Can you really leave the house with cloth diapers?You sure can! When people new to cloth diapering stop by the store to purchase or learn about cloth diapers, they often say the same thing: "I'm just going to use cloth at when I'm at home, and disposables when I am out." When I ask them why, they just assume that it must be a messy pain in the butt to change a cloth diaper while on the go. But it is truly no different that using disposables...I promise! You just have to bite the bullet and do it. You'll be surprised just how easy it is!
|Bummis Wet Bag|
What do you need to pack?
It's really very simple, all you need is your wet bag and a clean cloth diaper. Well, and a diaper bag, some wipes, an extra change of clothing, toys, teethers, bottom balm, pacifiers, bottles, sippy-cups, snack, favorite blanket, a 3rd change of clothes, some bibs, Sophie the Giraffe, and the list goes on. But hey, you need all that even if you are using disposable diapers!
Seriously though, if you have a wet bag and a clean diaper, you can change your baby! Who wants to take home a poopy mess you're probably thinking right? You won't be! Unless your outside in the park, then chances are there is a toilet nearby. You can shake the soils into the toilet or use a diaper liner like Eco Sprout's Eco-Bottom Liners when you are out for easy clean up. Just pick up the liner and flush. Your used diaper now gets safely tucked away inside your waterproof and smell proof wet bag. If you are breastfeeding, then you just roll the diaper up nice and small and place it inside your wetbag. When you get home, your diapers and wet bag can all go into the wash or pail together! I recommend having two wet bags or you are sure to find yourself out one day while you soiled bag is at home in the laundry.
|Flip Disposable Soaker Pads|