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Thursday, February 11, 2016

The Ghetto Guide to Cloth Diapers

Good evening, dear readers!

Day 19's prompt of the 21 day blog challenge actually fell right in line with a subject I had already written about back when I first resumed blogging. Some months back, I wrote a guide with the low income individual in mind regarding the use, acquisition, and care of cloth diapers in a cost effective manner. It was based on my own experience as a low income mother who needed an affordable and responsible way to diaper her child.

I got these Fuzzibunz diapers secondhand from a family at church. They've proved to be a huge blessing for me

Since I had something like this already written, I figured I would repost the original entries to answer the prompt from the challenge. I haven't quite been able to figure out how to do a proper repost of a previously written blog entry, but I don't have the time right now to sit down and edit the cloth diaper posts so as to condense it down to one entry.

As I mentioned above, I wrote the guide over the course of three posts. To save you the agony, I won't text-bomb your eyes by copy/pasting the entire contents into this one entry. Instead, I will link to them below for your convenience.

The Ghetto Guide to Cloth Diapers, Part I
The Ghetto Guide to Cloth Diapers, Part II
The Ghetto Guide to Cloth Diapers, Part III

I'm considering turning this particular series of cloth diaper posts into a free e-book to download and share. I'll need to do a bit of editing to pare down the length and maybe change around a few things, but it is something I've considered doing for a while. What do you think?

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