Selling My Cloth Diapers!!


THESE HAVE BEEN SOLD! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR VISITING :)

Who wants them?!

I am selling all of Penelope’s cloth diaper stash.  I had hoped to use them all on another baby, but since it’s not likely we are going to have another baby anytime soon, I would love for them to go to a good family and get some use.

In case your curious, no Penelope is not potty trained, but we use Seventh Generation Pull Up’s at her preschool and GroVia Trainers (I love them!) at home.

All of these diapers are made from the Natural Baby Company.  They stopped making them right before they launched GroVia Diapers.  I bought them from all from a local business, Ecological Babies.

All the diapers are in excellent condition.  I was meticulous about washing them and they have virtually no stains at all.  I always used an eco-friendly detergent when washing.

All the elastic in the legs have been replaced by Natural Baby Company.  They all came with one year warranty and I sent them back to get the elastic redone right before I would put them away and switch out to a new size of diaper.

So they all have brand new, never been used elastic.

I chose these diapers because I wanted something easy, I did not want to mess with prefolds and covers and stuffers and clips for closure, etc.

And I wanted a trim diaper.  I have grown to love a cloth diaper baby butt, but some cloth diapers are just ginormous and I wanted the trimmest ones on the market at the time.

I am selling:

  • 23 Small, Pocket Change diapers
  • 21 Medium, Dream Eze AIO diapers
  • 22 Large, Dream Eze AIO diapers

You can buy them in a group of small, medium and large or as a complete set.  I am not willing to sell them individually.  They are all buddies, they need to stay together!

Dream Eze  originally $20.95, but you can get them for $11 each.

The inside is made of organic cotton.  Very soft and absorbent.  She never had any leaks, even at night.

These are All in One diapers (AIO) so no stuffing! Works just like a regular disposable diaper, no learning curve.

Outside is waterproof, no need for covers.  Snap closure, which is great for older babies who can figure out how to take off  diapers because of the velcro tabs.

The Medium fits babies, 15 to 25 pounds, the rise is 15 to 18 inches, the waist is 12-20 and the legs are 6-14 inches.

The Large fits babies 24 pounds and up, the rise is 16 to 20, the waist is 12-21 and the legs are 8 to 16.

Pocket Change originally $17.95, but you can get them for $9 each.

These diapers are wonderful too.  I like All in Ones better because it means less work for you to do (stuffing after washing and drying) but All in Ones are more expensive.  These pocket diapers are still way less work than traditional prefolds and covers.

These diapers are also super soft and absorbent.  I had a couple of issues with leaking out of the sides when my daughter was a newborn, but that was because her legs were too skinny for the holes.  But by week 3 or 4, her legs had some chunk on them and it they worked perfectly.

Microfiber insert.  Snap Closure.

Size Small but fits up to 9 to 17 inch waist, thighs 6-11 inches, rise 14 inch, accommodate weights of 7 to 14 pounds.

My daughter wore these till she was 4 months old, but she was huge.  20 pounds at 4.5 months.

Hourglass 4-layer microterry “booster” insert for when you need extra absorbency.

The Pocket Change cloth diaper has a soft fleece inner lining that is comfortable against baby’s skin. The fleece acts to wick moisture away from your baby’s skin helping to prevent irritation and diaper rash.

The outer lining of the Pocket Change cloth diaper is water resistant and durable. This means you do not need any extra diaper covers and can be sure your diaper will last through repeat washings without losing any of its water proof ability.

To purchase please email me at info@mamaandbabylove.com.  Shipping charges will be added to total.

If you have any questions, you can email me or ask in the comment section below.

Thanks!!






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Comments

  1. I hate to hear that no baby soon :(… I may have missed some updates however, I want to be the glass is half full and tell you that doctors don’t know everything. faith trumps science most of the time. have faith. keep manifesting. miracles happen everyday. I am a holistic doctor, if you would like some advice or my opinion, I would love to help you. Bodies do everything for a reason. BUt the mind is the controller of it all. If you believe what they tell you, then for sure it will not happen. Head up Stephanie.
    p.s. This is coming from a women who also just had a miscarriage. It is an inner death for sure. But I know healthy children always follow, and bodies know what to do! Trust yours.

    • I haven’t had any doctors tell me that I am infertile. I am sure that I could get pregnant again. In fact, getting pregnant is not my “issue”, I have a hard time staying pregnant. But honestly I feel like I am pretty healthy and that it is really a spiritual timing thing going on and not a health issue. God is in complete control and I just have intuition that if we are blessed with another child, it will be years from now, either through adoption or from my body, but either way I feel like it is going to be a way off for us. But thank you so much for your offer and I am so honored to have a holistic doctor reading my blog!

  2. Kasey Goodnough says:

    Kinda sad that you won’t sell them separately. I can’t afford to buy them all. I am due with my 2nd baby in December. So I’m trying to stock up now on small diapers. If you consider selling just a few separately please email me as I would love to get 4 or 5 of the Medium Dream eze and a few Pocket Change from you.

    Nurturingembracebirthservices at gmail dot com

    Kasey

    • Hi Kasey. So sorry but they are all sold. They sold in less than 24 hours. To all one person, which made me extremely happy. Part of it was logistics, I didn’t want to be shipping five million packages but part of it, was that I just could not bare to separate them! I have a strange attachment to all my things! I checked on Ebay to see what the going prices were for these types of used diapers. I saw several in great condition for a great price, so you may want to go that route. I also wanted to add that I got several of my diapers at my baby shower. I registered with Ecological Babies and it was great!

  3. Oh, I got SO excited when I saw this post, but saw your comment above noting that they were all sold to a good home. Guess I need to be quicker on my toes! I am due early July with baby number one {a sweet baby girl} and have started my cloth collection, so excited to be going the cloth route but hot dang is it quite the upfront cost. Have been reading your blog for a couple months now and am very encouraged by your writings.

    Warm Regards,

    • It is a good chunk of change to get a full stash. My in laws and parents pretty much paid for all our diapers, so we were lucky. Good luck and congratulations about your little girl, so exciting!!

  4. I love your blog! I have a question, maybe you know the answer… My son is really big for his age 35.5 pounds at 22months and I want to switch to cloth diapers but can’t seem to find any that will fit his equally big thighs… Any recommendations?
    Thanks!

    • You may want to try the GroVia Trainers that I am using right now. They are pull up type but you can still lay them down to put them on because the snap. The side panels come in two sizes and the the second size goes is 3T to 5T. Good luck!

    • Cassandra says:

      My 18 month old is almost 40lbs and I too have had an insanely hard time trying to get her back into cloth after a 6 month stint on disposables. Finally settled on Super Undies Pocket Potty Training Pants that come with snaps and some of their Nighttime Potty Training Pants – both allow you to use inserts to get as much absorbability as needed, they’re trim like underwear, and they come in BIG sizes with growing room. Expensive as heck, I had to get family members to help pay for them, but if I’m going to be spending the money, I want them to be big enough to last a long time and there are simply no other diapers on the market that will accomodate my super big girl. Just had to share to potentially save someone else the month-long headache I had researching diapers.
      https://www.superundies.com/

  5. Hi Stephanie!

    Do you have any of the large sizes left?

    Thanks!!

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