Lyra has an issue with Rashes when she teeths, this drives me nuts because, while it is in every way a teething rash and goes away when teething stops, it looks exactly like a yeast rash. Usually it's my first sign she's teething, she gets a spot or two and a few bumps and then the tooth pops through in a week or two and it goes away on it's own.
Recently she got 4 molars, at once. A very not nice month in the Gayton-Green home. Two weeks in it looked worse then the yeast rash Ace fought for 3 months. It was waking her up over night. I broke down and bought disposables after my other cloth diapering Mama friends convinced me it was okay (sometimes I'm hard on myself). The last tooth popped through this week and Wednesday we did our first day of cloth without any indications of the rash resurfacing.
We've recently switched laundry soaps and changed up our routine. We're using
We've swiched from a Diaper Genii II with a bummis PUL bag liner to a hanging pail wet bag with a zipper. For those of you new or not yet starting to CD after a day or two of sitting a diaper will get a bit of an ammonia smell, mulitply by about 10 diapers and it can be over powering, my system was not holding this in and I had to fix that. The hanging bag holds it all in.
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Now that we're home I stuff them with my Micro Terry inserts or a prefold and the work fantastic all times of day and night.
I use the newspaper fold, which is just folding the diaper in thirds and doesn't require a snappi. Or I use the Angel fold, which does. These both work as great over night options for my super pee-er. The downside to these is it does sometimes take a few attempts with a crazy squirmy 15 month old, and is not always as quick a change as with my other style