Cloth diapers to a good home (x-post with pink board)July 14 2012 at 12:25 PM
|Laura (Login lce488)|
I cloth diapered my first for 18 months with Bu mGen ius (4.0) cloth diapers until he grew out of them (he was over 30 lbs at 18 mo). I really liked them, they are easy to use (and they are super cute). We saved a TON of money over disposables. Now that we live in the desert and are having a second, we're thinking that time and water are more of a consideration for us and are probably going to switch to disposables (much to my environmentally and budget-conscious dismay).
I'd like to just give them away, but whenever I've posted super cheap or freebies on CL thinking I'm helping someone out, I've ended up seeing my stuff back on CL the same day for money. Since CL takes down posts that are discriminatory (like, must be obviously pg or have a baby with you) I don't want to put these up; my set of 20 with extra liners could easily sell for $100 or more and I just want them to go to a good home where I know the free stuff will be appreciated. Since many of us have already sunk $$$ into our babies before they're even born, I thought one of you might be interested.
I am happy to ship them anywhere. I highly suggest that you have easy, free access to a W/D and space to air-dry the covers if you are considering using cloth diapers.
If you want to google Bu mGen ius, they have a nice web site and you can see the colors. the colors I have are light blue, light green, white and yellow. I have almost a complete duplicate set of inserts because at one point I sent a bunch of defective covers back to the company, and they sent me brand-new covers AND brand-new inserts for them, even though I still had the original inserts that were fine. I'd say the only drawback to cloth diapers is that they "grow out" of clothes faster because of the bigger cloth-diaper butt.
Let me know if you're interested.