Feb 3

Tiny Bubbles put to the test!

Posted on Wednesday, February 3, 2010 in Baby Basics, Cloth Diaper, Updates

Alright guys, I have tested my own Might Environmental Detergent on my most prone to have build up diapers with my own normal routine wash for diapers and it can last for about 3 weeks before the build up gets bad and I have to strip them with the dish detergent again. For instructions on my own version of wash routine and stripping, pls click here.

So I will be testing Tiny Bubbles next! I will update as soon as (more…)

Feb 2

Graham Bear Wear- Sneak Preview!

Posted on Tuesday, February 2, 2010 in Cloth Diaper, Updates

Hi Guys!! So Nancie was kind enough to send me a small picture of my incoming fluffy mail. This is not all that is coming, I think she missed out some pockets. :P When I get my hands on these, I will post it on my store asap! I already have a few person paid in advance. Don’t think there are any left once my cousin comes over next week, (more…)

Jan 22

More Woolies Woolies Woolies!!

Posted on Friday, January 22, 2010 in Cloth Diaper, Updates

The new batch of Wool Longies is arriving in the next 2 weeks! They are hand made by recycled wool and as usual, extremely soft for your baby. I chose these which has more designs for boy unlike the Lucky Penny Pants that I have. I know some of you were asking. These are also more affordable since they are not embellished. I have attached their pictures here. There will be one pair which I will put on auction because its one of its kind. Stay Tuned!! (more…)

Jan 17

Might Environmental Detergent

Posted on Sunday, January 17, 2010 in Baby Basics, Cloth Diaper, Cloth Pad, Updates

Ok, the photo is finally here. Sorry it took so long and I am sorry so many of you have to buy without knowing how it looks like. It is 1kg and is safe for baby and clean enough for adult clothes. With this detergent, (more…)

Jan 1

Kate of Poverty Jane

Posted on Friday, January 1, 2010 in Cloth Diaper

Im a FULL FULL time mommy and milk maker and loving wife to 5 wonderful boys and 1 neato little girl and one extremely wonderful man. Our oldest (14) to the youngest (1).
My husband and I have a very simple life philosophy, and that is to get back to basics as much as we can. We live, and are currently developing as many features as we can, to live completely off the land. We own a wood boiler for heat in the home, pump water from our well, we use solar power to run electricity and have an enormous garden filled with heirloom plants and currently working towards an all year around greenhouse. We hunt for our meat and raise our own livestock and harvest our own eggs and hang our laundry in the sun to dry. Not to mention my husband mills all the wood we need to create all these projects on our mill from the trees that grow on our land! He has been working on many things, but trying to finish our 150 year old barn conversion that we call “home”. We are looking into a greenhouse and making a root cellar. Its fun! But lots of work! And its work that we have happily chosen to do because we believe in a way of life that is completely disappearing from our existence. (more…)

Dec 26

Woolen Diaper Covers – Jeannette Almstrøm

Posted on Saturday, December 26, 2009 in Cloth Diaper

When I gave birth to my second child twenty years ago, I was given a present that struck me as quite odd. I had one year earlier moved from Sweden to Denmark, and, as a nurse at that time, had no knowledge of anything other than disposable diapers. We were all so engrossed in the “use-and-throw-away” mentality.

The gift I received was a woolen panty, knitted by my grandmotherly neighbor, for my baby. (more…)

Dec 25

Wool, Fleece or Pul Cover

Posted on Friday, December 25, 2009 in Cloth Diaper


Natural wool material is absolutely amazing. Wool can absorb liquid  up to 30% of its own weight before it will start leaking through, so it is an absolute great diaper cover cum soaker. Some wool pants have double layers which would give added protection for babies who are heavy wetter. Wool is extremely breathable and how do we know that? Just pull the frabic and you can see through the wool from the holes on it. Using a breathable diaper cover keeps the temperature lower inside the diaper, which is more comfortable for the child and reduces diaper rash issues. (more…)

Dec 25

How to Size your Fitted Diapers

Posted on Friday, December 25, 2009 in Cloth Diaper

Lay your baby flat on her the diaper. Pull the diaper over your baby as high as possible. Snap the flaps over the diaper till firm on the waist. Fold down the excess diaper to cover the flap. The flap gets shorter as your baby grows. (more…)

Dec 25

Wool Care

Posted on Friday, December 25, 2009 in Cloth Diaper

Caring for your wool covers

Hand wash in a sink full of warm water (not too hot, it will shrink your wool) with 1 tablespoon of your favorite wool wash (amounts vary by brand, read your wool wash directions carefully). Gently massage water/soap solution through the cover. Empty the soapy water then refill with fresh warm water and gently massage /rinse the cover. Gently squeeze out the water without twisting (wringing) the cover and roll it up in towel. Apply some pressure to squeeze the excess water out and then lay flat to dry or hang to dry. (more…)

Dec 25

Why Cloth Diaper?

Posted on Friday, December 25, 2009 in Cloth Diaper
  • Cloth Diaper saves money. The cost of using disposable diapers on a baby till 3 yrs old, the average age for a toddler to be fully toilet trained would be RM3832.50.

    While the cost of cloth diapers for the same age group would be RM1569. This figure includes detergent and water needed to wash the diapers. (more…)

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