The Most Important Part is Making a Clear and Honest Decision Whether or Not Cloth Diapers Will Fit Your Lifestyle

Should YOU cloth diaper? Take the 2 Minute Quiz

1. I can afford the initial upfront cost of cloth diapers ($250-$700)

Yes, I can
No, I can't

2. I have easy access to a washing machine and dryer

Yes, I do
No, I don't

3. My partner is supportive/ on board with using cloth diapers

Strongly agree
Agree
Somewhat
Disagree

4. I consider myself eco-conscious and work to lessen my carbon footprint

Strongly agree
Agree
Somewhat
Disagree

5. I enjoy learning new skills and welcome new challenges

Strongly agree
Agree
Somewhat
Disagree

6. I tend to look at the big picture and am more future oriented, I think about the future more than the past

Strongly agree
Agree
Somewhat
Disagree

7. It bothers me that disposable diapers take more than 500 years to decompose

Strongly agree
Agree
Somewhat
Disagree

8. It concerns me that disposable diapers contain known cancer causing chemicals

Strongly agree
Agree
Somewhat
Disagree

9. I see the pros of using cloth diapers as outweighing the cons

Strongly agree
Agree
Somewhat
Disagree

10. My initial reaction to the idea of using cloth was very positive, I thought it was a great idea!

Strongly agree
Agree
Somewhat
Disagree

11. I've put some thought into cloth diapering and have taken time to do some reasearch (looked online, asked friends/family etc)

Strongly agree
Agree
Somewhat
Disagree

12. I believe that I am capable of using cloth diapers and that I will find it easy once I know the basics and how tos

Strongly agree
Agree
Somewhat
Disagree

13. I really want to use cloth on my baby

Strongly agree
Agree
Somewhat
Disagree

14. When I decide I'm doing something, I do it! I follow through regardless of what other people say about it.

Strongly agree
Agree
Somewhat
Disagree

15. I'm looking into cloth diapering mostly because friends, family etc are pressuring me to use cloth; it's not my idea

Strongly agree
Agree
Somewhat
Disagree

16. The idea of cleaning poop really grosses me out

Strongly agree
Agree
Somewhat
Disagree

17. I want to use cloth diapers but my partner is strongly against it

Agree, my partner does not want to
Disagree, my partner is not strongly against cloth diapering

18. I'm pretty big on all things convenience, if there's an easier way, that's what I'm doing. I very rarely do things that require more effort

Agree
Disagree

Which TYPE Is Best for You - 1 Minute Quiz

1. I enjoy saving money and really love a good deal

Yep that's me
Not so much

2. For a birth to potty diaper kit I'm ok with spending

$350
$500 - $800

3. I am ok with my baby having diapers that are all unisex and the same

Agree
I want a variety of colors and patterns

4. It is important to me that the diapers are very easy/simple to wash and have a short dry time

Agree
I'm ok with more complicated washing insturctions

5.Durability is very important to me, I want them to last and last

Agree
It's not such a big deal

6. I would rather a trim fitting diaper that doesn't add a lot of extra bulk

Agree
Disagree

7. I want super absorbent diapers even if that means extra bulk

Agree
Disagree

8. I am ok with the occasional diaper leak

Agree
Disagree

9. I want my baby out of diapers and potty trained young, like 18-24 months

Hell yes! I want them out of diapers ASAP
I'm not that motivated to potty train early

10. I am confident enough in my decision to use cloth to buy all of the diapers at the beginning because I know I'll succeed

Agree
Disagree

Still Undecided?

Watch the video below. It is a tad lengthy (12 minutes) but it will help you to reach a decision.

If you've taken the quiz and are confident that YES cloth diapering is right for you but you're still unsure on which type is best for you check out the video below this one.

Choosing The Right Type of Diapers

So you've decided that yes you definitely want to cloth diaper. Your next step is to figure out which TYPE of cloth diapers will work best for you.

Some people want super absorbent diapers in beautiful prints, and others want something that is trim fitting and more simple to wash. There are a few things to consider when choosing a type of cloth diaper. The video below walks you through the different types, flats, prefolds, BB's, fitted, pocket and AIO.