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Fluff Friday 76


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667 comments:

  1. C's Mommy said...

    I follow your blog!

  2. Erin Houser said...

    I have yet to use my diaper stock, since my Baby isn't here yet (due last Sunday! Uhg!) However, I fully intend to utilize the biodegradable inserts when traveling. Being natural, and biodegradable is very important to me, and I would not use an insert that was not.

  3. C's Mommy said...

    To be honest, yes, I think it's a great idea if they are super low cost. People could then use cloth with a disposable component, if they are more comfortable with that. It also might be easier for some parents when traveling.

  4. C's Mommy said...

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  5. A Boyd said...

    I think it's a good thing. Some of us need the option for daycare and church.

  6. Jenny Borders said...

    Yes, I think it's a good idea, because it helps make cloth diapering on the go more accessible for some families, helping eliminate the thought it's not possible.

  7. Jenny Borders said...

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  8. hannah said...

    I think it's a great idea. I think more people will be willing to try cloth if they know there is a disposable component available for convenience.

  9. Jenny Borders said...

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  12. Mike & Emily said...

    I think it is a great idea! Especially for tough situations, like traveling, where you may not be able to cloth diaper. It is a much better option to disposable diapers.

  13. hannah said...

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  14. Erin G said...

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  15. Erin G said...

    hmmm… this is a hard question because I'm not really sure who the target demographic is for flushable/disposable components to cloth diapers even IS. It won't appeal to the cheapies, since they're more expensive than disposables. It won't appeal to the earthies, since they'll go full-on cloth. It might appeal to moms of babies with sensitive skin, etc.

    Even though I have no interest in using these products, I think it's great for companies to offer them. If people need them and want them, then it's nice to have the option, I think.

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  16. Jenny Borders said...

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  17. Mom of FIVE said...

    I posted on FB discussion "Who First Told You About Cloth Diapers?"

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  18. Lexi said...

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  19. Lexi said...

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  20. Karla said...

    No – I think there are so many products on the market already (disposable, washable, combination systems like the gdiaper), and I feel like it would just be a compromise to tap into those who aren't into cloth diapering. What's the point if we're going to throw stuff away?

  21. Lexi said...

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  22. Mom of FIVE said...

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  23. Lexi said...

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  24. Lexi said...

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  25. Lexi said...

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  26. Sandra said...

    RE: Bio-degradable/disposable components for cloth diapers…

    I think it is a great idea to use on an occassional basis, but not for everyday. I think it would be okay i if they are either biodegradable or somehow better for the environment than regular disposables. As a side note, I use Flip but have never bought the disposable liners… but I would consider it to use when on vacation.

  27. Mom of FIVE said...

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  28. Lexi said...

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  29. MomLovesDeals said...

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  30. MomLovesDeals said...

    I wouldn't use anything like that because I love the fact that I can throw the whole thing in the wash. My husband was all for cloth because he hates the smell of diapers (even in a canister, he still says he can smell it.)

  31. MomLovesDeals said...

    I posted a comment in the "Who first told you about cloth diapering?" discussion.

  32. Lexi said...

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  33. Kelly and Nate said...

    Sure why not? They are still a little better for the environment than regular disposables.

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  37. Mom of FIVE said...

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  38. Lisa Hammer said...

    I commented on "The Cloth Diaper Whisperer: Fluff Friday 76" on the facebook fan page!

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  39. Mom of FIVE said...

    I am a Facebook fan!

  40. Lisa Hammer said...

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  41. Lexi said...

    i left a review for the Flip Stay Dry insert

  42. Mom of FIVE said...

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  43. Lisa Hammer said...

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  45. J said...

    I think it is great. We all live in the real world and for some cloth all the time is not easy so why not give options to those of us who need them.

  46. Lisa Hammer said...

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  48. J said...

    I think it is great!

  49. Laurie said...

    I LEFT A COMMENT ON FACEBOOK UNDER THE NEW FLUFF FRIDAY STATUS.

  50. Lisa Hammer said...

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  54. Heather said...

    I think it's a great idea. More people might be interested in using cloth diapers if the "ick" factor of washing wasn't there.

  55. Mom of FIVE said...

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  56. Heather said...

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  60. Bethany said...

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  61. Melissa & Rob said...

    Yes! For those that compost, a bio-degradable option may be better than using water, soap & electricity. And there are definitely times that a disposable is just necessary. If you didn't have to buy a whole separate system (i.e. BG One Size & Flip), it would be easier.

  62. Katrina said...

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  63. Katrina said...

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  64. Katrina said...

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  65. Katrina said...

    I think so. Though personally, I think they are more for the person who is not in cloth diapering to save money. It seems those inserts cost more than traditional disposables. But they are good for the environment, and for some people, that is the reason they cloth diaper.
    Personally, they aren't for me, though I might use them on a trip or something. =)

  66. I think that it is a good idea as long as the company is sure to make the disposables as green as possible.

    Heather
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  67. Bethany said...

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  68. Mom of FIVE said...

    I think it is good to have it as an option. I don't think it should be used as an everyday diapering system because it is still throwing something away and using more resources verses just using cloth. But yes some situtations disposable inserts can certainly come in handy.

  69. Katrina said...

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  70. Melissa & Rob said...

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  71. Melissa & Rob said...

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  72. Melissa & Rob said...

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  73. Melissa & Rob said...

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  74. Melissa & Rob said...

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  75. Melissa & Rob said...

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  76. The Snells said...

    I think its a great idea to have companies have a disposable (which i believe should be compostable) because a lot of moms are scared of cloth because they think of diaper pins and leaking and yuck but its come so far! If there were a hybrid option to most cloth diapers i think it would get more and more moms to use cloth and ditch the sposies!!

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  81. Ashley H said...

    Yes I think it's a great idea. Very convenient for traveling. Also nice for those who are new to cd.

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  83. Ashaya Hammond said...

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  85. Ashaya Hammond said...

    I think it is a great idea, though I have learned (after cloth diapering for over five years) that pockets are super duper easy to travel with, unless you can't or don't want to wash while on the road. I started out with cotton prefolds and have ended up using pockets. There is a price difference, but in the long run, it has been cheaper to use the pockets. I had way more leakage and stink issues using cotton prefolds than I ever have with pockets. So, I ended up keeping Seventh Gen. disposables around for outings a lot. If I had taken that money and bought a pocket each time rather than a bag of those, I would have saved a lot of money. However, I do still like the idea of having a cover that can do double duty, for either disposable or reusable inserts. The amount of waste is certainly less with one of those inserts than with a full disposable. Plus, the biodegradable inner is WAY better than that nasty gel that isn't environmentally compatible at all.

  86. Liz said...

    I think it has bridged the gap between disposable and cloth diapers. I think having biodegradable inserts might encourage new moms to evenutally try out cloth and experienced moms some options while traveling or having a sick baby.

  87. Liz said...

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  89. Liz said...

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  90. Anonymous said...

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  92. Liz said...

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  93. Anonymous said...

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  94. Krista said...

    I think it's a fabulous idea. Otherwise, I would be using disposables when we travel. Sorry, but I would :-) Disposable inserts rock.

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  97. Yes, I think the more options available to people considering cloth – the better. Now that I am using cloth though, I don't find the disposable option really necessary.

  98. erinmcpatrick said...

    I like it when cloth manufacturers offer biodegradable inserts! They are great when traveling and for people to get introduced to cloth.

  99. erinmcpatrick said...

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  100. erinmcpatrick said...

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  101. erinmcpatrick said...

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  102. Rmanduh said...

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  103. Rmanduh said...

    i think its a great way to introduce people to cloth that are nervous about washing all the poopy diapers. i use them when we travel and dont have access to washing or storing several days worth of dirty inserts.

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  104. Rmanduh said...

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  108. Rachael said...

    I think it's great. I have 2 in diapers and my first daughter has developed an allergy to wet fabric… how dumb is that? I assure you it's a real thing, or at least her doctor said so, and so did the horrible, seemingly incurable rash. Our second daughter is 100% cloth diapered and it's nice to be able to use cloth in some form on both. The inserts are much better than using a whole disposable diaper.

  109. Rachael said...

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  110. Rachael said...

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  111. Rachael said...

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  113. Rachael said...

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  115. tigerlily2024 said...

    I think it's a good idea to offer biodegradeable inserts. They would be useful when camping or traveling by air.

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  116. Kayla said...

    I think it's a nice thing to do. I'm sure there are times when you run into a situation where cloth is really hard to deal with or very troublesome. At least it's better than resorting to disposable diapers.

  117. Kayla said...

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  118. Kayla said...

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  119. Kayla said...

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  120. Kayla said...

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  122. Kayla said...

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  123. Rachael said...

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  124. Amy said...

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  125. Kayla said...

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  126. Katy said...

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  127. Katy said...

    I like that there's the option, but I don't really like them myself. I'm sure they're helpful for someone out there though!

  128. I think it's a great option to have for parents that aren't too sure or ready for switching to cloth completely. And for traveling it makes things easier as well.

  129. Katy said...

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  131. Lisa said...

    Yes, I think it's a good idea. That way people who aren't ready to fully commit to cloth diapers still have a better option than disposables. Plus it's a nice option for certain times like vacations or if your washing machine breaks down.

  132. Lisa said...

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  136. FordeFam said...

    I think it's a great idea to offer them! I actually started out with the gdiaper, but bought prefolds to go into them, specifically. I did, however, find that there were times that it was nice to use the flushable/disposable inserts when we were out! :) I hadn't intended on using them, but I appreciated them in the end! I would love to see what the flip is like in comparison! I now use mostly fuzzibunz, motherease and bumgenius, but I LOVE trying out new diapers and I'm always curious! I have been toying with getting some with the coming of our new addition being next week! :)

  137. FordeFam said...

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  139. Leah S said...

    I'm not sure. Biodegradeable inserts just seems to be a fancy way of making one feel less guilty about not needing to buy disposables? Seems like it's just the same as putting a fancy cloth diaper cover on a disposable.

  140. Erika and Jason said...

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  141. Erika and Jason said...

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  143. Erika and Jason said...

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  144. Erika and Jason said...

    I love that there are sposie inserts! I used them over the weekend on a trip to a non-CD friendly household and it was a huge help!

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  148. Janel said...

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  149. Janel said...

    I think they are a good idea, and gives people another option between cloth and disposable. It could even help people see how easy cloth could be and make the complete switch!

  150. amy taylor said...

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  151. amy taylor said...

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  153. amy taylor said...

    I think it's nice to have disposables when you are on the go or when you drop the baby off with a sitter. However, if you are doing cloth diapers to be cost-effective, then it doesn't make much sense since they are usually more expensive than regular disposables.

  154. Jill said...

    I observed recently that it would be an easier transition for Dd'ing moms than full out cloth, to have that option, and might be good for baby showers, as a kind of trial. I am afraid of the slippery slope, deal, though, trying to expand the market into full out DD'ing by a CD company. That would totally bum me out and would seem counterproductive (even if it is profitable)..

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  156. amy taylor said...

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  157. Earth mama said...

    I definitely think it is a good idea. Can't complain about more options because you never know when you might need them!

  158. Cortney said...

    I think that disposable inserts are a completely awesome idea. I have 2 older children, and have found that I have problems sometimes bringing dirty pants in the house in a timely manner, with the kids rushing me around and everything. A disposable insert would make things super easy when leaving the house, or going on long trips.

  159. Earth mama said...

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  160. Cortney said...

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  161. Earth mama said...

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  162. Earth mama said...

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  164. Big Mama said...

    I wrote on the discussion about cloth wipes

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  166. Big Mama said...

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  167. Big Mama said...

    uh… I am not sure what I think about the biodegradable inserts.. I like the idea of flushable ones better.

  168. Earth mama said...

    i tweeted! lol
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  169. AEK said...

    Yes, I do. It makes good marketing sense to bridge that gap between those who only cloth diaper and those who want to cloth diaper but are apprehensive.

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  176. Jill said...

    I commented on line drying when you don't have a yard

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  180. escatellier said...

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  181. escatellier said...

    my only concern is that if the biodegradable insert it thrown away instead of composted, the whole purpose of making it biodegradable is lost.
    Otherwise, it helps win over skeptics!

  182. Jill said...

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  186. jhainlin said...

    I think it is a good idea because sometimes it is just nice to have other options when out or traveling and you don't have a diaper sprayer handy. I like the versatility.

  187. Sandra said...

    I'm following Flip on Twitter. (I own several brands and Flip and Bumgenius are two of my favorites!)

  188. Sandra said...

    Posted a reply on Who first told you about cloth diapering? on Facebook.

  189. Kristen & Cliff said...

    I think it is a great idea! i think for people who are on the fence about cloth vs. disposables, might go with cloth because of the convience of the disposable inserts

  190. Kristen & Cliff said...

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  192. Alycia said...

    I think having biodegradeable inserts is a really good idea. While I haven't used them personally I think it's a great way to get people who normally wouldn't try cloth to actually give it a shot. And anytime you can get someone new to come over to our dark side, it's a good thing! lol

  193. Alycia said...

    I commented on the facebook discussion titled "line drying with no yard" on April 23rd, it'll be by Alycia Cove

  194. Alycia said...

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  203. Carlie Madsen said...

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  205. Ashley said...

    I do, actually! I think that if you have a hesitant husband or babysitter, a disposable insert could be the difference between a box of Pampers and convincing your loved ones that you're not totally crazy, lol.

    My mother will be watching my son for four days in May, and while she's been really receptive to trying the cloth — I think she's curious — I totally intend to send her with a healthy number of disposable inserts for our GroBaby's, so that she can use something more comfortable if the cloth is difficult for whatever reason.

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  214. Lisa said...

    I think it is a good thing as it may encourage more people to cloth diaper their children, which in turn cuts down on the total waste per year from diapers. Also helps with travel and other situations where it is handy to have the disposable option.

  215. Jenna said...

    I'm actually really glad that some of the companies have started doing this. I'm trying to talk my sister-in-law into cloth diapering, and these are going to make it SO much easier. :) You can't beat the convenience!

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  217. Lisa said...

    I think it is a great option when traveling.

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    I follow your blog. =O) I'm glad for the options. DH is more open to the disposables. They are also not so size specific so since we don't use them very much, DD doesn't grow out of them before we can use them.

  219. Meghann said...

    I think it's a good option for those nervous about switching to cloth diapering, and helps them get used to it. But, at the same time, I personally don't use them, because if I'm doing laundry, why not do it all? It just creates more work, by having to separate what to toss and what to wash.

  220. Lindsey said...

    Sure, as I'm sure they're helpful to many. If I want the convenience of disposables, though, I'm going to use disposables. My little guy is a pretty enthusiastic pooper; I know we'd be washing a lot of covers anyway. Target diapers are sufficient when we need them, and they're super cheap.

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  227. Kelsey said...

    Do you think it is a good idea for cloth diaper manufacturer's to come up with bio-degradable/disposable components that are compatible with their cloth diapers?

    I think that it is a great idea for cloth diaper manufacturer's to make biodegradable/disposible components that are compatible with their cloth diapers. I think that it just gives moms one more alternative than they didn't have before. As long as the inserts are bio-degradable and are hypoallergenic and safe for babies bottoms then they get an A+ in my book! I think that it is a wonderful option for traveling when sometimes cleaning up dirty cloth diaper isn't as easy a job to do.

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    Yes and no? Yes because its a great way to continue to utilize your cloth diapering system while you're away, and many disposable inserts are biodegradable so you're still being earth-friendly. No because they are often way more expensive than purchasing a pack of chlorine free disposables such as earth's best, etc.

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  234. simplymerry said...

    I think it's good to have a biodegradeable option, so yes. There are scenarios where that option would be helpful. At times it might be either that or disposables, so I thank the companies who have done so. :)

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  242. In my opinion, it's great that some cloth diaper manufacturers come up with bio-degradable/disposable components that are compatible with their cloth diapers. I think this option makes it less overwhelming for moms and dads who are considering cloth but also anxious about it. I think some families could use an alternative to all-or-nothing when it comes to cloth.

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  248. I LOVE when they give a biodegradeable option, for those of us who compost!!!!!

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  250. luke and pamela said...

    i love it – it gives people options and convenience when you need it.

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  253. amandabryce said...

    I think it's a good idea. It's nice to have a variety, I also think it makes it easier for traveling.

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  259. SCMOMOF2BOYS said...

    I do like it when they have alternatives. I personally can do without them, but for example when I go to church having a flushable liner or something like that is extremely helpful. It's also good I think for helping convert someone to cloth. I think it's also good on vacation when you don't have your diaper sprayer handy. Thanks and great giveaway!

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  277. Lynnipoo said...

    I think it's a good idea. I would like to think there are people "on the edge" of cloth diapering, who would be more likely to try if they had this option.

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  280. Jessica Yoder said...

    Yes I think it would be a great idea for biodegradable/disposable components to be compatable.Then it wouldn't be such a hassle when going on trips and out & about.

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  285. helenlam said...

    I think it's fine…anything to getr more market share and trying out cloth diapers!

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  287. Lexi said...

    i'm really not sure about the biodegradable part of it. i can see the positives for the fact that it gets people cloth diapering which is better than just overall using complete disposables. me personally i never considered the biodegrable inserts because IMO they were a bit counterproductive

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  290. Dani said...

    If it attracts more people to cloth diapering I think it's a good idea.

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  297. Naomi Best said...

    I personally don't like to use anything that needs to be thrown away, biodegradable or not. However, I do agree with the other comments regarding it being a good transition for people not so sure about cloth. I must admit when I have an insert in my son's diaper, it is so much easier to clean up a messy poop!!!

  298. akastelic85 said...

    I think it's a good idea for cloth manufacturers to offer biodegradable inserts. They make the transition from disposable to cloth easier for some people, and they are handy to have when traveling or if you just couldn't get to the laundry yet.

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  304. Priscilla said...

    I really like when cloth diapers have an eco-friendly disposable option. Many parents, including myself, find it very difficult to use cloth on vacation. I end up using standard disposable way too often.

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  307. Amy LaRae said...

    I do think it would be helpful when traveling. It might also make those on the fence with cloth diapering.

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  309. The Beck Bunch said...

    I love the bio-degradable part!! It give lots of good options to people who aren't ready or wanting to go complete cloth everything. If a disposable insert is what's needed that's better than disposable everything.

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  315. RAD said...

    I think its a great idea. Its so useful for traveling or if they are staying with a reluctant relative! The more brands that have them the more people will have versatility for their favorite brands. It is also been the only way I have gotten some reluctant friends and family to make a first attempt at cloth diapering, it was less scary for them, and it doesn't take long for them to get hooked!

  316. Krista said...

    I guess. It's good to have a middle ground. And there are always times when a disposable aspect would come in handy.

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  321. Cari said...

    I think disposable options are a good idea for traveling and to help those that are considering cloth diapers but not ready to take the full leap. I can't imagine using them full time, though.

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  324. Suzanne said...

    I do like the idea of disposable inserts for cloth diapers. When we are out in public, I usually put my son in a disposable diaper. This would make it easier for me to use cloth more often when we are out.

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  329. Brena said...

    I think bio inserts rock! I hate having to use disposables on vacation when there isn't a washer available.

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  332. Amanda said...

    I think it's a good idea because sometimes (like when traveling or going through a difficult situation) it's easier to not have to do the extra wash. But I think the disposable inserts should be super expensive, so it's not an "easy" option. 😉

  333. Katie said...

    For the most part, it seems like a good idea. In truth I'm sure more energy is being used to produce them and then they will still sit somewhere for a little while until they decompose, but it is still designed to be easy on the environment so that is a plus. I haven't used any yet, and if I did it would probably only be while I'm away from home on vacation without a laundry machine.

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  339. the momma said...

    I do think it's a good idea. Just having the option is nice, regardles of whether I ever use it or not!

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  345. Jaime said...

    I think that the biodegradable inserts are a nice option for new CDers like me who maybe need something that is most like disposables. Plus, I'm pretty sure that my DH would like them better since he's pretty grossed out by poop!!!

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  349. Mommy Mac said...

    I do think it is a good idea. In fact, the biodegradable inserts are what drew me to cloth in the first place! I like the ease of being able to have a "disposable" diaper for travel.

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  354. Chany said...

    I do think that it is a good idea. I haven't tried the biodegradable inserts yet, but I would really like to.

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  360. Hull2319 said...

    I think that it is great that cloth diaper manufacturers have come out with biodegradable inserts. I think they can be really helpful for people in transition or for people who aren't able to wash diapers as easily on vacation and easier to use on long road trips. It fills a great need and you don't have to resort to using disposables that will take forever to break down in a landfill!

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  368. I think having a disposable compatable with cloth is a great idea for the times when cloth won't work out… like your daycare won't do cloth or your camping in the woods and there is no laundry and you don't want to have to store cloth or for families who are starting the transition from sposies to cloth.

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  370. fancygrlnancy said...

    I like the idea of the biodegradeable inserts… I have not used any, but they would be great for vacations.

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  373. Melanie said...

    I think it is nice for cloth diapers manufacturers to offer the biodegradeable option. It is just another option and it is a better option than using regular disposable diapers.

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  387. I think its a good idea. It makes it easier for me to use cloth while out and maybe my mom will use them,lol
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  393. Wade&Sarah said...

    I think it is a great idea there are times when all cloth is not a option and it makes it much easier!! Thats why I occasionally use them :)

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  399. I wouldn't prefer using the biodegradable or disposable inserts myself, but I think it's a great idea on the part of the manufacturers to allow people all possible options and help some families ease into cloth diapering who might otherwise not consider it. Also, they could be helpful for travelling.

  400. Katie said...

    I think it is a good option to have disposable components. More options are always good. I think this is especially useful for travel and a halfway place to meet for babysitters and others who are grossed out without compromising all the way to a regular disposable diaper.

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  406. Tami Pearson said...

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  409. mekjsk2000 said...

    I think it would be a good idea for cloth manufacturers to offer biodegradeable inserts for travel or when your going to be away from home for a bit and dont want to worry about yucky diapers sitting for a while.

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  412. I use the disposable insert when my son gets a diaper rash and I have to put some kind of cream on it. But it does not happen often. But I am glad I have them.

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  415. Josie said...

    I think it is a good idea. I think it would make traveling a little easier.

  416. Bella said...

    I think so – reason being that for travel its good to have an option that doesn't require you to do as much laundry, and for people like me who are new to CD the transition may be better because it won't be as much of a change – especially since DH is the one who does diaper changes around here :) I just got my first Flip and will try it out this week – hopefully will work for us

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  425. MommyMonkey said...

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  431. Little Miss "E" said...

    Yes, I think it is a great idea. There are times when cloth is just not practical. Biodegradable inserts in a cloth diaper offer the convenience of a regular disposable but are still at least a little bit environmentally conscious.
    I look forward to trying these out!

  432. hosiewosie said...

    I've never tried them and don't think I will, but sure why not? All disposables should be biodegradable, why do we even produce anything that doesn't decompose?

  433. hosiewosie said...

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  441. Sarah said...

    Yeah, I think that's a pretty good option. At first it didn't make sense to me, like it defeated the purpose of cloth, but I think it would be convenient for trips and things when you can't do laundry easily.

  442. Sarah said...

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  443. Suki said...

    Biodegradeable inserts are great when full cloth diapers are difficult to handle.

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  448. Zara G. said...

    I think so – it's a great option when disposable would be beneficial, and it's such a better option than the non-biodegradable everything else that're all over the place!

  449. austinmomtr said...

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  451. austinmomtr said...

    Honestly, I would probably just use a sposie instead of a system with a bio. liner for those times I couldn't use my pockets. But I do think it is a good idea for others who might want them.

  452. austinmomtr said...

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  454. Jaime said...

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  455. Jaime said...

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  459. Kim Day said...

    It's a great idea. We just used Grobaby biosoakers while traveling earlier this month. It was a great option!

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  463. jdeemarie said...

    I think it is nice that people can choose to use disposable/biodegradable inserts with cloth diapers. There are many people who are hesitant to give up the "convenience" of disposables and these are a nice "bridge." There are also a lot of cloth diaper users that need a way to use cloth diapers without all the laundry (like when traveling). Disposable inserts aren't for everyone, but it's nice to have the option.

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  470. zytwins2009 said...

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  471. zytwins2009 said...

    Yes I think that will help during travel and cloth diapering!

  472. SCMOMOF2BOYS said...

    I commented on the post about turning prefolds into pockets with a BG insert sock.

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  477. Upstatemomof3 said...

    Overall I do think it is a good thing. I think more people will come around to cloth diapers through the hybrids. However, personally, I do not really care for them. I just find them to be a pain. If the cover gets dirty then I still need a place to store it as opposed to a disposable diaper that I just throw away. And I still have to find the garbage and throw the insert away. It is the same reason I wound up using cloth wipes – its just easier.

  478. Upstatemomof3 said...

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  483. Sarah_Joy said...

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  484. neTesse Regenold said...

    I think it's one of those things some people will like or won't. To me it seems just like a gimmick for the companies to make a little more money, playing off the whole green factor. For our family who uses cloth for a multitude of reasons it's just not a wise money decision to use there inserts, especially when we can get disposables for so much cheaper if we absolutely need them. They also may be greener, use than disposables, but for inlaws and baby sitters they usually aren't that much easier.

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  489. gina w. said...

    I think it's a great idea because it makes the diaper more versatile. I bought GroBaby dipes a while back just so I could travel with them easily. That's important when you aren't able to wash diapers… but don't want to go all the way to the disposable dark side! haha! :)

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  491. I think it is okay for them to offer the inserts but I personally am not interested in them.

  492. Britney said...

    Yes, I think it encourages those who are not into the washing of diapers to use more earth friendly systems. It's also nice to have for traveling.

  493. Britney said...

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  498. Shannon said...

    I like the idea especially for traveling. It gives cloth diaper wears an option that is not disposable but easier than washing.

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  500. bbright16 said...

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  502. bbright16 said...

    I think it is nice to have a more environmentally friendly and less toxic disposable option for traveling.

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  506. Courtney B said...

    I think it is a good option for some people, but not for all. I personally only like the cloth… but haven't really tried many of the biodegradable stuff! It just seems more wasteful (packaging and manufacturing) than just re-usable cloth.

  507. jewels said...

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  509. jewels said...

    I think it is a GREAT idea! It is still green yet will help people pick up on cloth diapering and make things easier for travel and babysitters.

  510. skgaff said...

    Sure, I think if people want to use disposable products they will and these cloth manufacturers making them or not will not prevent anyone from using disposable products. At least they are making a more environmentally friendly option for the disposables
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  517. Tynigh said...

    I like that they do offer them. It is still better than disposables!!

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  519. Caryn said...

    I commented on the Facebook entry where Myndee won a Kissaluvs diaper.

  520. Caryn said...

    Yes, I do think it's a good idea. Sometimes you need to use disposables, and it's nice to have an alternative to regular disposables with all those chemicals.

  521. melodybeaty said...

    I was actually JUST thinking about this question and why people would use them. They cost more per insert than a regular disposable diaper, so price is not a reason why. Most people would use them for travel, so it would be much easier to go disposable for less money and less mess. As for the earth, disposable is disposable.

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  526. Allison said...

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  527. Allison said...

    I think biodegradable inserts are a descent idea. I don't use them but they offer a great transition option and are easy for travel.

  528. Bethany said...

    I love having the option of biodegradable inserts. It makes me feel a lot better when I'm not doing cloth.

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  531. Alicia said...

    I don's see much of a difference between biodegradable inserts and cloth ones. I have fuzzibunz and when I take the insert out the shell is still dirty. That means you will still need to walk around with the shell, so why not walk around with the shell and insert? Its not that much heavier, and not more convient to use disposable inserts. I think it's just a waste of money. Isn't that one of the reasons you chose to do cloth diapers? I know it was for me. Why would I buy disposable inserts when I can just by disosable diapers?

  532. Alicia said...

    I would say just stick to cloth, why do half cloth and half disposable. It's the same amount of time washing the shells, but more money, but if I win this fridays set, maybe I will think differently about them

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  534. Yes, I do think it is a great idea to offer biodegradable inserts! They are great for traveling, or even just being out and about.

  535. fancygrlnancy said...

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  536. amberhoward said...

    I do think its a good idea for manufacturers to offer biodegradeable inserts for travel.

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  544. julie said...

    I think offering biodegradeable/disposable inserts is a great idea! it makes cloth diapering much more flexible, especially for going out and about…vacations and traveling would be also be a great time to have the convenience.

  545. julie said...

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  547. Crystal said...

    I do think that offering biodegradable/disposable inserts is a good idea. Although I have yet to use my disposable Flip inserts on a trip, it seems like they would make traveling much easier – and I could just wash the covers in the sink if the place we're staying doesn't have a washer and dryer.

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  554. Jennifer said...

    Yes, it is fine — although the disposable inserts are more expensive than a whole-intact sposie. I would rather go completely disposable when I'm traveling than partially. All or nothing. But it does give people options.

  555. Jennifer said...

    I think the sposie inserts are fine for some people — it gives more options. Personally, I'd rather go all or nothing when traveling, i.e. all sposie or all cloth.

  556. Shelly said...

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  558. julie said...

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  559. Becky said...

    Yes, I think it's a good idea. My son gets terrible diaper rashes and we have to use a specific diaper rash cream with every change, which of course isn't compatible with cloth diapers without the inserts. This severely limits my options, and it would be nice if more manufacturers offered inserts.

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  562. Amanda said...

    I like disposable insert options for cloth diapers: it offers an alternative to traditional disposables for situations in which regular cloth diapers are not possible. Also, I think that it will help convert more people to cloth diapers overall.

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  569. Elizabeth said...

    I absolutely think it is a good idea! It allows an option for everyone. It makes CDing less intimidating to people who may be hesitant to give it a try.

  570. Beth said...

    I think it's a good idea, although I've never used one, I think it would definitely be more convienent for traveling!

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  571. K8tmama said...

    I do think it is a good idea for cloth diaper manufacturer's to come up with a bio-degradable/disposable component to go with their cloth. It can make doing cloth easier in certain situations like vacations or if you are really sick. I also can see it being a "gateway" to cloth diapers for some people. They can have comfort knowing that they can use a bio/disposable if needed or can ease their way into cloth.

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  576. earthlymama said...

    I definitely think it's a good idea for cloth dipe manufacturers to make the biodegradeable inserts. It just gives ppl an extra option and would allow them to sell more diapers, too. The 1st cloth diapers I used were g diapers because I wasn't quite sure about going all-cloth. It was a good transition. We still use g diapers when traveling. So, yes, I am a big fan of biodegradeables. I think more disposable diapers should follow bio guidelines, too.

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  592. Sara King said...

    I like the idea of a bio-degradable option to a cloth diaper only for traveling or at a grandparent/babysitters house that isn't in tune with cloth diapering. I think it's a great option, but I personally wouldn't use it at home for convenience. Only if I was traveling and didn't have a way to wash up my cloth.

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  601. Em said...

    I think it's a great option for traveling!

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  603. Andrea S. said...

    I think it's a good idea for those who want to cloth but like the idea of sposies. It is atleast a good transition to cloth.

  604. Shelly said...

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  610. Slee said...

    i think it is a great idea for them to come up with a biodegradable option that is compatible with their system, because sometimes you do want a disposable option, but this gives a person a way to have something disposable-ish for dealing with yeast or some other terror without crossing the line and buying disposable diapers.

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  614. Jessica said...

    I think it's a good idea, because there will be certain times (relatives, traveling) that I will want something disposable. They are much less waste than a disposable diaper (and no chemicals!).

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