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Old 09-30-2012, 04:37 PM   #11
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We are cloth diaper dropouts sadly.

Right now we are using Huggies pure and natural, which are the least green of the "green" diapers. I occasionally used earths best with my first foster baby and loved them, but the fit on our son isn't great, so those are out. I just finished a pack of honest company. No leaks with those, but the didn't have enough "coverage" for his big booty and the tabs were flimsy. so, we won't be re-buying those. I have not tried natures babycare.

I am going to give seventh generation another go, because I do like that they are a little bit more green than Huggies P&N.

For now though, the fit of Huggies is best. I even use the regular Huggies overnights, that's how far I have gone on the slippery slope. LOL.

So, I would personally go with seventh generation or Huggies P&N.

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Old 09-30-2012, 05:41 PM   #12
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Gdiapers can be used with any cover, as can flips. Dunno about any of the other brands. I like gdiapers.
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Old 10-01-2012, 07:04 PM   #13
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Re: best "natural" disposable diaper

We use whole foods brand! $10 a pack and trim!
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Old 10-01-2012, 08:06 PM   #14
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My son has been clothed, except for at night. He is husky...and the seventh don't work for him at all. Blowout every time. I have yet to find an all natural diaper that fits him properly so we do deal with leaks or blowouts.
oh no, our DD is a super chunk too! she's 8 months old & is starting to outgrow her GMD brown edged prefolds & medium covers already!
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Re: best "natural" disposable diaper

We've used Earth's Best (off and on, traveling out of the country, etc) and have loved them thus far. Fits our toddler well. Haven't tried Nurture but curious. Maybe with our baby we're expecting next month.
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Old 10-23-2012, 10:14 AM   #17
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Re: best "natural" disposable diaper

We used Nature baby Care with both our boys until I just switched to cloth 2 weeks ago. We loved them!!!
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I know this is an old thread I started, but I wanted to update. After much research I decided to go with Nature Babycare. They are the only disposable that is compostable and not made with plastics (except the stretchy tabs you need to remove first.) Thank god I bought a case, cause after we moved our new house had plumbing issues, and the water had to be shut off for several days! The Naty diapers really worked well, no leaks of blowouts ever and seemed very absorbent. I feel they are the most environmentally friendly of all the "green" diapers, and they don't cost more than others. I loved them so much, I even signed up to be a Naty Ambassador to spread the news!
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Old 09-04-2013, 02:45 PM   #19
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Re: best "natural" disposable diaper

I know OP has already updated, but for anyone else reading this and curious: http://www.babygearlab.com/Disposable-Diaper-Reviews

they only list regular style sposies, so sposie inserts aren't included. They not only compare ecofriendliness, but absorbency and fit as well.
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I know this is an old thread I started, but I wanted to update. After much research I decided to go with Nature Babycare. They are the only disposable that is compostable and not made with plastics (except the stretchy tabs you need to remove first.) Thank god I bought a case, cause after we moved our new house had plumbing issues, and the water had to be shut off for several days! The Naty diapers really worked well, no leaks of blowouts ever and seemed very absorbent. I feel they are the most environmentally friendly of all the "green" diapers, and they don't cost more than others. I loved them so much, I even signed up to be a Naty Ambassador to spread the news!
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