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Fluff Fridays – Week 14 **** CLOSED ****

Welcome to this week’s giveaway!!!!

What would you win? The winner will get:
* 6 SoftBums Perfect Fit Diapers
* 18 Snap in Inserts
This super generous giveaway is given directly by the manufacturer of SoftBums.. A retail value of $320.00
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What to do? Simply leave a comment telling us do you have more than one baby in diapers?? how do you manage?? If you only have one child tell us what you think you would manage with two babies on diapers. Don’t forget to leave a way for us to contact you if you’re the winner. You don’t need to have a blog to win, but be sure to leave your email address if you don’t have one.

When? You should leave your comment before Thursday, February 5th at 8pm EST.
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What else to know? You can make ONE comment PER DAY. If you want to get more comments there are several ways to do it:

1 – Being or becoming one of our followers gives you one extra comment PER GIVEAWAY, NOT PER DAY. Simply post a comment saying that you are a follower.
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3 – Commenting in other posts during the week will give you ONE EXTRA comment PER EACH comment that you make. Simply post a comment on this one saying the title of the post where you wrote your comment. So, what are you waiting for?? Participating on other posts pays off!!!
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Still confused?? Visit our FAQ’s.

How? We will draw one winner randomly with an “Online Number Generator” and will make a post with the winner on Friday, February 6th, and will notify the winner by blog or email that they’ve won.

Who can participate? US Residents and Canadians are welcome!

Important note about the winner: If we havent hear from the winner by the closing time of next week’s giveaway, we will be choosing another winner that will be published TOGETHER with next week’s winner. We promise to do our best to get in contact with the winners. Canadians winners will be responsable for shipping costs.

Good luck, and don’t forget to tell all your family and friends about the giveaway! In case that you dont win, what a better person to win that a friend of yours!!

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549 comments:

  1. Sarah L. said...

    I have two babies in cloth diapers – twins as a matter of fact. The way to survival here? Organization, organization, organization! There’s no room to slack – washing, stuffing, putting away and giving my babies fluffy bums is routine. And that routine makes things so easy on us :-)

  2. Birrd said...

    I have two in diapers and two that still wet the bed at night. Cloth is perfect for me because I can just throw everybody’s everything in the wash first thing in the morning. I’m saving soooooooo much money!

  3. Birrd said...

    I’m a follower.

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  5. A Psych Mommy said...

    I only have one baby in diapers right now. So far we are doing great, but I’m not sure how it will be like with two. I think we would do okay with two since we are going to be waiting til our first is getting close to potty training before having a second.

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  7. Kira said...

    I only have one in diapers but hope to have another baby in the next 18 months, so my little girl will likely still be in dipes (though hopefully on her way to training pants). My hope is that my bumGenius one-size dipes will hold up to 2 babies. I might have to add a few more diapers to my stash to be sure that I can make it through a day without having to wash! I can’t wait to see what suggestions other people have!

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  8. Kira said...

    i’m a follower

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  10. Bronwyn said...

    I was just thinking about this question two days ago. I only have one kid so far, but I think one-size diapers have to be one of the greatest inventions. I use prefols most of the time at home but tend to use the OS when we’re out. My diaper bag is ginormous already and stuffed with just one baby’s dipes. I can’t imagine having to carry two different sizes.

  11. Cecile said...

    What a generous Fluff Friday!

    I have a two and a half year old daugther and a 10 month old son. The oldest is finally potty trained during the day, but still needs a diaper for naps and nights. It’s been though on the budget having those two in diapers, since I was using disposables until a month ago. It might sound silly, but cloth diapers are easier with two kids than sposies, I think! Yes, a bit more laundry, but nothing inconvenient compared to huge stinky diapers trash bags every other day (the dumpster is far, far away from our appartment) … Plus, with all the different colors of CD, it’s easy to know which diaper is whom. I just need to make sure to stuff the diapers ahead of time or else I’ll waste my time trying to grab what I need from the drying rack.

    The hardest part for me is not the diapering, really. It’s just having two young children, who are both poor sleepers and who think that 4 am is the right time to get up and party, no matter what.

  12. Cecile said...

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  14. Donna said...

    I am a subscriber.

  15. Donna said...

    I am a follower.

  16. calabaza said...

    I don’t have two babies in diapers, but honestly, I think that keeping disposables separate for two would be more frustrating. When I worked with families who had 2-3 people using disposable undergarments it took up so much space in their house just to store them all because they were all bought in bulk. I have no worries about someday having two in cloth.

  17. calabaza said...

    I am a follower!

  18. calabaza said...

    And I love my subscription in google reader.

  19. erinsmomma said...

    I only have one in diapers and hopefully she will be close to potty training when we have another one. I think the one size diapers are probably the way to go. That way you don’t have to worry about ones wearing which size. But I am a big fan of Fuzzi Bunz so I’ll have to get some of those in a size other than medium.

  20. erinsmomma said...

    And I’m also a subscriber.

  21. erinsmomma said...

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

  22. erinsmomma said...

    Plus I am a fan on Facebook

  23. Amanda said...

    So far I have one in diapers but, I definitely plan to have more than one baby in diapers in the future.

    I would say having more than one in diapers at the same time would require a pretty large stash unless you want to wash every day.

    And also keeping up w/ my organized system and faithfully washing every other day would be key to successfully diapering 2 babies at the same time. (I can’t wait until I have more to put in diapers!) The key is having a system that works great for you and your family. :)

  24. Amanda said...

    I’m a follower

  25. Amanda said...

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  26. Amanda said...

    I advertise the giveaway on my blog:

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  27. Angela said...

    I no longer have two in diapers. When I did my older one was in training pants and the younger in diapers. It was great to be able to through everything in one load and still beable to wash eod.

  28. Angela said...

    I have your button on my blog

  29. Amanda said...

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  30. Angela said...

    I am a fan on FB

  31. bethy said...

    if i had two babies in cloth diapers i would definately have to be more organized!!!!

  32. Binns Family said...

    I have 2 in diapers and have been thinking of trying cloth. I plan on having more, and would love to save money and the land fills.

  33. Denise said...

    I’ve only got one in diapers now, but had two in diapers for over a year. My youngest was a big baby (10 lbs @ birth) so as soon as they were both in the same size diaper things got much less complicated.

  34. Denise said...

    I’m a follower

  35. Denise said...

    I have your button on my blog

  36. Denise said...

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  37. Kirsten said...

    I have two in diapers. The main diapers we use are Fuzzi Bunz. Our oldest is in the size large and our youngest is in the medium size. This makes it super easy when separating their diapers (seeing as the size is on the outside of the diaper). Also, I usually change them both, one after the other. That way I’m not constantly changing diapers. I don’t mind doing this either because it’s cloth – just throw them in the wash and we’ll have more!

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  38. Kirsten said...

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  39. Sarah L. said...

    I’m a follower!

  40. Sarah said...

    I’m a subscriber!

  41. Sarah L. said...

    I have your button on my blog!

  42. Sarah L. said...

    I’m a facebook fan!

  43. Sarah L. said...

    I can’t imagine having two in different sizes either. That’s what’s great about the one size cloth diapers. There’s no needing to separate by size – it’s much easier to stay organized!

    MsMuth@comcast.net

  44. Kevin and Megan said...

    I only have one in diapers, but if I had two I would have to be more organized and make sure to wash on time. Now I can be a little bit more relaxed on washing and still have enough to spare. I would also need a bigger diaper bag and wet bag for when we went out.

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    ~Megan

  45. Looks like an awesome Fluff Friday! I just checked out those diapers on Kellyscloset.com to learn more about them, they look great! I only have one child, but will have two soon enough (due in August) in cloth diapers… unless my daughter is done with potty training by the time she is 2 (not sure how likely that will be). But I would be excited to check out these cloth diapers on a newborn since I have no newborn cloth diapers. Eventually I will have to get some newborn cloth diapers, and once our second child is out of newborn size we should be all set since we have the BumGenius 3.0One Size Pocket diapers, which will fit both children. I will just most likely need to wash more often and hopefully potty training goes well so we might not have two in diapers for long.

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  48. Maggie said...

    Right now I don’t have any babies in diapers. My oldest is out of diapers and I am due in March with my second, so I’m getting ready to deal with one in diapers. I’m not sure how I’d deal with two in diapers but it seems like things always just sort of work out when you’re not sure how you’d manage.

  49. Maggie said...

    I’m a follower.

  50. Maggie said...

    I’m a subscriber.

  51. Dani said...

    y have one baby in cloth right now. If I had 2, being extra organized would help me with the madness!

  52. Dani said...

    subscriber on yahoo

  53. Sara in Seattle said...

    I only have one in diapers right now, but someday we may have two! I think if we did have two I’d stock up on more of our BumGenius organic one-size diapers so that I could use the same diaper on both babies.

    And what a generous giveaway by SoftBums. I have to admit I’ve never heard of this diaper so I’m hoping there will be a product focus on them.

  54. Sara in Seattle said...

    And I’m a follower.

  55. Sara in Seattle said...

    And I’m a subscriber.

  56. Sara in Seattle said...

    And I’m a facebook fan.

  57. Sara in Seattle said...

    And I have a button on your blog.

  58. azcats95 said...

    I only have one in diapers, and new to cloth, but loving it now. Having 2 in diapers, bumgenius would be even more of a necessity! No worries about having the “right size diaper” around.

    azcats95_60532 @ yahoo.com

  59. Tanya said...

    I have two babies in diapers. Luckily the older only goes through 4 a day for the most part and she is starting to potty train. It means I have to wash more frequently than I will when I only have one baby and sometimes I have to use pullups with the older one to get through until they are washed.

  60. Tanya said...

    I’m a follower.

  61. Tanya said...

    I am a fan on facebook.

  62. Terra Jones said...

    We have two in diapers ….21months and 5.5months…It’s not bad at all…and I really don’t think twice about them both being in cloth as ‘more work’…

    The hardest part is just remembering which diaper goes to which baby.

    My 5 month old is about 8lbs. lighter than my 21month old and so he’s wearing diapers that my oldest just outgrew a month or so ago, lol

  63. Terra Jones said...

    I follow your wonderful blog! 😀

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  65. Terra Jones said...

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  66. I have one in cloth full time and one in cloth at nap and bedtime. I don’t know how I would do it any other way. IT’s so easy to just throw all the diapers together and wash. I usually wash every other day. To make it easier on myself, I stuff when I fold them put everything away in there special storage bin and I am ready to go.

  67. the momma said...

    I have two who use cloth diapers right now- DD#1 just for naps and night, and DD#2, who is potty training now, usually between 3 to 5 diapers a day. So, I wash 8-10 diapers every other day… very manageable! I keep the dirties in a hanging wet bag in the bathroom so I don’t have to make several trips to our basement laundry. A recent change we’ve made (after reading the organizational tips last week) is to make all our white dipes our the overnight dipes, so they are prestuffed with the hemp stuffers as well. When DD#3 arrives in March/April, I’ll probably have to do a load of diapers a day, as I like to keep the loads on the smaller size- 16 diapers maximum, generally. I’m trying to work out a schedule where I’ll do 2 loads of laundry a day- 1 of diapers, the other of clothes, towels, or bedding.

  68. the momma said...

    I’m a follower!

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  71. the momma said...

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  73. the momma said...

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  74. the momma said...

    Commented on the “An update from our seventh winner!” post!

  75. Chic Mama said...

    I currently have one in diapers at night and naps (he is trained during the day). However, come May I will have a new babe and my nearly potty trained son. I think that the key to having two in diapers is having enough! The more diapers you have the less you have to stress over laundry! For our newborn I plan on having enough diapers to go at least 2 full days, if not two and a half!

  76. Chic Mama said...

    I’m a follower

  77. Chic Mama said...

    I’m also a subscriber!

  78. Chic Mama said...

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  79. I only have one baby in diapers, but if I had two, I think I would just keep doing what I’m doing… with perhaps just a bit more laundry during the week. Cloth diapering makes a lot of financial sense with one, but with two or more in diapers at the same time, what a great way to save money!!

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  82. Kristin said...

    I only have one baby in cloth diapers, but I’ve thought a lot about having two as I would love to have another baby ASAP :) I would do laundry every day (good thing that my son loves laundry!). Other than that, I don’t think much would change. I find cloth very easy. Maybe I’d have to get a bigger diaper bag because cloth takes up a bunch of room and I’d need enough diapers for two kids.

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  83. Kristin said...

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  86. Erika said...

    I have two in diapers, but I must admit to only having my baby in cloth full-time. I didn’t discover cloth until the second and just never came up with a cloth solution for my very large toddler that works all the time. I do use potty training pants and all-in-ones on the oldest around the house. My biggest challenge occurred when pregnant with little one. My morning sickness was so bad that changing diapers was miserable. I’m not sure I’ll be able to continue with cloth when I’m pregnant again, at least during those early months.

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  87. Erika said...

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  88. Katrina said...

    When I first started cloth diapering, I had an infant and a toddler in diapers. To simplify things, I went with a one size diaper that would fit them both. (Bum Genius). I color coded the diapers when I washed them, so that my infant would were yellow and green and my toddler would wear white and blue. This way, a diaper change time I knew which diaper to grab for each child. My oldest is day time potty trained now, but still wears Fuzzi Bunz at night. I must admit, it was nice once I didn’t have soooo many diapers to wash. I now only wash diapers twice a week as opposed to 3-4 times when both where in diapers.

  89. Katrina said...

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  90. Katrina said...

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  91. Katrina said...

    I advertise Fluff Fridays on my blog.

  92. Katrina said...

    I advertise with the Kelly’s Closet button on my blog.

  93. Jut and Chris said...

    I only have one in diapers and I’m praying that she’s potty trained before #2 shows up, which gives her at least 9 more months! The thought of 2 in diapers makes me cringe! We’d be doing diapers every evening once they were in bed instead of every 2 dyas.

  94. Melissa said...

    I have one baby in diapers along with a 3.5 year old that wears diapers at night. I feel that my one-size diapers are the best because they can be worn by both kids so it lessens the confusion.
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  95. Melissa said...

    I’m a fan on facebook.

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  96. I blogged about it and linked it back to your blog.

  97. I have two babies in cloth (8 month old twin boys). We use pockets so it is generally easy. We have about 30 bg’s and we wash every other day. But considering we are saving the over $100/month that we were spending on disposables the extra time, energy, and laundry are sooo worth it.

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  100. Kara said...

    I only have one child but when someone first told me about cloth diapers I thought they were nuts! Then I started my research on Kelly’s closet and realized not only am I making an investment for when I have more kids but I am helping the environment! I think the way to stay sain with two children in diapers is organization and staying on top of laundry there’s nothing more that I hate then when I forget to switch my diapers to the dryer and have to use a disposable!

  101. Kara said...

    I am a facebook fan!

  102. Kara said...

    I subscribe to the blog through myyahoo!

  103. Rachel said...

    I only have one in cloth right now, but I have a pretty good routine for diapering. I don’t really find cloth hard at all. When we have a second baby, I will just continue to be organized with washing, and neatly putting them in an organized spot.

  104. Rachel said...

    I am also a follower!

  105. Rachel said...

    I am also a Facebook friend. Thanks for the great comments!

  106. Meghan said...

    If I had two in diapers, I imagine it would be easier to use all one-size cloth diapers, have a big stash and be very diligent about staying on top of the laundry. I’m sure organization would be important too. I would keep the pockets stuffed and everything in a central location.

  107. team krasean said...

    I have two little ones (6 months and 2 yrs) in diapers all the time and one more (4 yrs) that wears diapers at night. I use prefold and covers during the day (small and large), so it is easy to separate the sizes. At night, they wear FuzziBunz and BumGenius and each kid has their own color for night.

    The best part of cloth diapering 3 kids is thinking about how much I have saved ($ and trash) now that my littlest is wearing the same diapers we bought 4 years ago. My prefolds are showing some serious signs of wear!! It’s great!

  108. team krasean said...

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  111. Meghan said...

    I’m a subscriber.

  112. Meghan said...

    I’m a follower.

  113. Meghan said...

    I’m a facebook fan.

  114. Erika said...

    I’m a follower….

  115. Erika said...

    …and a subscriber.

  116. Erika said...

    And a Facebook fan :)

  117. Erika said...

    Currently I have NONE in diapers….but that’s all going to change in about a month when my little one arrives. And then I’ll be reminded of the diapering days (I have an almost 5 year old son).

    I’m not sure how I’d handle two in diapers (seems like I could barely handle one :)
    But I’d think that you’d have to have a really good system in place for changing, organizing, and washing!

    (Let me think about this more…..)

  118. Erika said...

    I commented on the “7th winner blog”. It’s neat to hear from past winners…..

  119. Anonymous said...

    I actually do not have any babies in diapers. I am 23 weeks pregnant and going to be cloth diapering. HOW do I plan to manage? I plan to follow alot of these lovely ladies advice and be extra organized. A lot of their pictures have given me many ideas on what else I need in our nursery. Hoping I win to start our cloth diaper stash:)

    Kayla – Don’t have a blog so here is my email – emismom97@yahoo.com

  120. Liz said...

    I only have one in cloth right now. I wish I found out about/thought about cloth with my other 2 DD. It would have been a lot of laundry but I would have saved so much money! But my other 2 DD were 15 mo apart and I dont think OS dipes were even invented yet…it would have been a little crazy! I will never find out however because we are done and I am giving my sized dipes to my expecting SIL!

  121. Anonymous said...

    I am a subscriber

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  122. Liz said...

    I only have one in cloth right now. I wish I found out about/thought about cloth with my other 2 DD. It would have been a lot of laundry but I would have saved so much money! But my other 2 DD were 15 mo apart and I dont think OS dipes were even invented yet…it would have been a little crazy! I will never find out however because we are done and I am giving my sized dipes to my expecting SIL!

  123. Anonymous said...

    I am a follower

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  124. Liz said...

    I’m a fan on FB!

  125. Anonymous said...

    I have one in diapers during the day and two at night. I wash every day, line dry and stuff during their bath time.
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  126. Jess said...

    I have your button on my blog

  127. Kelly said...

    At this particular moment, I have one in diapers. She’s 2.5 years old. We’re trying to get her potty trained. Just last week, she started peeing in the potty when I’d let her walk around the house in her diaper (yay she figured out how to take her diapers off)! We didn’t use cloth with our first child although I have started putting cloth on her during the day, while we are at home.

    Before the end of this contest, however, I may have TWO in diapers since my due date in this coming Friday for baby #2. I will be using cloth for baby #2 and have quite the newborn/small diaper stash for her. I also bought cloth diapers for the older one that will hopefully be hardly used if we can get her potty trained!

    So all in all, how I plan to have two in diapers is to a) be organized and b) wash laundry more often. With one, I could get away with laundry every 2-3 days. I suspect that I will be washing a loading of laundry at least every other day if not every day. So that is my plan for now.

    Actually, one reason I decided that now was a great time to switch to cloth is because with potty training my oldest at this moment, I’m already cleaning waste off of training pants and putting them in the laundry. So I figured I might as well put the new baby in cloth too – since I can wash all my baby waste clothes/diapers together – what’s another couple of diapers thrown in with messy toddler training pants? So we’ll see how it goes!

  128. Kelly said...

    I am a follower!

  129. Kelly said...

    I am a subscriber!

  130. Jess said...

    I have a 7 month old in cloth full time then im PTing my 2.5 yr old & have a bedwetter I actually think its easier using cloth for everyone since it all goes in the pail & then in the laundry. Luckily my PTer goes poopoos in the potty so I only mess with wetness from them. Also seperating sposies for 2 are much harder i've btdt & its harder to tell the 2 apart.

  131. Liz said...

    I commented in weekend super saver.

  132. Amanda said...

    Well I don’t have two in diapers, but I hope to in the next year…or if my older is ready she’ll be training!

  133. Amanda said...

    I’m a follower!

  134. KayStarGoesRawr said...

    I only have one child in diapers, but if I were to have two I’d be all about the color coding. I would wash them all and stuff them ahead of time…That way I would not have to search for the right diaper-just grab the right color. (:

  135. KayStarGoesRawr said...

    I subscribe on igoogle.

  136. KayStarGoesRawr said...

    I am also a fan of DiaperShops on Facebook

  137. Ranae said...

    I only have one baby in cloth, and I can’t imagine how hard it would be to have 2! I struggle to find the time to wash and fold etc. cause I’m super busy, but it’s all worth it cause I love her fluff!!

  138. Ranae said...

    I’m a subscriber

  139. Ranae said...

    I’m a facebook fan

  140. Jenny and Gary said...

    I’m a facebook fan

  141. Jenny and Gary said...

    We are in the process of cloth trials with twins, it shouldn’t be to much more work as we always seem to have the poop up the back with disposables, so I do a poop wash anyway, why not have it all contained in a cute diaper, that is my hope anyway, I recently found your website, I think its great Thank you.

  142. team krasean said...

    I have two little ones (6 months and 2 yrs) in diapers all the time and one more (4 yrs) that wears diapers at night. I use prefold and covers during the day (small and large), so it is easy to separate the sizes. At night, they wear FuzziBunz and BumGenius and each kid has their own color for night.

    The best part of cloth diapering 3 kids is thinking about how much I have saved ($ and trash) now that my littlest is wearing the same diapers we bought 4 years ago. My prefolds are showing some serious signs of wear!! It’s great!

  143. SarahMcD said...

    When I started cloth diapering my oldest was only using diapers occasionally at night, and my youngest was an older baby, so I pretty much only have one in diapers. I went with a OS diaper so they both could wear them. I would difinatetly use cloth if I had more than one child, because it would mean twice the savings. I stick to a routine when washing my diapers, instead of waiting until they are all in the wash. I think that’s the biggest difference between them being joy to use or a pain.

  144. SarahMcD said...

    I am a follower.

  145. team krasean said...

    I commented on the SoftBums info entry.

  146. the momma said...

    Commented on the “Product Focus: Softbums” post!

  147. Christy said...

    i only have one baby in cloth now but i have had 2 in cloth at the same time many times in the last 8 years we have 5 kids under 8 so you can imagine but imo its not much different and if using cloth is what you want to do it dose not feel like a chore really i love my cloth diapers! but i will say stuffing the pockets are by far my least favorite thing but i guess everything can’t be perfect lol 😉

  148. Christy said...

    i also follow your blog 😉

  149. I commented on, Product Focus: Soft Bums.

  150. Angela said...

    commented on: “Product Focus: Softbums”

  151. Angela said...

    I am out of that stage and was only in it for a very short time, I this seperating the diapers for each of the kids was the best plan. I could put them in two different places and my 2 yo alway new where hers were and would not get confused with the baby’s

  152. the momma said...

    I have 2 in cloth currently – 1 for nap and night only, the other nap, night, and perhaps 1 or 2 during the day, since she’s potty training. But, in 9 weeks (or so) I’ll have 3 in cloth! I’m really excited that our trash won’t increase (we create about 1 kitchen bag per week) and I won’t have to constantly be running out to buy more sposies (been caught with only 1 left too many times!). But I’m most excited that other than my initial investment, I won’t have to spend anything on for this child’s newborn to 6 month diapers, and I won’t have to spend anything on the 6 mo+ dipes because we already have those from DD#2! The key to keeping the diapering manageable (cloth or sposies) is to stay organized and keep on top of the work! When we used sposies, I had to sort by size, make sure both were in the diaper bag, pick up 2 packs of dipes every time we bought them, and try to control the stink of the soiled dipes somehow (the diaper genie was NOT sufficient). So, I don’t see cloth diapering as any more work, especially since I can fill my diaper bag with one size dipes and not have to worry about if I have the right size per child. And the stink??? Just toss them in the wash and it’s taken care of! And sometimes I even get my hubby to do that part!

  153. Posted a comment on the newest post “Product Focus: Softbums”.

  154. I have 2 8 month old boys in cloth and am loving every minute of it (ok almost every minute). Luckily I have a husband who loves our switch to cloth as much as I do (seriously, he actually hates it if we ever have to put a disposable on them).

  155. erinsmomma said...

    I posted a comment to the Product Focus: Softbums article.

  156. erinsmomma said...

    I only have one in diapers now, but I think one-size diapers are probably the most cost efficient since you should only need to purchase diapers once. Now if only Fuzzi Bunz would come out with a one-size diaper I would be in paradise!

  157. Carol said...

    I am expecting my first, so I’m just working on what my routine will be with 1 in cloth. I think the key will be keeping up with laundry and organization and would be even more so with 2.

  158. Carol said...

    I am a follower.

  159. Carol said...

    I left a comment on Product Focus: Softbums.

  160. Melissa said...

    I made a comment on the SoftBums posting….I have 1 baby in diapers and a preschooler that wears a diaper at night. I love OS diapers for the fact they work well for both children.
    mjones_82 @yahoo.com

  161. Melissa said...

    I love one-size diapers. Having a baby in diapers and a preschooler in a night diaper makes one-size the perfect solution for our family. mjones_82 @yahoo.com

  162. Amanda said...

    Commented on “Product Focus: Softbums”

  163. Maggie said...

    I’m about to have one in diapers. Two in diapers would be tough, but we’d manage somehow.

  164. Maggie said...

    I left a comment on Product Focus: Softbums.

  165. Amanda said...

    I also think that having a ton of one sized diapers will make it easy for cloth diapering multiple children…it will take the guess work out of who wears what diaper.

  166. Erika said...

    I have two in diapers, one full-time cloth, as I’ve previously stated. Currently I am trying to work out a diaper bag situation that is not too bulky. Cloth does take up a lot of room. Add that to two sets of “emergency” clothes, snacks for both, wipes and a wet bag and my diaper bag is huge. I can’t wait until potty-training!

    ireland 241 at adelphia dot net

  167. Heather said...

    I’ve only got one in diapers right now…I can’t imagine having 2! But, like other have said, organization and routine are the key.

  168. Heather said...

    I’m a subscriber.

  169. Erika said...

    I posted on product focus: soft buns.

    ireland 241 at adelphia dot net

  170. beetleofblue said...

    I am a big fan of your blog and have an 11 month old in cloth (bumGenius 3.0). While I do not have two yet, I think the key is having one-size diapers to use with both kiddos, no matter the age. The future of cloth diapers has to be the combo of all-in-ones and one-size. One stop shopping!

    Destin
    dlschnell@yahoo.com

  171. beetleofblue said...

    I am a subscriber too!

  172. Kippy said...

    I have one in diapers and one that just started using the potty in the last two weeks. Having two in diapers is the main reason I switched to cloth. Spending $100-plus in diapers and wipes each month just wasn’t an option for our family. We are saving a TON using cloth and I’m kicking myself for not doing it sooner. It helps me keep my money, my sanity and changing diapers isn’t a chore. They’re so cute and I know I’m not putting my cash directly into a landfill! Yay for cloth!

  173. Kippy said...

    I’m a follower.

  174. Kippy said...

    I’m a subscriber as well!

  175. bethy said...

    i am a follower

  176. Kippy said...

    I posted on Product Focus: Softbums!

  177. azcats95 said...

    Fan on facebook

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  178. Leigh Anne said...

    I only have one baby in diapers at the moment, but we are thinking of conceiving #2 soon. This definitely had me thinking about the "two in diapers". Right now, we are only using PFs & covers, which is pretty easy so far. However, I think w/ two, I'd like to start using the AIOs. OS would be best so I wouldn't really have to worry about which is whose.

  179. Kippy said...

    I have your button on my blog!

  180. Leigh Anne said...

    i’m a facebook fan

  181. Leigh Anne said...

    i have the button on my blog

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  182. Looks like an awesome Fluff Friday! I just checked out those diapers on Kellyscloset.com to learn more about them, they look great! I only have one child, but will have two soon enough (due in August) in cloth diapers… unless my daughter is done with potty training by the time she is 2 (not sure how likely that will be). But I would be excited to check out these cloth diapers on a newborn since I have no newborn cloth diapers. Eventually I will have to get some newborn cloth diapers, and once our second child is out of newborn size we should be all set since we have the BumGenius 3.0One Size Pocket diapers, which will fit both children. I will just most likely need to wash more often and hopefully potty training goes well so we might not have two in diapers for long.

  183. A Psych Mommy said...

    I left a comment on the Soft bums post!

  184. Senior Family said...

    do you have more than one baby in diapers?? how do you manage??

    yep I have 2 in diapers , my 2 1/2 yr old and my 11 month old. I have 2 different stashes too. for the older one i have , 7 L FB and 8 MT OS , and for the baby I have OS diapers so he can use them for a while , BG OS is my fave but I also like HH OS w/snaps , wahmies OS w/snaps and BK OS .

  185. Senior Family said...

    i am a follower :0)

  186. Senior Family said...

    i am subscriber :0)

  187. A Psych Mommy said...

    I was thinking more about how I would manage with two in diapers–I think what would be helpful is teaching my oldest son how to help me out such as how to stuff the pocket diapers or to help sort out prefolds and covers. It would be a great teaching moment as well and it will also help keep him occupied while I change his younger sibling’s diaper!

  188. Senior Family said...

    i have your button on my blog :)

  189. Senior Family said...

    I am a facebook fan :0)

  190. Senior Family said...

    i commented on the product focus : softbums .. awesome dipes 😉

  191. Rachel Bates said...

    I only have one baby so far, but I plan to cloth diaper any future kids too! Then I can pass along outgrown diapers to the new baby.

  192. Kelly said...

    I commented on the post “Product Focus: Softbums.”

  193. Kelly said...

    I have a button for your site on my blog!

  194. Kelly said...

    I advertise Fluff Fridays on my blog too! :)

  195. Kelly said...

    I forgot to mention another way I hope to manage with two in cloth diapers (once the baby is born sometime within the next two weeks): I have a small supply of one-size diapers to use with both kids too. I started with Bum-Genius OS but found they were not fitting right on my 2.5 year old (just a bit too small/low rise on her). So after reading about them on this blog (yay), I found that the Happy Heinys one-size worked just a little better. It has just enough extra room for my toddler and can still be made smaller once the baby arrives. I probably won’t use the one-size with our newborn right away (I have a stash of NB/x-small diapers for the first few weeks), but eventually, I might be able to use the one-size diapers on both kids…making things a little easier to manage, not to mention less confusing for others who might end up changing some diapers around here (husband, in-laws, etc.). Any thing to make life (and sorting laundry) easier! Ha ha ha.

  196. I currently have three in diapers (for about two months we had FOUR, but our son finally trained!!!). One thing I’ve learned when it comes to changing diapers is that it’s just a way of life. It’s about as commonplace as grabbing a drink of water! Gender-neutral Bum Genius works wonders for me because I can throw all the diapers in one drawer, and adjust the size depending on who’s getting the diaper change. Because my children are so close in age, and have different builds, I am able diaper all three (3yo, 2yo, and 7mo) in the same diapers.

    You know how sometimes you feel like a fulfilled housewife doing certain chores? For me, cloth diapering is fulfilling (whereas disposable diapering is just a chore). There’s something nice about putting some freshly washed fluff on your babies, and (up until two days ago, thanks to my hubby installing the BG diaper sprayer) dunking out the poop in the toilet. (Now I get to enjoy spraying them out)

    My current system involves the following ingredients:
    A stash of BG’s and some FB’s
    A stack of homemade cloth wipes
    A tupperware container with baby-bit solution (I dunk the wipes in as needed)
    A 5 gal bucket…
    …Lined with a Planetwise cloth pail liner (I have two and rotate them with the wash)
    And a diaper sprayer

    I easily fill a 5gal bucket full of fluff and wipes by the end of the day. I usually run yesterday’s load before lunch the next day, and by evening I process and stuff everything and stock the table before the rest of the stash runs out.

  197. I am part of the Facebook Group!

  198. I have a button on my blog

  199. I commented over at the SoftBums post. :-) I love the CDW blog… it’s so interactive and fun! It’s almost like a yahoo group or something!

  200. Katrina said...

    I left a comment on Product Focus: Softbums

  201. Katrina said...

    When I started CDing eight months ago I had two in diapers. I choose to use the one size Bum Genius because I could use the same diaper for both boys. I color coordinated by size so that I could quickly grab the right diaper for each child. When my oldest potty trained and outgrew the Bum Genius, I didn’t have any “wasted” diapers since my youngest could wear them.

  202. Kelly said...

    I only have one in diapers right now, but I often think about what it would be like to have two. I think the biggest difference would be washing more often. I have pocket diapers right now, but I am thinking next time I have a newborn, I will buy either some fitteds and covers or a Bummis package. Then I would probably designate a couple colors for the older child and a couple for the younger so I can keep them adjusted and know, for example, if I pull out a pink diaper it is going for the older child or a yellow for the younger.

  203. Kelly said...

    I am a subscriber.

  204. Kelly said...

    I am a follower.

  205. Kelly said...

    I have the fluff fridays button on my blog.

  206. Kelly said...

    I am a facebook friend.

  207. Cecile said...

    I posted a comment on the Product Focus

  208. Cecile said...

    I have the Fluff Friday button on my brand new blog

  209. Cecile said...

    It’s all about organisation, I agree. A bit of work, but diapering can actually be fun with cloth diapers.

  210. I commented on the Product Focus: Softbums.

  211. Liz said...

    I commented in “Product focus:Softbums”

  212. calabaza said...

    I posted on the the product focus on the awesome all in two!

  213. Shannon said...

    So far I only have one in cloth diapers. We would like to try for another baby when the first one is getting ready for potty training. Since I am currently using the one-size snap type of diapers, if I had another baby I would choose a different brand or go with one-size diapers to keep them seperate. Having the luxury of having the kids in seperate rooms would probably help too for organization.

  214. I only have one little one in diapers, but hopefully that will change soon. I think I will manage by having a better system of organization to keep all the different sizes separate or get FABULOUS one-size diapers like these! I wish I could afford a whole one-size system, but it is WAY out of the price range right now. (Esp because I am having trouble with repelling from the 3 OS that I DO have).

  215. Sara in Seattle said...

    commented on product focus: softbums

  216. I posted on the Product Focus: Softbums….I have never wanted to win so badly before!

  217. I have a button on my blog as well! (Right hand side)

  218. Kirsten said...

    I commented on the post: Product Focus:Softbums. I would love to give those diapers a try.

    4themfamily at gmail dot com

  219. Katie said...

    I have one baby in diapers, but I think 2 would basically mean twice the laundry. I use one-sized bumgenius primarily, so ideally, both of my children would be wearing the same diapers. I would just have to double up my stash!

  220. Katie said...

    I’m also a follower.

  221. Katie said...

    I’m also a subscriber.

  222. Katie said...

    I’m also a fan on Facebook.

  223. Katie said...

    I made a comment on “Product Focus: Softbums.”

  224. Kelly said...

    I currently only have one in diapers but that will be changing in 4 short months! My oldest was just out of diapers completely when #2 arrived so this will be a major change for me to have two in diapers. I have been thinking about it more and more each day and realize that I can never really prepare for it until it happens. I can say I am not a good planner or organizier and work better under pressure :)

  225. Kelly said...

    I left a comment on the Product Focus: Softbums.

  226. Umm Sayf said...

    Wow! What strong ladies you all are who have more than one in dipes.
    Thank God, mine all seemed to potty train before their siblings arrived.
    I agree about the one size dipes – be they pockets or otherwise, that would be a real blessing with more than one in diapers.
    I think I would probably not use all pockes (too cost restrictive) but maybe onesize contours with different size (and color for easy grabbing) covers.

  227. Umm Sayf said...

    I am a subscriber too

  228. EdenSky said...

    I have only one baby in diapers, but if I had more I’d be even happier with cloth because where I live the garbage is picked up once per week and we have to pay for each bag, no way I want that many dirty diapers stinking up the place!

  229. EdenSky said...

    I’m a follower.

  230. EdenSky said...

    commented on softbums product focus.

  231. Erika said...

    i commented on the “softbums- product focus” blog! love the idea behind them :)

  232. Erika said...

    So I was thinking that if you had two in diapers you’d need a really big diaper bag!! :)

  233. Nikki said...

    I currently have only one in diapers, but we are passively trying (read:not preventing) for #3, so I may have 2 in diapers at some point, if we get pregnant in the next few months. I did sposies with my first, and converted to cloth when #2 was about a year old. I hope to start potty training my son sometime next summer, using cloth for that as well. I only with I had known about all the cool cloth options when my first was born. I would have saved so much money on diapers!

    As for organization, I think cloth is easier to manage with multiple kids in diapers. My sister has two currently in disposables, age 2 and newborn, and she’s always running out to buy one size or another. With one size cloth dipes, you never have that problem!

  234. Nikki said...

    I am a follower.

  235. Nikki said...

    I have your giveaway button on my blog: deckerdoings.blogspot.com

  236. *~*allie*~* said...

    I’m a subscriber!

  237. *~*allie*~* said...

    I only have 1 child but I cannot wait to have more. I think that 1) I’d take all the advice given by the previous posters and 2) I’d have to buy a few more One-Size Pockets so that we could have enough for 2 days for 2 kids!

  238. AScott said...

    I have an 8 month old in Softbums diapers. I am relatively new to cloth and have only been using them for about 2 months, but I love them! I instantly have the feeling of saving money not having to buy disposables and diaper genie refills. Sometime this year we’ll be trying for our second and have pondered what to do with two babies in cloth. I already wash her diapers once a day, so will mostly likely have to buy more and continue my once a day wash!

  239. AScott said...

    I have become a fan on facebook.

  240. AScott said...

    I am a follower.

  241. AScott said...

    I am a suscriber through Google!

  242. Katie said...

    I have two in diapers. How I do it: constant laundry and, I change their diapers at the same time (as much as possible). That way I am not changing one all the time.

  243. Katie said...

    I have the fluff fridays button

  244. Katie said...

    I am a fan on facebook

  245. Katie said...

    I commented on product focus:soft buns

  246. AScott said...

    I put the button in my blog.

  247. AScott said...

    I posted on the Product Focus: Softbums.

  248. AScott said...

    Posted in How to use a Softbums – Video.

  249. the momma said...

    commented on the “How To use a Soft Bums – Video” post!

  250. Amanda said...

    Commented on “How To use a Soft Bums – Video”

  251. Dani said...

    I only have 1 in diapers right now, and the thought of 2 overwhelms me! B is hard enough now to change, he crawls away the minute the diaper comes off (and before that was trying to leap off the changing table!). I guess with 2+ in diapers, it would be easiest to have one space dedicated to diapering so everything is in one place.

  252. Amanda said...

    Commented on “Double the fun!”

  253. Amanda said...

    I love the time I spend w/ my daughter when she is on the changing table…belly raspberries, tickles and lots of kisses! So I know that having two diapers at the same time will give me (or DH) some special one on one time with each child.

  254. Senior Family said...

    i commented on the video post , of how to use a softbums diaper :0) awesome diapers .. awesome

  255. Jenny and Gary said...

    commented on the product focus for softbums post

  256. Angela said...

    commented on: “How To use a Soft Bums – Video”

  257. Angela said...

    For when I had two in diapers/traingers, we did the differnt diaper or colors. It was just easier for my 2yo to know which ones were hers.

  258. Angela said...

    commented on: Double the fun!

  259. I commented on, “How to use a Softbums-Video.”

  260. I commented on,”Double the Fun.”

  261. Erika said...

    I commented on Double the Fun.

    ireland241 at adelphia dot net

  262. Tanya said...

    I commented on this weeks Product Focus. It’s so great to read about who is behind these great things!

  263. Erika said...

    I also change my kids diapers at the same time. In fact, with two close in age, I’ve finally learned to do almost everything at the same time. My kids now eat, bathe, dress, and sleep at the same time. It saves me time and mental energy trying to keep track of when each need was met.

    ireland 241 at adelphia dot net

  264. Erika said...

    I commented on “Double the Fun” blog.

  265. Erika said...

    I was wondering if you have two in cloth (which I don’t), would you use the same brand of diapers or not? I guess it depends on the shape and size of each child, right??
    I guess having two would give parents a good “excuse” to buy more fluff!!!! :)
    (although I don’t even have one in diapers and I don’t need the excuse!!! It’s addicting. :)

  266. Cecile said...

    I posted a comment on Double the fun

  267. Cecile said...

    I posted a comment on the SoftBum video

  268. Looks like an awesome Fluff Friday! I just checked out those diapers on Kellyscloset.com to learn more about them, they look great! I only have one child, but will have two soon enough (due in August) in cloth diapers… unless my daughter is done with potty training by the time she is 2 (not sure how likely that will be). But I would be excited to check out these cloth diapers on a newborn since I have no newborn cloth diapers. Eventually I will have to get some newborn cloth diapers, and once our second child is out of newborn size we should be all set since we have the BumGenius 3.0One Size Pocket diapers, which will fit both children. I will just most likely need to wash more often and hopefully potty training goes well so we might not have two in diapers for long.

  269. Cecile said...

    Right now, diapering my toddler is fairly easy. It’s only at night and for naps, and she won’t move if I ask her not to. Now, with the 10 month old… it’s more tiring than a run around the block and requires advanced wrestling skills.

  270. the momma said...

    commented on the “Double the fun!” post!

  271. Carol said...

    I commented on Double the Fun!

  272. the momma said...

    How do I manage 2 in diapers? Well, luckily 1 is potty trained and the other is training, so their cloth usage is mostly for night and nap, with 1-3 more dipes per day for the “in training” daughter. But, in about 8 weeks or so, we’ll be adding another blessing to the mix!
    So, how will I manage 3 in diapers?
    1. have an ample stash ~ my diaper laundry is currently on an every other day basis, and I’d like to keep it that way!
    2. Maintain the organization! Everything has its place, and should return there once cleaned ` stuffed and ready to go!
    3. Continue training DD#2… the sooner she’s using the potty and not dipes (or having accidents) the easier idea 1 and 2 will be! (At that time I’ll probably transition my older two to using just the 8 med fuzzi bunz for night and nap and assign all my bumgenius 3.0 OS to DD#3, who also has her own stash of fuzzis and some PFs)

  273. Katie said...

    I commented on “How To use a Soft Bums – Video.”

  274. Aisha said...

    I only have one in cloth dipes, but diapering 2 would mean I get more bang for the buck…Hubby is looking forward to reusing the sized dipes (he’s been boasting to every1 about our CDs). For me it would mean buying a bigger wet bag since we used sized diapers mostly usually AIOs/some pockets (have some one-sized) and definitely being more organized. For hubby, it means he’ll have more diaper prepping to do (he helps me sort nighttime from daytime dipes and put the liners in each dipe).

    (for the moderator: I can be contacted at eye_sha22@yahoo.com)

  275. Posted a comment on “How To use a Soft Bums – Video”.

  276. I cloth diaper 2 but since they are generally the same size (twins) it doesn’t seem much harder than it would to cd 2 just more diapers to buy and wash.

  277. Posted a comment on “”Double the fun!”

  278. Katie said...

    I commented on “Double the fun!”

  279. Katie said...

    I only have one in cloth right now, but I’ve really enjoyed the tips other people have left about having 2 or more in cloth. These tips will definitely come in hand when we have 2!

  280. Kelly said...

    I left a comment on the “How To use a Soft Bums – Video” post. Thanks for posting the video I found.

  281. Katrina said...

    I left a comment on the the Softbums video post

  282. Katrina said...

    I left a comment on the Double the Fun post

  283. Maggie said...

    If I had two in diapers, I’d use all your great tips to manage.

  284. Katrina said...

    I have two boys in diapers. My youngest is in cloth full time, and my oldest is day time potty trained and only wears cloth at night. When I first started CDing, both boys were in diapers and I used BumGenius one size diapers. I color coded by size for each child so that it was easy for anyone to grab the right diaper at changing time.

  285. Maggie said...

    I left a comment on “Double the fun!”

  286. Katie said...

    I have one in cloth and one on the way!! I’m already trying to plan out my diaper strategy so that I can successfully CD both at once!!

  287. Katie said...

    I’m a follower!

  288. Katie said...

    I’m a subscriber!

  289. Sara in Seattle said...

    commented on “how to use a softbums”

  290. Kelly said...

    I am a follower.

  291. Kelly said...

    I am a subscriber as well.

  292. Kelly said...

    I am a fan on facebook

  293. Kelly said...

    I have the Fluff Friday button on my blog.

  294. Kelly said...

    I left a comment on the Double the fun! post. Can’t wait to join the crowd :)

  295. erinsmomma said...

    I only have one in diapers but this week’s giveaway has definitely gotten me thinking about how much more challenging it would be to have two or more! I think one-size diapers are probably the easiest way to do most of the multi-diapering.

  296. A Psych Mommy said...

    I left a comment on Serena’s great post, Double the fun!

  297. A Psych Mommy said...

    Thanks to Serena’s post, I can imagine myself having two in diapers. I know my husband always said that he doesn’t want to have two in diapers at the same time–I’m going to have to direct him to this site. I think I’m going to go buy some new diapers now (gender neutral!) so that they will last longer for a second!

  298. Maggie said...

    I left a comment on “How To use a Soft Bums – Video”.

  299. Meghan said...

    I commented on “Product Focus: Softbums”.

  300. Kelly said...

    Buying more diapers would be my answer! especially the one sizers so i could use them on both! BG rocks!!

  301. Kelly said...

    I only have one child, but when I have two in diapers, I will probably designate a couple colors pre-adjusted to one child and a couple to the other, again pre-adjusted (I use one size diapers). I will probably purchase either fitteds and covers or a bummis package for the newborn days, and then just a few more one size diapers. And I anticipate doing laundry a little more often!

  302. KayStarGoesRawr said...

    Another way I might do organization for two cloth diapered kiddos would be to have a separate drawer in a dresser or storage drawers for each child.

    Happy Tuesday, all! (:

  303. Violet Gonzalez said...

    Having 2 in diapers… we are considering whether to have a second child. Without a doubt if we do, we will have 2 in cloth. I think that I would be able to do a better job form the start with cloth now that I know what I like and don’t like.

    We do sized diapers during the day and BumGenius at nap and bed time. Both babies could share nap and bedtime diapers! woohoo

    I would definitely need to be more consistent of getting laundry done though!

  304. KayStarGoesRawr said...

    I left a comment on “Softbums- product focus.” (: Super amazing looking product!!!

  305. Dani said...

    I only have 1 in cloth right now. I really like Serena’s tip of having different colors for each child and having separate diaper pails. It would help the DH remember whose wearing what!

  306. Dani said...

    I left a comment on today’s post “Double the Fun”

  307. Meghan said...

    I commented on “How to use a Soft Bums – Video”.

  308. Meghan said...

    I commented on “Double the Fun!”.

  309. Madeline said...

    I only have one in cloth diapers right now. If I ever end up with two in diapers, I’ll have to get more organized about laundry days. I’d also have to get bigger wet bags for outings.

  310. Umm Sayf said...

    just commented on “double the fun”

  311. Umm Sayf said...

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  312. Umm Sayf said...

    On a tight budget, I think that using prefolds, homemade flece liners, and different sized covers would work great for 2 kids!

  313. AScott said...

    Commented in Double the Fun!

  314. Rachel Bates said...

    I only have one child right now, but I would think additional kids wouldn’t be that hard – just keep it all organized and your washer will be twice as full! :)

  315. Jonathan Davis said...

    I help cloth diaper my two boys. I help with the baby laundry as often as possible but don’t stuff the diapers because my hands are too big. Thanks again for another great giveaway!

    jallendavis (at) gmail.com

  316. Jonathan Davis said...

    I am a new subscriber through google.

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  317. Jonathan Davis said...

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  318. Jonathan Davis said...

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  319. Aisha said...

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  320. Anonymous said...

    I have one in diapers. I think i would be pulling my hair out with two. Im already splitting the diaper responsibility with my husband and that is crazy as it is. Two diapers means two screaming babies. I think I was given what my limits could handle with my little girl.

    kristinafleener0724 at yahoo dot com

  321. Shannon said...

    I am pretty new to cloth diapering, and only have one in diapers. When she was born, however, my 2 year old was still in diapers. At the time we were using disposables. It was crazy! It felt like we were constantly running to the store to buy diapers and wipes. The diaper pail was always full. And the smell! YUK!! Knowing what I know now about cloth and how easy it is to use, I wish I could turn back time and use cloth diapers on them both. I can’t imagine how much money we spent and waste we sent to the landfills!!

  322. Shannon said...

    I’m a subscriber.

  323. Shannon said...

    I have your button on my blog.

  324. Shannon said...

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  325. Katie said...

    I commented on Double the Fun

  326. Katie said...

    I have two in diapers and my only comment is; laundry, laundry, laundry. I like to make it as simple as possible, so I use one size. I do not want to have to sort diapers or search for the right size for the right child.

  327. Cristy said...

    We have a 13 month old and a 1 week old. At this point we are using sposies on the newest. We are waiting for his cord to fall off to use cloth full time at home. I started to use cloth with him but it irritated his cord. Really I dont see much difference between CDing 2 and using sposies on 2. It will amount to more washes for my diapers, but I would have already been changing a diaper so the time won’t be that different. I helped my Mom CD up to 3 at a time and even that wasn’t a big deal as long as we had enough diapers and kept them washed. Granted, the diaper pail does fill up a bit faster though :) I am excited about getting to use my diapers for our second though! I am so pleased to be able to look at how much I have spent and sewn and realize that it was for TWO babies!!! Not just 1!!
    cristy_curuncha@hotmail.com

  328. Cristy said...

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  329. JustForMommy said...

    I have 2 boys close in age. One is 17 1/2 months and the other is 2 months. Having them both in cloth makes life pretty easy. My older boy is usually a bit more patient about things. I don’t find it much harder to deal since the early months with a baby are probably the easiest. Now, when DS #2 gets older and is mobile.. then we’ll talk about it being difficult. Sometimes it does get a little chaotic, I’ll say that much. But usually that is when the end of the day approaches and both are tired.

    My oldest is hardest to change. He wiggles and worms around like crazy. He’s always on the go these days. Run here.. run there! In order to get him to sit still I usually have to bribe him with something.. Sometimes one of his toys works. Others it MUST be my cell phone or something else that is “way cool”. He’s also extremely ticklish. Fastening his diaper gets the loudest giggle snorts out of him that I have ever heard. It makes me laugh right with him

  330. Sara in Seattle said...

    commented on Double the Fun

  331. calabaza said...

    I just left a comment on the thoughts on two in cloth.

  332. Kelly said...

    I currently only have one in diapers but #2 in diapers is on it’s way (16 weeks and counting) My first 2 boys were in prefolds and covers until they got bigger. Now #2 is in OS BG and med/lg FBs. And I have stocked up on a stash of sm FB seconds for the new arrival. So I think I will just have two seperate piles of diapers, one for each kid but it will be nice to just put a few OS diapers in the diaper bag and adjust for whoever may need it.

  333. Melissa said...

    Hi, I have a baby and a preschooler that wears nightime diapers. I also would like a 3rd child in a year or two. I think a one-size diaper is best for multi-children.

    mjones_82 @yahoo.com

  334. AScott said...

    I think the different color per sizes is a good idea to keep track of who’s is who’s.

    I kind of cringe at the thought of needing twice as many cloth as I have now, though I know it would be a money saver in the long run!

  335. Senior Family said...

    i commented on double the fun :)

  336. Senior Family said...

    i just want to echo what i have read a few other mom’s say .. i love cd my boys .. it is cute .. and i love the $ savings as well as the not throwing stuff in the trash :) i really wish we could kick the sposies all together but we have not found a nite time solution .. anyone have ideas ?? i would love to see a post on this :0) this is my only thing i want to change :) CD 2 rules !!

  337. Liz said...

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  338. Liz said...

    I commented in “double the fun”

  339. Kelly said...

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  340. Kelly said...

    I’m really curious to see how using OS diapers would work with having two kids. It seems like a lot of them would be bulky for the first few weeks on a newborn, but we’ll see how it goes. It seems to me that getting OS and being able to use them for two kids (or at least for one kids and for a few months/year or so with a second child if they hold up that long), would be VERY economical! I also bought a couple different sizes of prefolds – I’ve been able to use the small ones that I bought for my newborn/youngest as doublers/inserts for the diapers my toddler is wearing as we work on potty training. So anytime I can double use stuff, I figure it is saving money and making things easier!

  341. I commented at “Double the Fun”

  342. Katie said...

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  343. Katie said...

    I commented at “Double the fun!”

  344. Katie said...

    I’m also a facebook fan!

  345. I have 3 in diapers! 1 is only at night the other 2 are full time and not ending anytime soon. I have enough diapers to do laundry every other day. The hardest part for me is doing the laundry early enough in the day to make sure the covers are dry by bedtime.

    I love the money we save and that I’m not filling the landfills with diapers.

  346. I have your button on my blog.

  347. I blogged about your give aways on my blog. Your give aways are great and I love learning about new diapers on your blog.

  348. I left a comment about your product focus “soft bums”.

  349. I left a comment on the story “Double Fun”. Fun story topic since I have 3 in diapers.

  350. team krasean said...

    I have two little ones (6 months and 2 yrs) in diapers all the time and one more (4 yrs) that wears diapers at night. I use prefold and covers during the day (small and large), so it is easy to separate the sizes. At night, they wear FuzziBunz and BumGenius and each kid has their own color for night.

    The best part of cloth diapering 3 kids is thinking about how much I have saved ($ and trash) now that my littlest is wearing the same diapers we bought 4 years ago. My prefolds are showing some serious signs of wear!! It’s great!

  351. foodie_mom said...

    In a few short weeks I’ll have 2 in diapers!
    I can’t wait to have a 1 year old and a newborn both wear the same diaper!!!!

  352. foodie_mom said...

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  353. foodie_mom said...

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  354. foodie_mom said...

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  355. foodie_mom said...

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  356. foodie_mom said...

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  357. I commented at “Diapering Times TWO!”

  358. Angela said...

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  359. Angela said...

    I no longer have two in diapers, but when I did I used two different kinds so the older one knew which where hers and could grab them. I washed them all together though.

  360. I commented on. “Diapering times TWO.”

  361. Erika said...

    I commented on the “diapering TWO’ blog.
    (I loved that picture!)

  362. Erika said...

    Do most parents who have two kiddos in cloth use the one-sized diapers?
    I was thinking that would be the most economical, right?

  363. Amanda said...

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  364. Katie said...

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  365. Katrina said...

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  366. Katrina said...

    I have two boys in diapers. When I first started out I bought Bum Genius one size so that both boys could wear the same diaper. As my oldest outgrew them, I switched him to large Fuzzi Bunz which he still wears at night. (he’s almost 3) Back when they both wore the BG’s, I would differentiate the size diaper by color so that I could just grab and go with each diaper change.

  367. Kelly said...

    I am hoping to have two babies in cloth at the same time. For now, I only have my daughter (my only child). I anticipate laundry more often. I also plan to buy either a bummis package or some fitteds for the newborn. Then, since we use primarily pocket one size diapers, I would designate some colors to the older child and some to the younger so I don’t have to always adjust. I also have a large supply of Fuzzi Bunz size medium, so those would go to whomever they fit. I can’t imagine how much I would spend a month if I had two babies in disposables. Or how much diaper trash I would have each week.

  368. Kelly said...

    I posted a comment on diapering times two!

  369. Katie said...

    We’re thinking about TTC again soon, so this week has been very helpful. There were a few things I didn’t consider about having 2 in diapers. I guess it would make sense in some situations to keep each child’s diapers separate or have a way to tell them apart. I wonder how well OS Bumgenius work for newborns.

  370. Kelly said...

    I posted a comment on double the fun.

  371. Kelly said...

    I posted a comment on How to Use Soft Bums – video.

  372. Kelly said...

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  373. Katie said...

    I have your button on my blog, which is linked to my google/blogger ID.

  374. I commented on “Diapering times two”.

  375. Looks like an awesome Fluff Friday! I just checked out those diapers on Kellyscloset.com to learn more about them, they look great! I only have one child, but will have two soon enough (due in August) in cloth diapers… unless my daughter is done with potty training by the time she is 2 (not sure how likely that will be). But I would be excited to check out these cloth diapers on a newborn since I have no newborn cloth diapers. Eventually I will have to get some newborn cloth diapers, and once our second child is out of newborn size we should be all set since we have the BumGenius 3.0One Size Pocket diapers, which will fit both children. I will just most likely need to wash more often and hopefully potty training goes well so we might not have two in diapers for long.

  376. Maggie said...

    If I ever have two in diapers I will use all of your wonderful stories and advice to help me manage. Thanks for that.

  377. Maggie said...

    I left a comment on Diapering times TWO!

  378. I commented on “Double the fun”.

  379. commented on “Diapering times TWO!”

  380. While I only have Kinsley in diapers right now, another reason why I cloth diaper is because it will save SOOO much money down the road. I am still looking for that absolute perfect diaper. (I hope SoftBums are them!) I am looking at one of those toy boxes featured before to store my diapers…it looked so practical.

  381. “How To use a Soft Bums – Video” left a comment

  382. “Double the Fun” left a comment….lots of very good, basic advice

  383. erinsmomma said...

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  384. erinsmomma said...

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  385. erinsmomma said...

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  386. erinsmomma said...

    I only have one child right now and I am so glad that I switched to cloth. The main reason that I did was so that I could use them when we have more children too. My stash is mostly made up of BumGenius one-size and medium Fuzzi Bunz, but now that Kelly’s Closet will soon have one-size Fuzzi Bunz I’ll be all set!

  387. Katie said...

    I commented on “Diapering times TWO!”

  388. Katie said...

    I commented on “How To use a Soft Bums – Video”

  389. Dani said...

    This is a great giveaway! Right now, we only have 1 in cloth, but hope to add to our family this year. Being organized sounds like the best way to CD 2 children!

  390. Dani said...

    I left a comment on todays post – cloth diapering times two.

  391. Erika said...

    I commented on the soft buns video.

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  392. Erika said...

    I would love to find a true one-size solution for both my 1 and 2 year old. Bum Genius is too small for my oldest. Happy Heiny barely fits. Does anyone have any other suggestions?

    ireland 241 at adelphia dot net

  393. Rachel Bates said...

    I only have one so far, but definitely plan to cloth diaper the second as well. Some of my diapers can be reused by a 2nd baby.

  394. Cecile said...

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  395. Cecile said...

    To make it easier for everybody, I picked a few Happy Heiny in prints for my toddler, who only wears them at night, while the baby wears BG or FB in solid colors. My two and a half year old is very strict about what’s hers and what’s the baby’s, and she enjoys knowing that the print diapers are hers exclusively!

  396. Sara in Seattle said...

    commented on diapering times two

  397. Meghan said...

    I commented on “Diapering times TWO!”

  398. Meghan said...

    I only have one child in diapers, but I think it would take lots of organization to have two or even three! One sizers would be a must and keeping on top of the laundry.

  399. Aisha said...

    I commented on Diapering Times Two.

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  400. Nikki said...

    I think the biggest change for me having 2 in cloth would (will?…..I think we may have another in about 9 months…still too early to tell though!)be extra laundry. I’m currently washing every other day, just a medium size load. I’m pretty sure with a newborn the loads would be a lot bigger! I’m looking forward to cloth diapering our next baby from the start!

  401. Kelly said...

    I left a comment on the Diapering times TWO! post.

  402. The Hartmans said...

    I have two babies in diapers. My oldest in diapers just turned 2. We are busy trying to potty train him. Currently he is in g diapers, but he keeps us busy with making sure he hasn’t wet them.

    My youngest is 8 months tomorrow. We have him in Blueberry diapers.

    It is hard, because I have to keep an eye on our oldest all the time, and make sure he doesn’t have an accident (which he normally does). Then I need to keep track of when I changed him last and make sure he’s OK, too. It’s lots of washing and changing.

    We also only have 6 cloth diapers for the oldest and 9 for the youngest, so we have to make sure we keep up on the laundry every day.

  403. The Hartmans said...

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  404. Melissa said...

    I have a baby in cloth & a preschooler that wears a diaper for bedtimes. I think one-size diapers are the best for multiple children/ages. I would love to try the SoftBums diapers!
    mjones_ 82@yahoo.com

  405. the momma said...

    commented on the “Diapering times TWO!” post!

  406. the momma said...

    As a SAHM to 2- soon to be 3- daughters, I am SO glad we switched to cloth diapers! Since we are working with only 1 income, I love saving money, time, and energy any way I can- and I certainly can do all 3 with cloth diapering! I love that with my current stash of dipes, I do not have to go out to the store (esp. in our FRIGID winter weather) to buy more dipes every week, I can get by with doing diaper laundry every 2 to 3 days, and since we use pocket dipes, I can just hang them to dry and within 6 hours- even in our frozen Maine basement- they are dry! (I run the inserts on 1 cycle in the dryer and they are done too… I could put the pocket dipes in there, but I find they last longer if line dried.) My favorite thing about cloth diapers- no more stinky bags of trash hanging around waiting for trash day… and I really like that even when DD#3 arrives in 8 weeks or so our trash output will not increase from our 1 kitchen sized bag per week (if that)! And those stinky dipes? I spray off any residue from solids and keep them all bundled up in a wet bag with the “just wet” dipes until laundry day. No smell!!! How will will I continue to manage the work load when DD#3 arrives? By having enough pockets, AIOs, and PFs/covers to last through 2 days of diapering so I can maintain my current laundry schedule. The different types of dipes are to accommodate whoever is diapering the babe… daddy and grandparents love velcro, great grandparents are still really impressed with the AIOs (even though DD#2 has used them for over a year!), and the PFs/covers are to stretch the diapering (the cheapest way) between laundry days!

  407. Kelly said...

    I currently have one in diapers but can’t wait to have two, only 16 more weeks. I always think that having two in cloth just gives me more of an excuse to buy more fluff. I have definitely been stocking up lately and my husband’s comment was ” I thought using cloth diapers meant buying them once and not having to buy any more ” He just doesn’t understand how addicting cute fluff is!

  408. Senior Family said...

    i commented on diapering times TWO :0)

  409. Anja said...

    I have one child in diapers. I can only hope that when I have two child, my child will be using the potty. We will see!

    Terja …terjakristina@yahoo.com

  410. Anja said...

    I am a follower.

  411. Montana Momma said...

    I only have one in diapers, but all I can say is that I hope the next one will be a girl, cause I’ve purchased a ton of pink!

  412. A Psych Mommy said...

    I left a comment on diapering times two!

  413. A Psych Mommy said...

    I think if I have two babies in diapers, I’m going to have to really up my organization system! I like the idea of having two wet bags or diaper cans so that you can separate the diapers for each child. I’ll probably have to look into getting a portable cart or something for extra diaper storage–at least it gives me an excuse to buy more dipes!

  414. Posted a comment on “Diapering times TWO!” post.

  415. We currently cd our 8 month old twins and really feel like we are doing something good for our boys, our earth, and our budget.

  416. Advertised your giveaway on my blog.

  417. Jonathan said...

    I love cloth diapering our 2 boys and even help with the diaper laundry. I hope that we can cd our 3rd from birth (whenever that happens).

    jallendavis (at) gmail.com

  418. A Little McD said...

    I only have one, but want another soon so that they are close in age. i’ve been wanting to try cloth diapers but just don’t know where to start! this would be a great intro for me!

  419. Umm Sayf said...

    just commented on “diapering times two”

  420. carla said...

    I have 2 in cloth right now. I have specific diapers for each, but some one size diapers that fit both boys. I try to wash every 2 days to ensure they have enough to get through. Sometimes I am stuck washing late at night… but it’s so worth it to use cloth!

  421. Senior Family said...

    I really like my 2 seperate stashes for my boys .. it is working out for us , i wish they could share the OS stash but the older one needs a higher rise on him … oh well it works for us :)

    I just saw these 2 ? and wanted to give my 2 cents if that is ok :)

    Do most parents who have two kiddos in cloth use the one-sized diapers?

    I was thinking that would be the most economical, right?

    I would but the rise on my almost 3 yr old does not work in the OS that fit my 11 mon old .. he is in OS since he can grow with them . we use L FB /MT OS on the toddler and BG OS , BK OS , HH OS and WAHMIES OS on my 11 month old (varied stash) HTH

    I would love to find a true one-size solution for both my 1 and 2 year old. Bum Genius is too small for my oldest. Happy Heiny barely fits. Does anyone have any other suggestions?

    I like Mommy’s Touch OS for my almost 3 yr old . they seem to have a higher rise and I have not tried them but FB now makes a OS .. we love L FB on my older son ash he needs the rise of it :)

  422. EdenSky said...

    I have only one in diapers. If I had another I don’t think it would make much difference to my cloth diaper routine. I’m doing laundry anyway right?

  423. AScott said...

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  424. EdenSky said...

    Commented on Diapering times 2

  425. AScott said...

    I am curious how many diapers those with two have. I’m planning to have baby #2 within the next year while my first will probably still be in diapers.

    Right now I only have enough cloth to last my little one for one day. I thought it was a pretty good deal if you were willing to do laundry every night and save on the extra cloth you didn’t have to buy. I’m wondering if that is possible with two.

  426. foodie_mom said...

    A friend just introduced me to gdiapers. I was shocked at the price. I think SoftBums is the way to go.

    When the new baby gets here I’m sure we’ll end up with “his” and “hers”, even though they’ll be in OS dipes. She’s a pink girly girl and loves to pick her own diaper out. So, I guess I’ll need to stock up!

  427. Jenny said...

    I only have 1. I imagine I would wash everyday. Since I use onesize diapers I’d probably color code them for each kid so I wouldn’t gave to change the rise.

    irzjenn@gmail.com

  428. Liz said...

    I commented in “diapering times TWO”!

  429. I left a comment on Diapering Times Two…great article. It’s fun to read real life experiences of mom’s using diapers.

  430. I currently have 3 in diapers. My oldest is only at night the younger two are full time in diapers. I think it’s a great way to save money. I actually enjoy washing and reorganing my diapers. Someone once told me if you’re going to use cloth make them fun. I feel like my fuzzi bunz and bum genius are fun diapers. I wish I would have started off using them for my oldest.

  431. I left a comment on “Update from our 7th winner.”

  432. Kelly said...

    I’ve been buying inserts/doublers in the larger sizes, in hopes I can use them for both kids too – I can fold them smaller for the times I use them with the little one and fold them bigger for the older one. Also, I may attempt using some prefolds since they are less expensive and even if I have to get a couple of sizes, they have SO MANY uses beyond just diapers! My parents STILL use the cloth diapers that I used to wear as a newborn for burp cloths when the grandkids visit or for cleaning rags. Thirty+ year old prefold diapers still being used! Yeah! Ha ha ha.

  433. Amanda said...

    Stay on top of it! There have been a few times that I have been in a rush so, I set the dirty duds near the sink and plan to return later to dump them out. Somehow, when later comes, 1 diaper has turned into 3 or 4 diapers that need to be cleaned out. And that’s w/ just one child. So with multiple children, it will be essential to stay on top of things.

  434. Angela D said...

    1 baby in cloth … with 2 I would probably merge to all one-size diapers.

  435. Kelly said...

    I commented on the post “Diapering times TWO!”

  436. Kelly said...

    I commented on the post, “Double the fun!”

  437. Kelly said...

    I commented on the post “History Of The Adjustable Elastic Diaper.” :)

  438. Amanda said...

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  439. the momma said...

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  440. the momma said...

    With 2 daughters- soon to be 3- using cloth diapers how do I manage?
    1. Have an ample (but not extravagant- we’re working w 1 income here!) stash… currently 14 small fuzzis, 2 diaper covers and 2 dozen PFs, and 4 AIOs for our newborn and 6 medium fuzzis and 8 bumgenius 3.0 for our older 2… once the newborn fits into the bumgenius, they’ll be reallocated to her stash, and I’ll use the PFs a lot less… bc hopefully by then both of the 2 older daughters will be using dipes for naps and night only. This stash generally lasts about 2 days, so I’m not constantly doing laundry!
    2. Organization- pockets get restuffed directly out of the laundry, with nighttime diapers getting both a microfleece and hemp stuffer, then they are folded and put away- newborn items on the shelves, older daughters’ in their baskets. I have a basket beside the changing table with wipes, wipes solution, extra stuffers, and other baby lotions and such. Keeping the diapering area neat and ready to go makes it easy for whoever is diapering… mom, dad, grands, or babysitter! (on the rare occasion we actually get a night out!)
    3. Develop a system that works for you! With 5 people’s clothing, bedding, and towels to wash, as well as other household chores (like dishes-ugh!), I do not have time to wash diapers every day… so I do diapers every 2 days- or 3 if DD#1 wakes up dry from nap- starting the load in the morning, hanging to dry by lunch time, and stuffing and putting away before the girls go to bed… this was my main chore today, and other than the 2 diapers they used for naps, and the 2 they’re wearing for bed, all our diapers are clean, folded, and put away…and I can go to bed and sleep as easily as those of you who must have an empty kitchen sink before bed! (I do not have to have a clean kitchen sink to sleep well…the dinner dishes from today are rinsed, stacked neatly, and waiting for my dear, loving husband to wash them tomorrow!)

  441. Angela said...

    commented on: History Of The Adjustable Elastic Diaper

  442. Angela said...

    I no longer have two in diaps… When I did I did different kinds.

  443. I commented on, “History of the Adjustable Elastic Diaper.”

  444. erinsmomma said...

    I commented on the “History of the Adjustable Elastic Diaper” post.

  445. erinsmomma said...

    I only have one child right now, but this Fluff Friday giveaway has really given me something to think about when we decided to have another baby. And I still think one-size are the way to go!

  446. Kelly said...

    I posted a comment on the History of Adjustable Elastic Diaper.

  447. Carol said...

    I commented on Diapering Times Two.

  448. Kelly said...

    I only have one child, a ten month old daughter. Right now cloth diapering is super easy. I think with another child, the only thing would be having to do laundry a little more often. I do it every fourth day right now, I would probably have to do it every other day. I use one size diapers and medium fuzzi bunz right now (which have a huge range) so I think for the one size, I would just designate certain colors pre-adjusted for the older child and other colors pre-adjusted for the younger child. When I next have a newborn, I will probably buy a bummis package or some fitteds and covers for the newborn days. But I can just picture now, two adorable bums in fluff. Can’t wait for that day!

  449. Carol said...

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  450. Nikki said...

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  451. Katie said...

    I commented on “History Of The Adjustable Elastic Diaper.”

  452. Katie said...

    I’m learning a lot from these comments! I’m starting to worry that my son will not fit in the OS Bumgenius much longer. He is in the 97th percentile for height and we’ve been on the largest setting for several months now. I’m hoping he will slim down a little as he starts walking more, but I can barely get the velcro around him as it is. And I know he has a lot more growing to do! I guess we will have to try some larger options. Still, even with buying another style of diaper, I don’t think cloth will be too difficult when we have our second. Especially because at first we can just use what we already have. And we’ll still be saving money.

  453. Nikki said...

    I think having 2 in cloth would be a great excuse to buy more diapers! I only have one in diapers right now, but I have to admit, I’m addicted to cloth diapering. It’s so much fun! I’m always looking at new options and diapers online, even though I can’t really afford to buy many more on our one income. Even the laundry doesn’t seem like a chore with all that cute fluff to admire. Twice the diapers, twice the fluff fun! I do try to buy gender neutral so that if we get a girl next, she could wear her older bro’s dipes when he’s done with them.

  454. Melissa said...

    Hi, I commented on the post “History of the Adjustible Diaper”. Thanks!
    mjones_82 @yahoo.com

  455. Melissa said...

    I have a baby in cloth & a preschooler that wears a night time diaper. I'm using mostly BG 3.0's right now. It's a very easy system.

    mjones_ 82@yahoo.com

  456. Maggie said...

    I’m not sure exactly how I’d manage if I had two in diapers, but I know that all your advice would help.

  457. Maggie said...

    I left a comment on “History Of The Adjustable Elastic Diaper”.

  458. Dani said...

    We only have 1 in cloth at this time, but when we have 2, I will need to be super organized and have a central location for both babies to be changed. Is over 500 posts a record to date!

  459. Dani said...

    Commented on today’s post – History of the Adjustable Elastic Diaper

  460. A Psych Mommy said...

    i left a comment on the history of the adjustable elastic!

  461. A Psych Mommy said...

    I’m actually more and more excited about having a second baby sooner rather than later. I’ve been reading the comments of others that have more than one and their ideas are great! I especially love how I keep reading to have more diapers–good excuse to buy more so that I will have some all ready to go when the next one arrives! I think it’ll take time to get a new system in place, but with organization I should definately be okay.

  462. Erika said...

    i commented on the “adjustable elastic diaper” blog.
    interesting……

  463. Left a comment on “History Of The Adjustable Elastic Diaper”.

  464. I have 2 babies in diapers. I have never had just one baby so I guess I don’t know how it would compare to only 1 or 2 in completely different sizes but we generally only buy OS diapers because we want to be able to use them longer instead of having to buy new sizes. I really appreciate the new post on different adjustable diapers.

  465. Katrina said...

    I commented on the History of the Adjustable Diaper post

  466. Katrina said...

    When I started CDing 8 months ago, both of my boys wore the BumGenius one size diaper since it fit both of them. I stuffed and sized them by color so that I could easily differentiate between the diapers for each boy. Now that my oldest is day time trained, he wears Fuzzi Bunz at night, and my youngest wears all of the BG’s and other diapers in my stash.

  467. Senior Family said...

    i commented on the history of adjustable elastic :0) wow a great post !! neat diapers too

  468. Senior Family said...

    2 in diapers can be fun but is challenging too sometimes since you have to take double the diapers when you go out .. i am committed to not using sposies except at nite time but i do have a few in my bag -jic (blush) . what kinds of bags and systems does everyone use for outings ?
    we use a sherpani diaper bag and i have 2 for ea in their .. sometimes i do not mind the bulk and other times i do .. i would love to streamline my system :)

  469. Umm Sayf said...

    just commented on “History of the Adjustable Elastic Diaper”

  470. EdenSky said...

    I have one baby in diapers right now. I figure the more babies you have, the more reason you have to use cloth!

  471. EdenSky said...

    posted on history of adjustable elastics.

  472. Meghan said...

    I commented on “History of the Adjustable Elastic Diaper”

  473. AScott said...

    Posted on History Of The Adjustable Elastic Diaper.

  474. Kelly said...

    I posted a comment/question to the entry, “Double the fun!”

  475. Ashley said...

    I’ve only got 1 in diapers so far but can’t wait to have 2! One-Size diapers are the best invention ever!
    billnash@hotmail.com

  476. AScott said...

    I think one of the main downsides people have with cloth is the cost, that they are too expensive. One of the main differences with cloth versus disposables is that with cloth you put your money for them upfront and not have to pay for them again. Can you imagine buying 2 to 3 years worth of dispoables at once?? When you look at it like that, cloth seems so much cheaper in comparison. I can’t imagine throwing my money away at disposables now.

  477. Sara in Seattle said...

    commented on the “history” post

  478. Kelly said...

    I left a comment on the “History Of The Adjustable Elastic Diaper” post.

  479. Kelly said...

    As much as I am getting addicted to my pocket diapers, it sure would be nice to have the Soft Bums diaper that can just change out the insert similar to a prefold & cover.

    With #3 arriving in 16 weeks, and then having two in diapers (19 mo old & newborn) I will definitely have my hands full with changing diapers, doing more laundry and kissing bellies. But with enough fluff to cover both bottoms, it will be that much more fun :)

  480. I commented at the “History of the Elastic Waste Diaper”

  481. Katie said...

    I commented at “History Of The Adjustable Elastic Diaper”

  482. Erika said...

    I have two in diapers right now and am planning more children… hopefully not until at least one of them is potty trained:) I am very excited to cloth diaper from the newborn age. I didn’t discover cloth until my youngest was 3-4 months old. How wonderful to reuse my stash!

    ireland 241 at adelphia dot net

  483. heather d said...

    I have one in diapers and one who just got through the nights last summer (at age 5). Hoping 1 1/2 year old will take interest in potty training soon as there will hopefully be new baby within a year. Two in diapers will be a challenge!

  484. heather d said...

    And I am a follower

  485. “History Of The Adjustable Elastic Diaper” left a comment here….oh please, oh please pick me this week!

  486. I have been thinking about diapering 2 this week and I am thinking that I should expand my stash so that the fluff won’t wear out before then….what a great reason to spend money…now I just have to wait til next pay day OR perhaps I will win this week!

  487. Liz said...

    I commented in “History of the Adjustable Diaper”

  488. Tanya said...

    I posted in the history post. Thanks!!!

  489. Anonymous said...

    I have 2 in diapers and I really enjoy CDing them!! It has been really easy because of all of the information on Kelly’s Closet blog and website. I find it therapeutic to fold diapers and add up how many we used in that load which indicates how much we saved (our pocketbooks and the Earth) by using cloth!! :)

    threekstrio at yahoo dot com

  490. Anonymous said...

    I commented on “Cloth Diapering times 2″ :)

    threekstrio at yahoo dot com

  491. Anonymous said...

    I commented on “How To use a Soft Bums – Video”

    threekstrio at yahoo dot com

  492. Cecile said...

    I posted a comment on the rocky mountain diapers

  493. Cecile said...

    I use the one size diapers on both of my children, to make things a bit easier

  494. Heather said...

    I HAD two in cloth, and that was the main motivator to get the oldest one potty learning. The key was to make sure I washed enough or they would add up too quickly and the older child’s diapers would stink. I have a front loader, so the biggest thing to remember is to not put more than 24 diapers in one load, 18 is better.

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