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Diaper Pod by ByMastiqah


I'm a cloth diapering mom, part-time. My baby wears either cloth diapers or disposable diapers, depending on situation and need. When I stay at home with him, I'll be cloth diapering him fully during day time. He's 10 months old now so that's how long I have been cloth diapering him. Yay! *pats own back*

The photo above shows some of my baby's cloth diapers that I keep in a diaper pod made by ByMastiqah.


There are many types of modern cloth diapers. My favorite type is the hybrid fitted. The photo above shows some of my baby's hybrid fitteds ready to go into the washing machine.

"A hybrid fitted is a cross between an AIO (all-in-one) and a fitted diaper. It's a fitted diaper that has a hidden body layer of poly fleece, sandwiched between the outer print and the inner velour. This layer of poly fleece helps the diaper to be more effective. Liquid hits the fleece layer and is deflected back into the absorbent inner, soaking up into the rest of the soaker pad and inner velour instead of just saturating the middle and immediately needing a change." [Source]


The best laundry is cloth diaper laundry! The fresh-from-the-sun smell is invigorating! Now they are ready to be prepped for next usages. Look at these fun and adorable prints!


Now back to the diaper pod. I love this cute panda print!


This is the outer view, all zipped up. The long strap is very handy.


Here's another angle of the diaper pod.


The diaper pod's inner part is black, which I really like because it will look "dirt-free". Lol.


I can flip the top cover down to both sides of the pod so that I have more space to store cloth diapers in it.


I can flip the top covers back in order to zip up the diaper pod for storing and traveling purposes.


Another type of modern cloth diapers that I use is the pocket diaper system. Pocket diapers come with cover and inserts/soakers/boosters/prefolds separate from the cover. This system helps with easy adjustments to suit absorbency needs as baby grows. The inserts/soakers (made from materials such as microfiber, cotton, hemp, bamboo) are stuffed into the pocket part before putting the pocket diaper on baby.


The diaper pod can be easily stored in the closet. And yes, I have a lot of cloth diapers. :)


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