Making Diaper Changes Easier with Cloth Diapers

*Disclaimer - I received the products in this post from the Etsy shop NubMuby, in order to facilitate this review.

Are you looking for a good quality cloth diaper?

For our kids, we have always used disposable diapers and it's worked out fine but I wanted to try out some cloth diapers on our youngest especially since we were running low on diapers. I will be getting more similar to this kind and it'll save a lot of money on diapers that's for sure.

It took a bit to figure out how to get the settings for her size right and how it fits good on her, and I really like using them. They're really soft and seem to work great for her and I have washed them several times now, and they hold up very well.

As a first time cloth diaper user, once I got the concept of how to use them on her and how to wash/dry them, it got pretty easy to do and I hope to build a stash of diapers to use them on a regular basis. 

The way that these diapers are made, I have to wash them each time she gets changed. I put the insert inside the pocket portion of the cloth diaper and if dirty when I change diaper out, I rinse the insert out in the tub and then toss the insert with diaper into the wash. 

Of course, you don't want to wash these with other clothing or loads of laundry. You wash these separately and when you dry them, you'll set it to tumble dry low. It'll take a little longer to dry sometimes,  but is the best way to wash/dry them for re-using. 

For our youngest, she's probably 12 lbs and we use the lowest setting for the rise snaps, and snap them according to the pictures below which makes it a lot easier and they stay put when they go through the wash and dryer still snapped as well.

I use the double snaps from side and snap them as pictured below for a perfect fit for her sizing.

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