Cloth diapering goes eco-chic-er

I’m amazed at the advances that have hit the cloth diapering world, even in the short year that’s passed since I stopped using cloth with my son. Case in point: Blueberry Diapers.

While cloth diapering is economical by most accounts, their one-size cloth diapers do double-duty on the financial front, since they adjust take your newborn right through to potty training (provided he’s under 35 pounds at the time). The microfleece and a hemp/terry insert inside keep the cute bum dry, and the amazingly soft laminated minky outside almost seems too nice for poop. Ditto with the all-in-one Diapers (shown) which is close to a disposable diaper…only it’s not.

If you thought using cloth meant bulky cotton dipes and rubber pants, think again. Blueberry diapers might just be the ticket to sway some of you ‘sposies users to join me on the “other side.” -Kristen

Kristen is CEO/Co-Founder of Cool Mom Picks and a busy mom of four kids who lives in the Philly 'burbs. Though really, what mom isn't busy?

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