Diapering_: Fleece Liners

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Friday, March 09, 2007 | 0 comments
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Thanks to Gina for this Frugal Baby Tip!

I think that using a fleece liner is the most awesome thing I've heard yet!!! My baby has always woken many times during the night, and I know it is because he gets so wet. Yesterday I cut some large liners out of a polar fleece blanket that I hardly ever used!!! He slept straight through the night and when I changed him, his skin was dry!!!! The diaper however, was as wet as ever!!! I am so thrilled.

I'm going to cut out the rest of the liners today, and then hopefully find some more of the same fleece soon at a fabric store. I think this idea could really help the mom's who are feeling bad about using the disposable diapers at night, though I think you have to do what you can, and that is fine! I can't wait to make some more, and you need no sewing machine at all. Just cut out one layer and that's it.



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