My Stash

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GroVia newborn AIO:  vanilla, persimmon, peacocks, and bicycles
Blueberry Newborn Simplex: Giraffes and Messy Hands
bumGenius newborn: clementine and noodle
2 Rumparooz Lil' Joeys: Kangarooz
11 Bummis prefolds
1 Rumparooz NB cover: Tulip

All in Ones
14 bumGenius Elementals (OBGE): Twilight, Moonbeam, Ribbit, Mirror, Albert, Clementine, Grasshopper, Butternut,  Sassy, Zinnia, and Blossom
10 bumGenius Freetimes: Sassy, Albert, Ribbit, Blossom, Lovelace, Butternut, Audrey, Chaplin, and Alicia
Blueberry Simplex 2.0: cow and owl
Thirsties Duo AIO: Blackbird, White, Scottish Storm, Family Tree, Polka Dance, and Sweethearts
1 Blueberry OS Simplex: Dinos
2 Tots Bots Easy Fit: New York and Gingerbread
2 GroVia AIO: Surf and airplanes
1 Bottombumpers: Grazy Love
2 Smart Bottoms: Jax and Jill and Atomic Blast

Fuzzibunz Elite: whimsical whales
2 Fuzzibunz OS: Green and Yellow
bumGenius 4.0: mirror, maathai, irwin, concrete jungle, eiffel tower, free spirit, jet setter, and retail therapy

All in Twos
Applecheeks Envelope Cover: Wild Child and Crazy Love
Applecheeks 2 ply bamboo insert
SoftBums Echo: giraffes, nuclear pumpkin, chocolate, chevworm
2 SoftBums Omni: white tie safari and scribble
SoftBums Dry Touch Mini Pods
SoftBums Bamboo Pods
2 SoftBums Super Dry Touch Pod
1 SoftBums Large Bamboo Pod
GroVia Shells: woodlands, mandarin, cloud, and adventure
2 GroVia Stay Dry Biosoakers
2 GroVia Organic Biosoakers
1 Rock-a-bums V1: black

Diapering Systems
Flip Nightime Organic Cotton inserts
Hemp Babies doublers (small)
2 Hemp Babies Little Weeds
3 Thirsties Duo Wrap: cool stripes, blackbird, hoot
Thirsties Stay Dry Duo insert
1 Thirsties Hemp Prefold (size 2)
2 Geffen Baby Quick Absorbers Plus
2 Geffen Baby Hemp Jersey prefolds (m/l)
2 Babykicks Hemp Prefolds
2 Econobum prefolds
2 Babykicks Hemparoo JoeyBunz
1 Blueberry Capri Cover: dino
2 Sbish flats (med)
6 Blueberry Flats: blue
12 Osocozy Flats: white
4 Snappis: light blue, green, and dayglo orange
1 Diaper Pin

Kissaluvs fitted size 0

2 Blueberry Trainers: Guitars and Monkeys
9 Bummis Potty Pant: Denim Dot and white
1 Super Undies Snap-On Potty Training Pant: The Aquanaut
1 Super Undies Hybrid: Green

Swim Diapers
Applecheeks size 1: Siesta Key and Totally Twilight
1 Bummis Swimmi Medium: Camping Critters
1 Smart Bottoms

Planet Wise pail liners: baby blue and sage
Planet Wise wet bag medium: river rock
Planet Wise wet bag small: meadow tweets
Planet Wise hanging wet/dry bag: owl
Planet Wise wipes pouch: lime squares
1 Planet Wise travel wet/dry bag: mocha sunrise
1 GroVia wet bag
Rumparooz wet bag: powder
1 Thirsties wet bag: polka dance
1 AppleCheeks waist extenders: coriander
18 Thirsties Fab wipes: boy colors
12 Bumgenius Flannel wipes
4 bumbledoo Wipes
3 Geffen Baby wipes
1 SoftBums Wipe
Prince Lionheart Warmies wipe warmer
4 Prince Lionheart warmies wipes
7 LooHoo Dryer Balls
Knickernappies diaper sprayer
1 Changing Diapers book


  1. I'm really curious about the Kawaii Snazzy Minky and the Happy Heinys One for All -- would you consider doing a couple of reviews on those for us??

    1. Absolutely! Although, I'll go ahead and warn you that my son hardly ever wears them because neither are my favorite!

    2. I would like to see Apple check and ones and twos.

  2. I would love to see your thoughts on the BG Freetime. Also, Itzy Ritzy Wetbags.

  3. I'm curious about AppleCheeks, Swaddlebees, and Oh Katy.

  4. I am new to cloth diapers and would love to see your stash and setup in photos! Have you done a post about that yet?

    1. No, but this is on my radar! Something I've been wanting to do! I promise I'll get to it soon! Thanks for the suggestion!

  5. I know this is an old post, but whoa!! This is why I failed at cloth diapering. I only tried one brand and it was not that great. I only had 20 diapers and inserts. But I did cloth diaper my first for 7 months. I was also pregnant when she was 3 months old so I was way too tired to do laundry every single day. My third child is now 3 months old and I still have another in diapers (my second born.)I really want to try it again but like I said I hated those diapers I had. It is just not practical to change a diaper every hour. (Unless that is a normal thing with cloth and I'm just being silly)I also should have done more research before jumping right into it but I was 18 and a first time mom. Hey, I breastfed all 3 (still #3) and they never had a bottle. I actually bought some PUL fabric and plan to try to make my own. I could not resist the fabric was adorable. I have enough to make probably between 3-6 depending if I can use the scraps. I figured making my own would be better then the nasty old ones I hate so much. I have entered so many giveaways too, but to no avail. Oh well, maybe I should beg hubby to let me try again. It is his money and even if it will pay off, it is still a lot of $$. I love your stash. So many different brands. What are you favorites? I am sure you love them all but do you have a top 5?

    1. Hi Desiree! Thank you for your comment! You should be changing a diaper about every 2 hours. Heavy wetters may need to be changed sooner. It's possible that was the case with your child. In that case, I recommend doubling up on inserts, using natural fibers (hemp, cotton, etc) or adding in a doubler (love Hemp Babies). Good luck making your own diapers. I have no idea how to sew! :) Keep entering giveaways, you never know! Many of my diapers I have gotten for free. I've written a few blog posts on how to get free diapers. You can read them here:

      As far as my favorites: Bumgenius Freetimes, Elementals, and 4.0s are all great! I also love SoftBums. If you want to cloth diaper really frugally, don't be afraid of covers with flats or prefolds! It is not considered modern, but they are extremely easy to use and care for and very inexpensive. I wish you the best of luck! Please let me know if I can help you in any way!

  6. I just wanted to chime in...this stash is amazing! But cloth diapering can absolutely be done without this many diapers. I started with 8 and now I have 26 total and that is plenty of diapers for my 14 month old daughter (8 was a bit rough with a 4 month old, we were going through them way too fast). One piece of advice I wish someone had told me before I started cloth diapering was to try a diaper trial service, many cloth diaper stores offer them and it allows you to see what works best for you and your baby before investing all that money (there are a few I wouldn't have purchased if I had known about this and a few I would have bought right away). Also as my daughter has gotten older and eats more solids I don't have to change her as often (about every 3-4 hours now) so the diaper laundry has become less overwhelming with time.

  7. What do you do with all the diapers you don't like or no longer use?

    1. Hi Melissa! Some I sell, others I pass on to other cloth diapering mamas!

  8. Oh my! And I thought my stash was huge! :-)

  9. Wow, super detailed list, love it!

  10. Impressive list. But are these all currently in rotation? Because, wow! :)

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  12. the newborn stash means that does cloth diapers are the only ones you used for your newborn?


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