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With my first born I was confused as to what will be the best option for diapering my son. My mom who has always been against plastic or disposables for that matter told me that she always used langots with us when we were kids. But I was a little skeptical about it, but still did it. For 9 months I used langots with my son changing him after every pee, elimination communication did make it easy (but that’s a different story) and then he was potty trained.

With my second born I was again a little scared as how I’ll manage a toddler and nappy changes. I used to see ads forย @superbottomsย on my feed from time to time and thought about exploring the cloth diapers world. The prints were beautiful and I was impressed by long hours of feeling dry for BabyZ.
BabyZ has the most sensitive skin and because of cloth diapering I have never had any problem at all.


I feel we need to promote it more and more so that mothers opt for this option rather than using single use diapers.ย 
I really want to work on making cloth mainstream.

P.S. Being a Potter head all my life the Mischief Managed print made me order my firstย @superbottomsย UNO when BabyZ was 10 days old and since we’ve used only UNO for night time diapering.
Are there any cloth diapering momma’s? What got you started?

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