For many of you, the cloth diaper journey has just begun. There’s no doubt that confusion abounds and you’ve considered giving up before you’ve started.
It blesses me to help you with choosing what to buy, troubleshooting and guiding you through the massive amounts of information.
All About Cloth Diapers was started 5 years ago with that purpose in mind. After writing the Ultimate Guide to Cloth Diapers I knew I needed a place to share my successes and failures. And I’ve had plenty of both.
When I started out cloth diapering in 2005, my main source for information was Diaper Swappers. Now, parents have an abundance of cloth diaper information sites to choose from.
Each site has its own unique angle for presenting the information. Every blogger has their niche.
Chana is the reviewer behind Adventures in Fluff. It is easy to navigate through her list of reviewed cloth diapers and get a good idea of how the diaper works on her child. She uses heart rating system (1-5 hearts) for categories: Ease of use, Adjustability & Fit, Leak Protection, Wash Routine, Bang for the Buck and Look.
Emi reviews several different products helpful to parents. I’ve discovered many new brands of organic foods, clothing and baby gear from reading The Cloth Diaper Report. As for cloth diaper reviews, Emi uses a rating scale 1-10 to judge categories like fit, ease of use, and durability. Each cloth diaper is evaluated on how it fits or adjusts at waist, thighs and rise. It is very helpful that she provides links to warranty, care and retailer information (where applicable).
Maria is my favorite blog to go to if I want to really see the cloth diaper being reviewed. She takes a lot of photos! If you are curious how a diaper fits in the rise, waist or thighs Change-Diapers will give you a clear answer.
Kim Rosas is the cloth diaper video queen. Want to know what a diaper really looks like before you buy it? Check out the Dirty Diaper Laundry video library for great visual references for almost any cloth diaper brand! Each diaper is reviewed for Ease of Use, Bang for the Buck, Performance, Fit and Overall using 1-4 stars.
Two sisters, Jeniffer and Melissa, write and review for Sisters ‘n Cloth. I truly enjoy reading their blog. Not only for cloth diaper info but for real life posts. Whether it’s about breastfeeding, birth or their love for the Lord I am always challenged or encouraged. Following their blog is like following their life.
I am a new reader of Zephyr Hill blog. Anne contacted me last month about working together and after checking out her blog I realized we have a lot in common! Finding bloggers that are similar to your family can be a challenge. When you do find one there is an instant connection to what they write. Anne just gave birth to her 7th child!
Anne’s big contribution to cloth diapering parents is her Cloth Diaper Coupon Codes and Sales category. There is no telling how many hours she spends compiling this extremely helpful list for us all!
Diaper Pin is the site for hundreds of customer reviews on virtually every brand of cloth diaper or cloth diaper accessory or any other parenting must-have! They’ve been around forever and have been collecting your input all this time! What a blessing the Diaper Pin is to the cloth diaper community.
Pollyanna is the writer for Sew Fatty. She is also a newer blog to my radar during 2012. I’ve gotten to know her well through cloth diaper groups on Facebook. This Christmas Pollyanna was the talk of the cloth diaper community with her handmade cloth diaper ornaments. They were so cute! I wonder if she will keep up the business and transition it to keychains???
Calley is a busy woman!! She’s the brain behind many if not most of the Twitter parties you have participated in. She’s also working hard behind the scenes of Kelly’s Closet.
Calley is one of the sweetest women in the cloth diaper community and provides invaluable information on cloth diapers, green living and natural parenting.
Amanda’s cloth diaper archive is easy to read, easy to learn from and easy to follow. She keeps it simple…as cloth diapering should be! She also provides tons of information on how to live a “green” life.
What are your top 3 visited blogs?
Autumn is a wife, mother, homeschool teacher, friend and most important a follower of Christ.