Saturday, February 9, 2013
Cloth Diaper Storage
The majority of our fluff would be kept in media storage bins that we got at Target (back-to-school section... I think they were intended for CDs and DVDs, really). These are kept under the changing table.
Top row are all now all pocket diapers in the left 3 baskets, and wipes and liners in the fourth. When I took this picture, however, the first two baskets were pockets, the third basket was covers with some flats, and then wipes.
The bottom row (in this picture) are prefolds, flats, then two bins of night time diapers. (*currently I have extra inserts with swim diapers and trainers on top of them in one basket, flats and prefolds with covers on top in another basket, and two row of night time diapers*)
Our wet bags, hanging pails and pail liners we keep in the "diaper holder" that came with the bedding set we purchased. It's snapped onto the end of the changing table.
For all of our accessories, we have a stand-up organizer (next to his diaper pail). On top you can see some Nursery Wipes (Earth's Best), some CJ's BugBanisher (which I would spray on before we head outside in the summer time), and a travel-size pack of Nursery Wipes.
In the top drawer we keep an array of baby items.... extra creams, fingernail clippers, snappis and boingos, etc.
The middle drawer is full of brand new diapers for Squiggle. I am keeping them separate from the others right now since I want to prep them at the same time. The used ones I purchased for Squiggle I have in a bag waiting to be stripped/washed before first use. I'll probably do this all in May when we get closer to the time we'll need them.
For Bobble's "childcare diapers" (which I keep separate from the rest so we have enough for when he's at childcare), we keep them in the bottom drawer.
Speaking of Squiggle's diapers, I have no idea what I'm going to do for newborn diaper storage! We'll want something with easier access than where they are currently, so I guess I'll have to move some of the OS pockets over to the drawer or something.