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There are a lot of misconceptions about the reality of using cloth diapers, a practice that both Wendy and I followed and which we both found to save us a considerable amount of money over the years.
If you’re trying to decide whether cloth diapering is right for your family, in this post I’ve debunked some of the myths you may have heard about using cloth diapers: Continue reading
When Wendy told me seven years ago that she intended to cloth diaper her son, I remember thinking, “What an interesting idea! Good Luck, Dear Friend!”
Okay, that’s what I said. What I thought was, “ohmigod eww ewww gross no way!”. Thankfully, I didn’t say what I was thinking. Four years later, when I was expecting… Continue reading
If you would rather brush the cat’s teeth or scour the bathroom tile with a doll’s toothbrush than face the emptiness of another to-be-filled lunch kit, the following suggestions may prove helpful in reducing your dread: Continue reading
Obviously, one way to spend less is to buy less, you don’t need us to tell you that. The key is to discover what you can do without and what’s cheaper to make yourself, including time management. This list is just a few of the things I’ve stopped buying, and is meant as a jumping-off point rather than a definitive how-to; everyone’s choices will be (and should be) different. Continue reading