Mommy’s Touch All-In-One Diaper

Mommy’s Touch All-In-One Diaper that fits birth to potty years-no inserts required!!
No pins, no scratchy Velcro, no stuffing inserts…Simple and Functional!


The folks over at Dinker and Giggles offer a pretty amazing product for handling the pitfalls of infant care – dirty diapers. What they offer is a cloth diaper that is designed to be more baby-friendly and pretty friendly on the pocketbook too. These cloth diapers are designed to be used from birth to potty years through an ingenious systems of snap buttons. Adjustable and comfortable, they can be sized for any size child and come in a variety of colors and patterns. The initial price tag may seem a bit much until you factor in that you will not have to buy any more disposable diapers again.

Figure 6 diapers a day for one week. That’s 6 diapers x $20 x 7days = $840 (save 5% – see below)
If you plan to use disposable diapers, plan on spending between $1,600-$2,300 by the time your baby is potty-trained.

Now, you will have to wash the cloth diapers (that’s why you want a week’s worth) but disposable diapers have a harsh toxin in them called dioxin. Among other concerns is the fact that since disposable diapers feel dryer, many parents leave then on their babies too long leading to irritations and rashes.


Aside from sharing this great resource, there is another reason for my post. We would encourage anyone interested to help us “stock up” on these cloth diapers. I have created a Wish List on Dinker & Giggles. The items on it are things that I would really like to have. Also, anybody who places an order before June 30th can save 5% thanks to a special coupon offered by the folks over at

I wanted to offer a 5% off coupon for your use. At checkout enter ‘archshrk’ for 5% off your order. Anyone may use this code–if you have some friends that are in need of our products. Coupon expires June 30th, 2007.

Thank you!

5 thoughts on “Mommy’s Touch All-In-One Diaper

  1. Um. Speaking as someone with surprisingly clear memories of cloth diaper experiences – six a day? Dude. During the wonder year there will be times when you use six an hour.

    Granted those won’t be common or long-lasting times but still. Double your numbers. At least. I’m thinking more like 15 or 20 a day.

    For more accurate estimates call a cloth-diaper service company. These companies usually work on a once or twice weekly basis, where they deliver a set of clean diapers in exchange for … “soiled.” Ask them how many diapers they provide for newborns, how often they swap, and when the usage numbers typically start dropping.

    Understand I think cloth diapers are “better” in some respects – definitely for long term environmental – but no matter how you manage them, they’re a LOT more work than disposables. And unless you have like, an airtight biohazard area set up in your home, you’ll be doing diaper laundry loads every couple days just to stay ahead of the game.

    I can’t believe I just typed one of my longest comments EVER on diapers. Truly this is becoming a Baby Blog.

    Kidding! But it is a long comment, and that’s just weird.

  2. Well you didn’t mention that they have other *patterns* & colors!! How cool. Really, the price is not bad at all, especially if you are going to be using them for -like- ever! *laughs* Or at least a couple years…it’ll just feel like forever.

  3. I just happened across this blog post. I am the owner of Dinker & Giggles and a cloth diaper user. Back in the day yes you may have gone through 15-20 diapers a day. With today’s technically advance cloth diapers you do not have issues with leaking or having to change your children every 10 minutes. I have used cloth diapers on my youngest son since the day he was born. Yes at first when he was just fresh home we changed him every hour on the hour. Now he is 19 months old and he goes through 6-8 diapers a depending on if he is having an active bowl movement day. (yuck I know!) My 3 yr old also cloth diapers and he uses about 3 cloth training pants during the day and one cloth diaper at night. IF you ever have questions on cloth diapers please do not hesitate to contact me. Good luck on the ‘stocking up’ of diapers!!

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