It seems we are changing a lot these days.
~We changed Rhett's formula....
~ We are moving from a 5 bedroom home to a 3 bedroom condo.....
~We have changed Rhett's meds for his Pulmonary Hypertension.....
~Hunter's Asthma is back, so we have added his meds into the mix of our daily routine...
Lot's of stuff going on.
Now I am thinking of another big change.
Rhett's always been sensitive to disposable diapers. He always has a rash where the elastic goes around his legs, and if I don't keep a barrier cream between his skin and where the diaper touches he gets a rash there as well.
Lately his skin seems to be breaking down even with the barrier cream. I have tried every diaper out there known to man except cloth.
So this is the next adventure in our home. I am going to switch over to cloth to see if his poor bummy can catch a break. I had hoped that by this time he would be potty trained so it wouldn't have to come to this. But he just isn't ready.
--I mean he's totally ready to flush as much toilet paper as he can down the toilet, he's totally ready to pee all over my walls and floor just like every other boy in my house, but he's not ready to go in the toilet.
So here is where I need you oh faithful blog readers.
What brand is best for cloth diapers? What type is the easiest to do? Do you use cloth wipes as well? Is organic better than regular?
Have any of you actually survived cloth diapers?
The attending Dr in the PICU recommended them to me after one of our many stays, as we were discussing it. I wasn't too into the the idea of it, but things are just getting worse.
~Who am I kidding, I'm still not too into the idea of it. Somebody out there, puh-lese convince me.
I have ordered a couple of Bumkins, and I am hoping they work.
I am also probably totally crazy.
3 days ago