Frugal Baby Tips

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My Frugal Baby Tips: Second Hand Diapering: Diaper Heaven! Cotton Diapers, Cloth Diapers, Baby Hacks, Baby Tips, Cloth Diaper Covers, Plastic Pants, Clothing Size Chart, Disposable Diapers, Kids Store

Second Hand Diapering: Diaper Heaven!

MyFrugalBabyTips.com: There's a small second-hand children's store just down the street from me. I asked about cloth diapers/covers, and they showed me at least three bins of diapers and a basket full of covers...

My Frugal Baby Tips: Frugal Child Safety: Save That Toilet Paper! Used Cloth Diapers, Third Baby, Pop Bottles, Childproofing, House Made, Child Safety, Baby Hacks, Toilet Paper, Frugal

Frugal Child Safety: Save That Toilet Paper!

MyFrugalBabyTips.com: Would you like to prevent your toddler or pets from unrolling the entire roll of toilet paper, and stuffing it into the toilet, or trailing it through the house?

My Frugal Baby Tips: Frugal Diapering: Decorative Diaper Pail Cotton Diapers, Cloth Diapers, Baby Tips, Baby Hacks, Diaper Pail, Plastic Pants, Disposable Diapers, Diapering, Frugal

Frugal Diapering: Decorative Diaper Pail

MyFrugalBabyTips.com: Using regular acrylic paints which are non-toxic, I paint the diaper bucket and lid to match the painting I did on the dresser and crib...

My Frugal Baby Tips: Frugal Diapering: Washing Cloth Diapers at the Laundromat Baby Tips, Baby Hacks, Concours Photo, Cloth Diapers, Frugal, Walmart, Diapering, Footprints, Photo Credit

Frugal Diapering: Washing Cloth Diapers at the Laundromat

MyFrugalBabyTips.com: It costs me $2.00 to wash and $1.50 to dry (.25 = 8 minutes, and I usually dry for 48 minutes), and I wash two loads a week, so that's $7 per week. Using WalMart brand disposables would cost me $15 per week, so I'm still saving money...

uncut fruit, by Ugly Duckling's (im_an_ugly_duckling) on Photobucket Taste Buds, Food For Thought, Frugal, Good Food, Apple, Baby Tips, Baby Hacks, Flowers, Plants

uncut fruit, by Ugly Duckling's (im_an_ugly_duckling) on Photobucket

My Frugal Baby Tips: Frugal Diapering: Slippery Diaper Pins Cotton Diapers, Cloth Diapers, Baby Tips, Baby Hacks, Plastic Pants, Disposable Diapers, Diapering, Frugal, Toddlers

Frugal Diapering: Slippery Diaper Pins

MyFrugalBabyTips.com: My mom always said to help diaper pins go through the cloth easier I should keep them pushed in a bar of soap - it sort of greases the metal. But I have a better tip!

My Frugal Baby Tips: Frugal Diapering: Storing Diapers in Washing Machine Cotton Diapers, Used Cloth Diapers, Funny Baby Photos, Baby Pictures, Baby Care Tips, Baby Tips, California Baby, Baby Carrying, Diaper Pail

Frugal Diapering: Storing Diapers in Washing Machine

MyFrugalBabyTips.com: I do not use a diaper pail, I just put my used cloth diapers straight into the washing machine with no water...

Homemade Baby Wipes Recipe -This works! Used when the kids were little BUT(T) us… – Baby Care Tips Homemade Disinfecting Wipes, Homemade Wipes, Homemade Baby, Homemade Products, Cotton Diapers, Cloth Diapers, Baby Care Tips, Disposable Diapers, Baby Oil

Baby Wipes: Frugal Baby Wipes

MyFrugalBabyTips.com: I prefer to use facial tissues for my baby's bottom rather than the homemade baby wipes to save money...

My Frugal Baby Tips: Frugal Diapering: DIY Velcro Diaper Fastener Cotton Diapers, Diy Diapers, Cloth Diapers, Baby Hacks, Baby Tips, Sewing Equipment, Sewing Courses, Learning Methods, Plastic Pants

Frugal Diapering: DIY Velcro Diaper Fastener

MyFrugalBabyTips.com: Here's a fast and simple way to make all your flat, prefold and shaped diapers into easy Velcro®-closing diapers! Just buy the One Wrap Velcro straps - no sewing involved! Click for instructions...

Tutorial on how to make your own diaper sprayer for cloth diapers- so easy and will make using cloth diapers so much more easier! i should know sense it didnt go well with dylan because of the cleaning issue! Used Cloth Diapers, Diy Diapers, Thing 1, Make Your Own, How To Make, Baby Wearing, Diy Tutorial, Just In Case, Helpful Hints

DIY Diaper Sprayer Tutorial

Guest post by member: Liz Burgess “I will never use cloth diapers!” -My famous last words before switching to cloth diapers. I had no intention of cloth diapering. It was gross and inconvenient and…

My Frugal Baby Tips: Frugal On the Go: Free Baby Mittens Baby Shower Winter, Baby Winter, Winter Babies, Baby Hacks, Baby Tips, Winter Baby Clothes, Baby Mittens, Free Baby Stuff, Frugal

Frugal On the Go: Free Baby Mittens

MyFrugalBabyTips.com: Forget about those tiny mittens for winter babies. Use baby's older brother's or sister's woolly socks - clean, of course!

My Frugal Baby Tips: Frugal Toys: Instant Cross-Boomerang Baby Hacks, Baby Tips, Painted Sticks, Popsicle Sticks, 5 Year Olds, Boomerang Photo, Fun Projects, Big Kids, Photo Credit

Frugal Toys: Instant Cross-Boomerang

MyFrugalBabyTips.com: This one is for the bigger kids - at least over 5 years old! Take two wooden sticks (rulers, paint sticks, Popsicle sticks, etc) to make an instant cross-boomerang...

My Frugal Baby Tips: Frugal Child Safety: Save That Toilet Paper! Used Cloth Diapers, Third Baby, Pop Bottles, Childproofing, House Made, Child Safety, Baby Hacks, Toilet Paper, Frugal

Rob, Joyce, Alex & Nova

Explore Rob, Joyce, Alex & Nova's 2,779 photos on Flickr!

My Frugal Baby Tips: Frugal Diapering: Frugal Diaper Dunking Cotton Diapers, Cloth Diapers, Baby Tips, Baby Hacks, Plastic Pants, Disposable Diapers, Diapering, Frugal, Thrifting

Frugal Diapering: Frugal Diaper Dunking

MyFrugalBabyTips.com: When our Diaper Duck broke for the second time, we discovered a frugal and effective fix - regular salad tongs work great for swishing and dunking diapers and for holding the diaper and flushing at the same time...