One Reason to Use Cloth Diapers (Caution: Graphic Photo!)

Yup, you guessed it: she was wearing a sposie. 

I should know better. We have NEVER had a blowout in a cloth diaper!

My apologizes, Babykicks. I won’t cheat on you again!

(This happened in the GROCERY store, no less! Ugh!)

Diaper carefully, my friends.

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6 Responses to One Reason to Use Cloth Diapers (Caution: Graphic Photo!)

  1. haha! Ugh! I have only ever had blowouts in disposables. I do have a pack of Honest diapers as back ups when all my Thirsties duo wraps get full of poop. Recently, that very thing happened as every diaper change was a poopy diaper, but thank goodness those Thirsties hold EVERYTHING in! (and dr. had just finished saying that it’s normal now for my 4-month-old to poop once a week — ha! not my baby!)
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  2. Sandy VanHoey

    Oh goodness….I have had that happen when mine were babies a long time ago and had it happen with my grandchildren as well. What a mess, it’s like.. where do I begin to start to clean her up.

  3. Donna

    Oh no!

    But why do cloth diapers hold it in better? Better absorption? Sorry I’m a noob! Baby’s not due for a few more months.

  4. Kayla C.

    I’ve only ever had blowouts in disposables! Started cloth diapering my daughter when she was about 6 months old and SO glad I did! Wish I would have started from birth!

  5. Poor babe! This makes me feel better about my decision to CD.
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  6. Vanessa Coker

    Oh yikes! LOL yes, that’s the main reason why I fell for cloth diapers after giving them a try. :)

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