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You have a baby on the way – maybe your first, maybe your fourth - and you’ve decided cloth diapering is the system for you and you're considering cloth diapering. Prepare yourself; you are soon going to be bombarded with unsolicited advice and facts, much of which just isn’t true. For some reason, whether people have used cloth diapers or not, everyone has an opinion and everyone has heard a myth they are eager to spread.
With so much information coming at you from every angle, it’s hard to know what is true and what isn’t. Fear not – our blog series Busting Cloth Diaper Myths will tackle these myths one by one so you know exactly what you are getting into.
Today’s Myth: “It's too hard to use cloth overnight”
When it comes to having a newborn, we understand that it can throw your whole routine into disarray. It's only natural to want to find the easiest possible way to do things to try to maintain some semblance of order in your hectic new lifestyle. We have already told you about how easy cloth diapering is, but still some parents shy away from using cloth because they think it is too hard to deal with overnight. The truth is, you don't have to worry about rinsing poopy diapers in the middle of the night. Nor will you have to deal with a lack of absorbency or leaking. These are all myths; let me tell you why.