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“If my Shell is on the newborn setting, can I use Soaker Pads?”
This is a question that we see frequently from parents who are new to cloth diapers—and it’s a great one!
An unprepped Soaker Pad looks gigantic; it really does. Once your Soaker Pads, which are made from absorbent natural fibers, are in the prepping process, you’ll watch them shriiiiiiink until, after about 10 washes, they reach their permanent size. This is true for all natural fiber cloth diapers.
The Natural Baby Company continues to give back! The Philippines were hit hard by the devastating Typhoon Haiyan on November 8, 2013. The deadliest typhoon in the Philippines recorded history, it killed more than 6200 people and left thousands of people without shelter, water, food, and resources.
We are pleased to be able to distribute more that 50,000 discontinued GroVia BioDiapers to the Philippines region in an effort to help those with babies and no laundry facilities for cloth diapers.
I'd like to ask you something.
Do you think the baby on the left is chubby?
Little Betsy is seven months old and closing in on 18 lbs. She’s in the fifth percentile for height… and the 75th for weight. Note the rolls and the chins. You kind of want to bite her, right? There’s no getting around it: my beautiful baby girl is fat. I've never had a baby this fat. I thought this level of roll-age was mythical.
Would it surprise you to hear that Betsy wears GroVia One-Size All-in-Ones every day?
GroVia Bamboo Prefolds have quickly become one of our top selling products. Why? They are absorbent, silky soft, and a very inexpensive way to add to your cloth diaper stash!
We are often asked about sizing. Why don't you put a weight range on your prefolds? The answer is this: Weight ranges for prefolds just don't work. They vary too greatly depending on how the prefold is being used, trifolded or fastened. Most people simply trifold their GroVia prefolds in their GroVia Shells, so I've crafted today's post to focus solely on this. Continue reading