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  • 5 Must Have Items for Cloth Diapering

    1. Diapers: The Heart of Cloth Diapering Let's talk diapers—more specifically, cloth diapers. As parents who have walked this path, we highly recommend Osocozy diapers, particularly the versatile pre-folds. Why? Because they've been our go-to for their simplicity and adaptability. Pre-folds can be molded to fit your baby's unique size and shape as they grow, saving you money and the hassle of buying new diapers frequently. Our preference? We suggest having a set of both blue-size and green-size pre-folds to accommodate your little one's changing needs. Now, you're probably wondering, "How many diapers do we need?" Based on our experience, babies tend to use about 10 diapers a day. So, if you're aiming for a weekly laundry routine, having around 100 diapers would be a wise choice. 2. Snappis: Your Diapering Sidekick Gone are the days of fumbling with safety pins and pricked fingers. Our personal favorite for securing cloth diapers is the trusty Snappi. With various colors to choose from, these little wonders have stood by us for months, ensuring a snug and secure fit. We'll be honest; the rubber might wear out with time, but that's a small price to pay for the convenience and peace of mind they bring. 3. Covers: Where Function Meets Style When it comes to covers, Kangacare has truly cracked the code. Their covers aren't just adorable; they're also highly effective at preventing leaks. Plus, the moisture-wicking inner layer adds an extra layer of comfort for your baby. As parents who value budget-friendly solutions, we suggest starting with 4-6 covers. However, if you find yourself falling in love with cloth diapering (which we think you will), having a dozen covers can be a game-changer in managing your diapering routine. 4. Wet Bag: From Diapering Necessity to Everyday Hero Wet bags have become a staple in our lives, even beyond the diapering years. Whether it's containing diaper messes or organizing essentials for pool and beach trips, wet bags have proven their worth time and again. In our households, we each have 2 large wet bags that neatly fit into our diaper pails, along with 3 travel-sized wet bags for our on-the-go diapering adventures. If you're looking to keep things more budget-friendly, one large wet bag and one travel-sized wet bag can still work wonders. 5. Diaper Pail: A Sanctuary for Soiled Diapers Ah, the diaper pail—your partner in maintaining a clean and odor-free environment. While it might come with a slightly higher price tag, trust us when we say it's worth every penny. The charcoal insert does wonders in containing those telltale diaper odors, and the sealed design ensures that your nursery remains a fresh and welcoming space. Yes, it's an investment, but one that you won't regret. In Conclusion: Your Cloth Diapering Journey Begins Here As fellow parents who have walked this cloth diapering path, we want to assure you that every step you take towards sustainability and mindful parenting matters. Our recommendations are drawn from our own experiences, and while your journey might take a slightly different route, we're here to share what's worked for us. Embrace the adventure, celebrate the small victories, and know that with cloth diapering, you're not just diapering your baby; you're nurturing a greener world for them to thrive in. 5 Nice to Have Items for Cloth Diapering 1. Cloth Wipes: An Eco-Friendly Companion When you've committed to cloth diapers, it only makes sense to extend the same eco-consciousness to wipes. Cloth wipes can be a DIY project for those who enjoy crafting or can be purchased if you're looking for a hassle-free option. These wipes can be laundered along with your cloth diapers, reducing waste and making them a sustainable choice. Not only are they gentle on your baby's delicate skin, but they also prove their effectiveness when you find that you can often clean up a mess with just 1-2 cloth wipes compared to 5-6 disposable ones. While not a necessity, cloth wipes certainly enhance the overall cloth diapering experience. 2. Wipe Warmer: The Comfort Factor Imagine being cleaned with a cold, wet wipe several times a day – not the most pleasant scenario, right? A wipe warmer might not be an absolute necessity, but it's a small luxury that can make a significant difference in your baby's comfort. Guests at baby showers may jokingly call it a "spoiling" factor, but when you witness your little one's contentment during diaper changes, you'll appreciate the thoughtful addition of a wipe warmer to your diapering routine. 3. Diaper Cream Spatula: Hygienic and Practical Here's an innovative solution that parents are raving about – the diaper cream spatula. This silicone tool serves a simple yet crucial purpose: applying diaper cream without using your fingers. It's a more hygienic way to keep your diaper cream container clean and your baby's bottom well taken care of. The dishwasher-safe feature adds an extra layer of convenience, ensuring that the spatula can be easily sanitized when needed. A small addition that brings practicality and cleanliness to your diapering routine. 4. Cloth Safe Diaper Cream: Gentle Care for Sensitive Skin While not everyone may choose to use diaper cream, it's undoubtedly essential for many parents. In your pursuit of sustainable diapering, opting for a cloth-safe diaper cream is crucial. We recommend the esembly diaper cream, a product that has won the hearts of many parents. Not only is it gentle on sensitive skin, but it's also compatible with cloth diapers, ensuring that your diapering routine remains consistent and hassle-free. 5. Diaper Liners: Simplifying Cleanup and Maintenance In the world of cloth diapering, a game-changer is the diaper liner. These slim, disposable liners offer two big benefits. First, they catch solid waste, making cleanup a breeze and extending the life of your cloth diaper. No more tedious scraping or spraying! Second, they're a lifesaver on the go – simply toss them in the toilet. Diaper liners simplify your routine and keep your cloth diapers looking and feeling fresh. From home convenience to travel ease, these liners are nice to have for hassle-free cloth diapering. Conclusion: Where Convenience Meets Sustainability As you embrace the world of cloth diapering, you'll find that these additional products can truly elevate your experience. Cloth wipes align with your eco-friendly commitment, a wipe warmer adds a touch of comfort, the butt spatula brings hygiene and practicality, cloth-safe diaper cream prioritizes gentle care for your baby's skin, and diaper liners simplify cleanup and maintenance. While not absolute essentials, these items can make your cloth diapering journey smoother, more enjoyable, and even more sustainable. See you soon!

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  • Our Story | Baby Bliss NV

    Our Multi Generation Family Providing an environmentally conscious diaper option for your own growing family. The Dream Behind Baby Bliss NV We’d always wanted to cloth diaper our baby for so many reasons, but had imagined hiring a laundry service when the time came. There is enough laundry in this house as it is, but we discovered there was no available service in the Las Vegas area. Upon that revelation we set out to offer a rental and laundry service to the city we call home. In 2018 our dream became a reality when we launched Baby Bliss NV. ​ If you are considering cloth diapers for your little ones we want to help! You aren’t alone. Baby Bliss NV is here to be your partner on the diapering journey. We can’t wait to share our combined expertise (3 generations of cloth diapers) with you and your baby. The Team Behind the Dream Bob & Wendy ​ ​ Bob: Delivery driver ​ Wendy: business process and operations Joe, Autumn, Brinley, & Grace ​ ​ Joe: Lead Delivery & Sales Enablement ​ Autumn: Customer Service, Website, Social Media Brinley: inspiration for Baby Bliss NV Grace: 2nd family baby. Continued inspiration to help families cloth diaper Tyler, Amber, & Francis ​ Tyler: photographer ​ Amber: Social media & research Francis: 3rd family baby to love cloth diapers

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