It was a HOT summer and early fall, so naturally Kai has been hanging out in his diapers quite a bit. And inevitably, I’ve posted some pictures of him in this state, which has prompted a lot of questions about our diapering choices. So for those of you who’ve asked, here’s the scoop.
We don’t cloth diaper. Wee use a combination of gDiapers and traditional disposable diapers.
We typically use the traditional disposable diapers for daycare because it’s a little more low-maintenance for our daycare provider.
But for a majority of the rest of the time, we use gDiapers, an eco-friendly disposable diaper company based in Portland, Oregon. Gdiapers is redefining what most people think of disposable diapers. Their diapers are sorta a hybrid of cloth and disposable, with a cute outside cotton pant and a disposable inside liner that’s flushable and compostable. It’s basically the perfect mix of being green-minded while keeping baby comfortable and completely adorable.
The covers come in all types of colors and prints (like the limited edition gAloha print pictured!). I think it makes changing diapers a bit more fun, which is great, because we change a lot of diapers nowdays! So there you go. Guerrero household diapering 101.
If you’re interested, you can read more about how gDiapers work here.
What diaper system works in your house?