January 13, 2015 29 Comments
Welcome to the January 2015 Carnival of Natural Parenting:
This post was written for inclusion in the monthly Carnival of Natural Parenting hosted by Code Name: Mama and Hobo Mama. This month our participants have shared stories, tips, and tricks on tackling household chores. Please read to the end to find a list of links to the other carnival participants.
I have an eight-month-old daughter who wears cloth diapers all day and night. I have a full-time job outside the home. I’m a naturally chilly person, so I wear layers of clothes, including two to four pairs of socks, every day in the winter. I use cloth handkerchiefs, cloth personal wipes, and cloth menstrual pads. I hang-dry almost all my laundry instead of using the dryer. How the heck do I get all that laundry done?!?
I worked out a good system when my first child was a baby, and I’ve been working my way toward getting back onto that system; with the addition of a few more diapers to our stash, it’s finally starting to work really smoothly. Here are the key components of my laundry routine. Read more of this post