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Old 06-01-2006, 07:02 PM   #1
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How do you store your cloth?

Curious to know..... the laundry basket approach is getting tiresome for me...
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Old 06-01-2006, 07:03 PM   #2
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In one of her dresser draws. Our stash is small right now but I have a lot coming in the mail. I don't know how I will store them after that
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Old 06-01-2006, 07:11 PM   #3
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The girls will be taking over ds's room shortly and he has like 4 or 5 shelves on his wall. I am getting cute little wicker baskets for the shelves and that is where they will go.
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Old 06-01-2006, 07:13 PM   #4
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we bought a tall dresser and one of the ones that has the area to put one of those contoured changing pads in. the one with the changing area i have all the nb's in the top drawer and smalls in the second, and more will go into the third drawer once the other dresser is set up. then on the other part of that dresser (the tall part of it) i have a basket w/the wipes and liners and doublers and snappies and such. works for me! (baby isn't here yet though lol, so we'll see!)
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my rash stash and less used fitteds, my covers and wool are all under netierh the top. its an old changing table I took the pad out and store the most used on top, I also have a drawer full in my night stand, and a few in the bathroom for after baths too
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Old 06-01-2006, 07:25 PM   #6
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Re: How do you store your cloth?

Top shelf of the changing table! Knew I'd need that thing for something! I actually use it now that we are CD'ing since the diaper change is so much more of a production (in a good, fun way!)
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one of our bathrooms has a full wall legnth counter... I have all my dipes neatly stacked allong the wall and that is also where I lay him to change his dipes!
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I keep ours in a dresser drawer, but my slowly growing stash is going to take over soon, so I dont know yet.
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Everyday FB colors go in my PBK diaper caddy along w/ diaper cream, snappis, massage oil, etc. http://ww1.potterybarnkids.com/cat/p...Cab&gids=pk732
Other dipes/stuffins go under the crib in our PBK lined basket embroidered w/ 'Diapers' : http://ww1.potterybarnkids.com/cat/p...Cab&gids=k4007
Our 2 whole pretty AWs stay in the diaper bag, along w/ replacement SIS and doublers so I can show them off.
The white FBs live in the side pockets of our co-sleeper for night changes.
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I use the dresser but it takes up like half the thing! the top big drawer is for pockets and the 2nd is for fitteds and wool and then I have another small drawer for wipes and yet another drawer for random stuff - extra MF towels, pail liners, etc. When we move, I'll probably start changing him on the floor b/c he's getting wigly. I might get a nice lined basket to keep t hem in so its pretty
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