Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Keeping your baby comfy and dry all night...

 Solution?! Fleece liners!

(my pile of fleece)

 Do any of your little ones experience redness or rashes after a long night spent in a cloth diaper?

The prolonged exposure to wetness and the bacteria created can leave our little one's bum-bums feeling not-so-great in the a.m. Bibbit regularly sleeps 13 1/2 hours at night and sometimes this happens to him's so sad. :o(

And all you cloth diapering mama's of little boys know that nasty ammonia smell in the morning when you unleash the beast and change your baby's diaper....phew! For those who don't can make your eyes joke.

Well,  I have heard of some mama's stripping diapers with bleach (yikes!) to remove the ammonia or switching to disposables at night time.

Poly fleece! Poly fleece has this AMAZING property of allowing liquid to pass through it while still remaining dry to the touch! Bibbit is trying this out right now with great results.  He just woke up from his nap and although the fleece was slightly damp, the soaker underneath it was SOAKED! I'm happy to say...I will be making a few of these to put in the Etsy shop!

They are about 5 inches wide and 12.5 inches long (I will also be making some contoured ones), a perfect fit to lay on top of your cloth diapering routine to keep your little one extra dry!

Of course they work well in Lamb Babies diapers as well (wink, wink)!

They will have two layers of fleece for extra protection.

While poly fleece is not an *all natural* fabric, it is one of the most effective and economical options for heavy-wetters and those with sensitive skin!
Check out Etsy this Friday at 5pm to snag some!

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