Friday, November 2, 2012

Please Help!!!

In the past, I have written reviews on cloth diapers and shared some of my very strange mind with you.  Just imagine what my wife has to deal with on a daily basis!  Now I need some help from you, the real experts on Cloth Diapers.

I am having writers block when it comes to figuring out an issue that my oldest son is having.  I can't come up with a solution.  Please, please help and I promise I will blog more about things that make me laugh.

Here we go.  My son, now almost 2, is getting a rash after almost every poop and after most pees.  I am not sure where it is coming from or why.  We have switched foods, we have washed and stripped the diapers 7 ways from Sunday (or I read through at least the first 20 or so Google results and tried most) and the only thing that keeps his rash away is DISPOSABLE DIAPERS.

Now, I am not going to give up on Cloth.  I REALLY HATE that he is in disposables almost 80% of the day now.  I am just stuck and need help.

Here is my promise to you.......if you can help me figure out what is going on with my diapers (and please feel free to call me out on things, I am not ashamed if I am doing something wrong), I will give you advice on how to keep the following from happening to your kid.  It's kind of important, so the faster you can help me, the faster I can help your kids...... :)

This happened on Halloween morning at about 5:00 am.  I still jump thinking about it.

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Stay tuned....

The Diapering Daddy


  1. I am not a CD momma or much help but I sure hope you get rid of the rash and that someone can help you out :)

  2. Hey Dan! Maybe you've figured out the issue already since this post is a few months old, but in case you haven't, I would ask what kind of cloth diaper you are using, and what fabric the diaper is made of. You may want to switch up the diaper based on fibres.... for example, if you're using synthetics (microfleece, for example) try a natural fibre, like a cotton-bamboo blend.