|Updated stash: 27 diapers!|
The solution? Happy Heinys! We are now proud owners of 4 new Happy Heinys and 1 Tiny Tush diaper. These brands have more adjustment options for larger babies. Thank you, God. We have at least a few more months left in the bumGenius before she completely outgrows them. She could plateau in her growth soon - how awesome would that be?
Abby's Lane was having a clearance of the old Happy Heinys patterns so we stocked up on solid colors for $15 each. Grandma was awesome and bought 3 of them (thanks Grandma!). The 3 solids in the photo are Happy Heinys and the adorable robot pattern is Tiny Tush. Not pictured is a pretty periwinkle color that our poop machine is currently "utilizing".
|bumGenius AIO Pocket|
|A happy heiny in Happy Heinys|
Even though we had to buy more diapers, we are still adding $6 to our savings from not using disposables:
$18 x 2 weeks = $36 saved - $30 on new diapers = $6
Total Personal Investment: $190
Savings To Date: $234
Return On Investment: + $44
If you want a great visual on the savings from cloth diapers (financial, environmental, etc), check this out: