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7 Signs That You Are Addicted to Cloth Diapering

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Cloth Diapering is addicting. The pretty prints, fluffy bottoms, and the cuteness of your baby in a cloth diaper is enough to make you go overboard.

baby in cloth diaper

We put together a list of 7 signs that may show you have an addition to cloth diapering, are any of these you?

* You had to buy just one more diaper because you have an odd number in your stash

* Your husband begins to question the savings of cloth diapering and threatens to cut you off

* You constantly refresh a website waiting for a diaper to come back in stock because you know they will sell out in 5 minutes

* Your baby got some new outfits, that means you need new diapers

* You find that buying cloth diapers is therapeutic

* You have fluff envy when a new print or diaper is released. You. Must. Hold. Back!

* You run to your child for quick diaper changes just to put a new print or color on their tush

– The Solution to Cloth Diapering Addictions? Studies have shown that the only way to cure a cloth diapering addiction is to potty train your child Smile 

Leave us a comment and share your stash with us! Are you addicted to cloth diapering?

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Hi! I'm Amanda, a Kansas City Lifestyle Blogger, mom of two little people, social media addict, travel junkie with a slight obsession to baking and fitness.

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  • Haha, very true! I will say that I started keeping a record of my cd purchases because I was starting to question the money saving aspect due to my addiction. I spent a LOT more than I'd intended, but still less than disposables. And I keep reminding myself that these have resale value but no one would buy a used disposable lol!
  • I am due in November am already addicted to cloth diapering. My husband is failing to see the savings now, but he will once we get our stash...oh and our baby girl. :)
  • Got to say that is one cute baby!!! If I still had a little one in diapers, I can so see me using diapers. They have come a long way.
  • Um, this hits too close to home to be funny!!! For me, it is especially the ever-reducing cost-savings that comes from my ever-increasing fluff stash!
  • funny! I had to laugh at Christina's post too;) I was with my daughter when she went diapershopping last late summer. I was in AWE of the cute prints. This coming from a mommy Waaaaay back who tried it and gave up because of the gross "rubber pants" that fell apart and the look from other moms. I think it's VERY admirable...not sure if it saves much money but it does save our landfills and yes, those cutie patootie prints are worth it!
    • It has definately saved us money. :) Even with my addiction I buy on craigslist, clearance, or trade. And now that I can use them for baby #2 our savings is doubled! Those rubber pants were awful, my sister used them on her baby and was amazed at the new stuff available now.
  • - You have another baby as an excuse to buy newborn diapers. - You can't be loyal to just one brand, you have to try them all !!!!!!!!!!! - Diaper laundry is your favorite kind of laundry. haha, just adding a few of my own to the list :)
  • I guess I must be addicted to cloth diapers --lol--I really don't know its rally an addiction for me as it really saves money, and eco sense,and keeps my baby Pierce happier because his little skin does not have problems.. So maybe I am addicted? All the same thanks for your review, I had to sit and really think about it because it just seems the better way, and I hadn't thought about it the way you had brought to my attention.
  • LOL, I like this. I sure wish they had these when my children were younger. I'd have most likely been the addict. I used plain white ugly ones back then.
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