #4 (since my picture was chosen)!

  441. Erika said...

    Good luck everyone.
    Bonus entry #5 (my picture was chosen)!

  442. Meghan T. said...

    I have my cloth diapers in baskets on my changing table shelf. It works for now. But seeing all the pictures of other Mom’s systems have given me ideas on how to make it better!

  443. I left a comment on Change to cloth Campaign.

  444. I left a comment on Super busy organized mom.

  445. I left a comment on More Ways to Organize.

  446. I commented on the “More ways to Organize” photos.

  447. Sara in Seattle said...

    commented on super organized busy mom

  448. Sara in Seattle said...

    extra post for sending a photo!

  449. Sara in Seattle said...

    extra post #2 for sending a photo!

  450. Dani said...

    Commented on “More Ways to Organize” post – this week has been so fun to see and hear from different people how they organize their diapers. It’s inspiring me to reorganize our diaper stash.

  451. Rachael said...

    I store my diapers in 3 colorful bins on a huge bookshelf. I’m in the process of figuring something else out, though.. because that bookshelf is in our living room and I want all the diaper stuff to go in the bedroom! I also have too many diapers for the current set up!

  452. Rachael said...

    I’m a follower!

  453. Rachael said...

    I’m a subscriber, too!

  454. Kira said...

    here is my 1st xtra entry for submitting a photo…

    kira_williams2003atyahoodotcom

  455. Kira said...

    here is my 2nd xtra entry for submitting a photo…

    kira_williams2003atyahoodotcom

  456. Amanda said...

    Commented on “More ways to organize!!”

  457. Amanda said...

    Extra comment #1

  458. Amanda said...

    Extra comment #2

  459. Amanda said...

    Extra comment #3

  460. Amanda said...

    Extra comment #4

  461. Amanda said...

    Extra comment #5

    Thank You!!! :)

  462. Kelly said...

    I commented on the post, “More ways to organize!!”

  463. Kelly said...

    Comment/question for Thursday for this post: Since we are talking about organization and cloth diaper storage, does anyone have any tips on how to store diapers for the long-term…when you want to save them for the next kiddo that comes along and your current kid outgrows them? I’ve been wondering about that. I don’t want to store them in anything that would retain moisture (so I doubt putting them in a tub in the basement would work well). And I would NEVER want to store them with moth balls (yucky chemicals). Any tips on long-term cloth diaper storage to keep them in decent condition, mold/moisture/moth-free? Since I’m just starting with cloth, I don’t need to worry about it yet but I expect our newborn will outgrow her NB diapers before we know it! Thanks!

  464. Sara in Seattle said...

    commented on “more ways to organize”

  465. Katie said...

    I posted on “More ways to organize”

  466. Erika said...

    I commented on the “super organized busy mom” blog. Love seeing how efficient she is :)

  467. Cecile said...

    Picture on the last post

  468. Cecile said...

    Second entry. I don’t have that many diapers that I need a lot of organisation, but it does help to have the diapers all stuffed and to have day and sleep diapers separated.

  469. Cecile said...

    It’s amazing to me how addicting cloth diapering is! I wonder if dads also get this urge to check out Kelly’s closet website every day… LOL!

  470. Cecile said...

    I think this is my fourth comment. This has been my favorite post this last month. Lots of great ideas.

  471. Cecile said...

    Fifth entry and last one.

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