I first tried the Thirsties Duo Fab Fitted with a Thirsties Duo Wrap. However, after a month I dealt with horrible ammonia issues in only these diapers, which I tried for a month to overcome before admitting defeat. The Fab Fitteds have microfiber, which was the cause of such stink. Not a good material choice for all night toddler pee. I finally went back to pockets, but was determined to find a better, natural fitted that wouldn't give me such stink. You can read about my battle here.
|Tiny Tush Trim fitted with a gFlapper laid inside.|
This is great for overnight!!
|Some of the fitteds, a flat, and a contour diaper.|
|The dirty water after soaking for 20 minutes.|
|I used 1 capful of wool wash, seemed too much.|
|Soaking in lanolized water.|
|After gently squeezing excess water, I rolled them in the same towel (one is already rolled up at top of picture).|
Overall, wool has been an amazing choice! If you are looking for a new night time option, or just want something more breathable for your LO's bum, I definitely suggest making the switch! Or do what I did, and just add it to your stash. I still like pockets/AIO's for out of the house and under his clothes. But for a great breathable option in this Texas heat, while at home and at night, E will wear wool!
|The newsest addition to the stash: |
a Little Fancy Pants fitted and Just Peachy Knits shorties.
Brenda is mommy to Riley (almost 4) and Eli (18 months). She started CDing when her yougest was 2 months and they were tired of the high cost of disposable diapering 2 kids! Her oldest is now potty trained, and she is planning on CDing their next baby (whenever that may be) from birth. She is the founder of the DFW Cloth Diaper Group and the author of Adventure's of a Crispy Mama.