As I prepare for our mini-vacation – basically quarantine with a change of scenery – I have to share how we cloth diaper on vacation. Our diapers have gotten quite a few miles on them. From Arkansas, Louisiana, and Tennessee, we've packed up our diapers a time or two and hit the road for some family fun.
Stick with me! I'll share tips and tricks to successfully navigate cloth diapering. For moms considering cloth, avoid getting scared away… I'm gonna guide you through it all - the cute, the puzzling, and the stinky! I got you....
In the pandemic, cloth diapering has taken on a new benefit... At this point, many of us are going places sparingly and interacting with as few people as possible. With cloth diapering, you eliminate the need to go to the store. Diapers are a commodity. You avoid potentially running out of diapers. You wash them on your own time and you're always set.
We also all know that having a supportive village, GodSquad, friends, and family means the world. So much so, it can be easy to be energized through the approval of your mom ideas or deterred and discouraged if someone in your tribe doesn't cosign. We all look for tacit approval in the decision we make to some degree. When that gets poo-pooed on, it can feel disheartening. So today, I submit three ways to be a supportive village for a cloth diapering momma!!