Today’s cute fluffy bum is wearing what I consider to be one of the most beautiful prints of all time: Michael Miller’s Bloom. This diaper is actually a Blueberry one size microterry pocket diaper. Blueberry is an American made premium cloth diaper.
Can I mix and match my cloth diaper inserts?
Cloth diaper inserts can make or break a diapering experience. With that in mind, people frequently want to know if it’s okay to mix and match your cloth diaper inserts.
Cloth Diaper Inserts Size
It’s important to use cloth diaper inserts that fit. I would never use an original FuzziBunz minky insert in a BumGenius diaper. The minky inserts are just far too narrow. The size difference is so great that it would be like throwing a hot dog down a hallway. Because of the gap, the diaper would leak. Badly. Likewise, I wouldn’t try stuffing a BumGenius insert in an original FuzziBunz Elite, either. The BumGenius diaper is so very wide that there’s no way it would fit comfortably. You’d be forcing it in and your baby would end up with a weird, probably uncomfortable wrinkle under the bum.
Today’s cute fluffy bum is wearing a Blueberry Capri in Giraffe! The Capri is an all-in-two diaper with a wipeable inner. And like all Blueberry diapers, it’s made in the USA!
Today’s cute little fluffy bum is little Kay. She’s wearing a Blueberry Mini Coveralls diaper cover in the ever popular Monkeys print. The Mini Coverall is a newborn cover designed to fit little tiny ones from 6-18 pounds, and it comes in all the great Blueberry patterns. While little Kay is wearing snaps, hook and loop closure is also an option!
Today’s fluffy model is Heather’s daughter Poppy over at The Parenting Patch. Poppy is wearing a Capri diaper cover from Blueberry in Swirls, which is a gorgeous white diaper with a blue and brown swirl pattern.
Today’s cute fluffy bum is a throwback pic of Eudora. She’s modeling a Blueberry diaper in Butterflies. I bought this shirt on sale at The Children’s Place for no other reason than how beautifully is went with this diaper. Now I buy shirts to match this diaper pretty much whenever I’m at the Children’s Place!
It seems like a lot of people out there really can name a favorite cloth diaper if asked. Heather over at The Parenting Patch is a Best Bottom fanatic. K, a local friend, was all about the BumGenius with her daughter. And my good friend Nikki is all about the AMPs. Sure, K and Nikki will play with other brands and really enjoy some of them, but at the end of the day, they know what their favorite cloth diaper is.
When I see a question like this one:
“Have you ever found a diaper you love so much you want to sell your whole stash and buy only them?” [Read more…]
You might be a cloth diaper addict if:
1.) If your kids don’t wear pants because it hides the fluff.
2.) Your local cloth diaper store suggests that you don’t need to buy more diapers.
3.) You buy outfits to match diapers and diapers to match outfits.
4.) You sell diapers because you have nothing to match them.
5.) Your local cloth diaper store calls you when she orders a line of product.
6.) Your local cloth diaper store asks you for suggestions.
7.) You have a cloth diaper blog.
8.) You volunteer with a cloth diaper charity.
9.) You get sent product to review.
10.) You ask to borrow babies for diapering.
Recently, I put out a notice on my local cloth diapering community that I wanted to borrow babies for fluff sessions. Eudora is my last child, and there are lots of new babies on the way in my local community. The amazing part is that no one thought it was odd that I wanted to borrow their babies’ bums.