1. Dominique says April 2, 2014

    I have never heard of the Rockin Green before, so thank you for that. I also have a question for those that do cloth diaper full time, part time, we plan to cloth diaper full time, however, I am wondering what you moms do, that have to leave the child in the care of others when you go back to work, do you put them in disposables when they go or how do you handle it? Thanks for any suggestions.

  2. Trina says April 2, 2014

    My rule of thumb with cloth diapering has been that if it starts to feel overwhelming for me or the caregiver, we switch to a disposable. For for the first six months (until we introduced solids), we were probably 80% cloth diapers during the day and disposables at night to encourage longer stretches of sleep. When I am at work, I have left it up to the caregivers (which is mostly grandparents) but they have usually been okay with the cloth diapers. Probably the biggest reason for our switch to more disposables is as Sam has grown, so has her capacity to fill diapers. The disposables are simply able to hold more and that means less changes, which is especially handy with squiggly toddlers and when we are away from home.

    1. Holly says April 3, 2014

      Trina I feel like I have known you forever Since your dad is my sales man for AW we have exchanged pictures over the years of our kids growing and then the grandkids are amazing, I love your smile in this picture. thank you for letting your dad share with me

  3. Katie Douglass says April 2, 2014

    I have hiked with Trina while she used her Deuter kid backpack and can attest that it is awesome. I am especially fond of the way the sun shield pulls out from behind the kids head. It is much easier to assemble than mine. It also is a great wind block.

  4. Allison says April 2, 2014

    I will keep the carrier in mind for the future…. My husband and I would love to take our baby on hikes with us in Colorado. My Baby Bjorn original carrier hurts my back after awhile.


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