I warned many of you on Facebook and Twitter that we were planning on camping in cloth this last weekend, and I'm sure many of you were wondering how my experience went.....
So, here are the facts:
- Our campground had no running water (other than the river).
- I packed 10 covers and 40 inserts (we use our RAB mainly as an All-in-Two). We used 8 covers and 28 inserts
- I packed 4 wet bags, but we ended up only using 2!
- I packed my full wipes warmer and used about 40 wipes, because we used them to clean her tush and her little body
And here is the outcome:
My motto for the weekend was "let it be" (no, not the whole Beatles song, just the line) ;). We were camping in DIRT, and I have a 15 month old TODDLER, who thinks dirt is quite amusing. She rolled in it, played in it, and even ATE it, yes, I did say she ingested some of it, and you know what, she survived. We bathed her in the river, fed her at a picnic table, and changed her outside, and she enjoyed every minute of it!
|Never looking at the camera!|
|Crusin in her Rock-a-Bums|
My only tip: have a plan of action for poop! We just plopped them into a Ziplock bag, and then threw it away at the end~
*In case your wondering, the blackberries came out of the diaper with ease! Hmm.....getting stains out of covers....I'm sensing another blog post......
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