Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Fleece Longies

First, may I apologize for my incredibly shameful absence....I've been here, and feeling well, but have been super busy with sewing, homeschooling, growing our newest blessing (coming in February 2010) and living life!

Now, on to the diaper stuff...I have just finished 11 pair of fleece longies. I made these longies with fleece from Malden Mills (mostly Windpro, but the lavender ones are made using 200 wt fleece). Malden Mills makes excellent outdoor fleece which is used by many well known retailers including LL Bean (also a Maine company). The Windpro fleece longies I offer are made using a variety of weights of fabric (some heavy, some light), but all have DWR (durable water repellent) applied, making them essentially bulletproof.

Longies make an excellent choice when you are trying to meet 2 goals at once. They offer your little one the cloth diaper cover solution you need, as well as providing a pair of pants. Fleece longies are a great option if you are leary of the care needed when using wool. They can be laundered with your other diaper items, or with your regular laundry, if you so choose.

Have a Blessed Christmas!
Little Moose Diapers

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Custom Orders List

I have had several custom orders recently. I will make an honest effort to update these projects once a week, say Thursday or Friday.

Works In Progress:

Snap In Inserts to fit Sugar Peas Covers
10 Waterproof Trainers
Pair of Replacement longies (the others didn't fit)
Set of 5 Covers and 2 AIOs - a trade!!!
An AIO and a Cover (for a blog review)

On hold until items are recieved:
Set of 10 Prefold Trainers Conversion
Set of 6 Gerber Trainers Conversion (adding snaps to make changes easier)

I do hope to list at least 10 more pair of longies before the end of the month, so if you would like a custom order, contact me now with you baby's measurements (Take a tape measure (or a string, then measure that). Measure child's waist at the belly button, leg length from between her legs to her ankles. And then, from her bellybutton down through her legs, and up to the mid back wherever the diaper stops. Measure her with a cloth diaper on.)

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Conversion of Prefolds into Training Pants (Prefold Trainers)

Has your little one FINALLY grown into the potty learning stages? Are you looking for a great way to use your prefolds - other than making them into cleaning rags? Why not have them converted into trainers?

Little Moose Diapers' Prefold Trainers are made using prefolds which measure at least 17x12 (Preshrunk). If you Don't have any Prefolds on hand, I have some prepped and waiting to be converted. Are yours embellished - they will work just fine! You can have some pretty embellished Prefold Trainers.

I use FOE to bind while creating a snug fit on your little one. With side closing snaps, these Trainers make changing the poop accidents super easy. No more struggling to carefully pull a regular trainer down your little one's legs in the hopes of not making a mess.

There are two ADORABLE models shown - an infant and a toddler. Photos were taken prior to the Trainers being washed, so you can be assured the fit will be better on your child, since the FOE shrinks slighty with the first washing.

Infant shown weighs 20 pounds, with the following measurements:

Waist - 16.25 inches
Thigh - 10.5 inches

Toddler weighs 32 pounds, with the following measurements:
Waist 20 inches
Thigh 12 inches

The Trainer itself has a rise that measures 17 inches. three rows of snaps make this Trainer fit throughout your little one's potty learning stages - no need to purchase additional sizes as they grow, saving you money in the end.

Friday, June 5, 2009

Orchid Longies

Ok, so I might have a bit of pride over these - but really, aren't they the most adorable longies you've ever seen? And while these are longies, intended to be used over a cloth diaper, they would also make a great baby gift for a baby girl.

It was a little tough to lay the patterns out just right, but I think the end product is nice. I hee-hawed over how to finish the hemlines as well...and as I was contemplating putting a rolled hem on, my daughter came over and I noticed the lettuce edges on her shirt - ah hah! I set my machine to a tight satin stitch, stretched the wool as I sewn, and went over it a total of three times.

I have to give credit to my dear sweet mom, who knows how I love to sew wool into longies. When she saw two lady's shrugs that were 100% wool and for a pretty reasonable price, she purchased them for me. On the shoulder of each shrug were these pretty flowers. I was so delighted when she gave them to me. I almost hated to cut them up, but then again, I could envision the longies they would make. I am more than happy with how nice they turned out.

I was able to get 2 more pair of longies out of these shrugs, but they are plain, with no flowers. I have the materials on hand to needle felt, and since I've been wanting to do that, I think I'll give it a go. Since the red and burgundy are pretty girly colors, I'm thinking of felting hearts onto them...what do you think?


Monday, June 1, 2009


In regards to cloth diapers, wool has many uses. Longies are pants made traditionally from wool sweaters. Wool soakers are knitted or sewn from wool sweaters as well. A Wool Diaper Cover, or Wool Wrap as I like to call them, is made from either a sweater or wool interlock. When used with cloth diapers, wool makes an excellent 'waterproof' barrier. Wool can absorb up to 30% of it's weight in moisture while also 'repelling' the moisture. It is a property known as hygroscopic property.

When wool items are lanolinized, they have been soaked in a solution of water and lanolin. Lanolin is the natural oil or fat secreted by sheep's skin glands. Lanolin also has water-repellent properties. So when you add lanolin to a wool diaper cover, or longies, you have further ensured no moisture will escape the diaper beneath.

While wool soakers, covers, or longies can by made using only 80% wool, I prefer to use 100% wool articles. This ensures the wool items I make are of the best functioning quality.

Cloth Diaper users are already contributing greatly to the reduction of trash created in our world. When a family uses a recycled wool item for their child, they are increasing the trash reducing benefits since that wool item was already an unwanted clothing article.

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Special Needs Items

Remember I was telling you about a few of the Custom Orders I've been working on? Well, they are completed - all but one, and that one has been put on hold since the little baby they are for decided to arrive a little early.

Just over a month ago, I was contacted by a sweet lady who was interested in cloth diapers for her older special needs child. It has been a pleasure working with "A" to complete this order. I am sure that "A" and her daughter will be delighted when their package arrives.

She chose some Pocket Diapers, Fitted Diapers, All In One diapers, Inserts, and a few covers as well. This will be a very nice way to start using cloth diapers for them.

While I was working on this order, my oldest son, Garrett, age 7, was curious as to why I was making such large diapers. I took the time to explain to him that God makes each one of us Special, and that He chose to make this young lady extra special, and that her body doesn't work the same as our body works. In the end, he decided that she was getting some "really pretty diapers". He even helped me package the diapers today.


Thursday, May 21, 2009

Custom Made Wool Wraps

Recently, I was contacted by a lady who wanted to place a custom order for some wool wraps - or diaper covers. I forwarded her some photos, and she chose the wool to be used. I am very pleased with the finished product.

Little Moose Diapers Recycled Wool Wraps are made from 100% wool items. Two layers of felted, recycled wool is used to make this diaper cover bullet proof. Lastin is sewn into the legs and across the back, fully enclosed so no elastic touches your little one's skin directly. Aplix 800 is used for closure, yielding an adjustable fit.

Why wool? Wool can absorb up to 30% of it's weight in moisture. Once lanolin has been added, the wool becomes even more 'waterproof'. Lanolin also helps soften the feel of the wool. I have been amazed at the softened feel wool takes on. Contrary to what some people will tell you, wool is very breathable, allowing air to circulate in and out of the diaper and cover, providing a healthier environment for your baby's bum.

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Caption Me This

Comfort Joy Designs is hosting a Baby Shower game - Caption me This! What a great way to receive some gifts.

One winner will receive three - yes, THREE prizes:
Win Cozy Care Cape from Spa Time Baby!
Win 3 - 30 count packs from Boogie Wipes!
Win Natural Baby Starter Kit from Seventh Generation!

Happy Playing!!!


Friday, May 8, 2009

I've been busy...

I have been busy working on a custom order for a local store...they ordered 15 diapers of each size - that's 60 diapers! THAT is alot of sewing....

And I've also been working on a few other orders, one for a Special Needs teen, as well as a few wool wrap orders, and another diaper order. Then today I received an order for two size 4 overnight pocket pullups...

What a blessing to see the orders coming in. When I began this business, I prayed that God would direct my paths, and that if it were something He meant for me to pursue, that He would bring me sales...and He is. I thank my Heavenly Father for this success.

Blessings, Hope

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Great Cloth Diaper Hunt

Ever hear of the Great Cloth Diaper Hunt? Looking for an interesting way to shop lots of different stores (not just diaper stores?) Diaper Decisions sponsors a hunt for their diaper symbol - by going to various sites on the sponsor list, you search their sites for the diaper symbol, record your email address, and you may win. There are lots of fun prizes offered - but I warn you, it can become challenging and addicting!

Here's a link to Diaper Decisions where you'll find all the necessary details at Diaper Decisions.

Momma Moose

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Custom Orders Galore

I've heard a few fellow diaper sewers complain about custom orders. I must admit, I am surprised by this. I personally LOVE to work with people and help them design their diapers, covers, or what have you...it gives me the opportunity to provide you, the customer, with EXACTLY what you want.

Some recent custom orders I've completed include a large wipe-able changing pad and training pants. Currently, I have 3 custom orders: one for burp cloths, one for a set of three wool diaper covers, and some cloth diapers for a special needs teen.

You can read about custom orders from Little Moose Diapers by visiting my ETSY store.

An example of custom orders I can complete for you include cloth pull ups from size 1 Toddler through 16 Junior, Wool covers or longies, cloth diapers in specific prints and colors, and more...if you are unsure, just ask and I'll let you know if I am able to make it or not.


Monday, April 27, 2009

43 Mother's Day Gift Ideas

Here's a great blog entry listing 43 gift ideas for any mother from A Marketplace of Blessings


Thursday, April 23, 2009

Keeping a Diaper Pail

Some people are intimidated by using cloth diapers, and to tell you the truth, I once was as well...but once you start using cloth, you won't want to go back.

But, what do you do with the dirty diapers? You keep a diaper pail. This could be a large bucket or a small tote container placed up out of reach of little ones. (I keep mine on top of the dryer) After changing the baby's diaper, you place the dirty diaper and cloth wipes in the pail.

I personally choose to use a dry pail for a few reasons, the primary one being I don't like the idea of having dirty water to deal with. I have not had a problem with odors using a dry pail. I do not have a lid on this pail....placing a lid on your diaper pail will contribute to the growth of bacteria and buildup of ammonia odor.

If odors become a problem, sprinkle a little baking soda on top of the diapers every time you add one to the bucket. When wash time comes, rinse your bucket with warm water. To sanitize, spray the bucket with a diluted bleach if you wish, just be sure the bleach has dried before adding any PUL covers to it.

Happy Diapering,

Momma Moose

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Featured Artisan - One Girl Circus

In this day and age, where so many people are unconcerned with leaving a legacy, Karen at One Girl Circus, has created an item which will be a delight to pass on for generations to come.

Her Felted Wool Jacket with Lace Cut-Outs will be an heirloom which is a blessing to any little girl. The detail she has put into the lace cut outs is attractive - I can picture her intense concentration as she traced out and trimmed each and every detail.

This Felted Wool Jacket would add a touch of sweetness to any spring dress...picture your little girl dancing around daffodils or attending a special occasion in this jacket. With it being wool, she will feel warm and cozy since wool helps maintain body temperature.

To debunk a myth - all wool is not itchy or scratchy. While some wool can be irritating (specifically Mountain or Shetland Wool), the beauty of Karen's jacket is she used Merino wool, which is one of the finest wools available. Karen has taken the time to felt this jacket, prior to construction, which will only add to the value of the jacket...felted wool is prized for it's softness, as well as it's ability to absorb water - up to 30% of it's weight, making it a great garment for dreary spring days.To debunk a myth - *all* wool is not itchy or scratchy.

You can find this heirloom jacket, along with many of Karen's other creations here on 1000Markets at One Girl Circus .


Momma Moose

Monday, April 20, 2009

How to wash cloth diapers

You will eventually establish your own diaper washing routine. Some ladies prefer to rinse once, then send the diapers through a wash cycle. Some prefer to simply put the diapers through the wash cycle.

Be aware that bleach can lessen the life of your items by causing wear and tear on fabrics and elastic, and may cause fading of colors. If you choose to wash in bleach, fill the washer with hot water and ¼ cup of bleach. Once the bleach and hot water have had a chance to mix (the washer is full), add you diapers. DO NOT bleach your PUL (Polyurethane laminate) covers – this will eventually ruin the PUL.

An alternative to bleach is vinegar. Fill a downy ball with white vinegar, and toss it into the washer with the diapers. Using vinegar will help kill some bacteria and will also make your diapers softer. You may notice a slight vinegar smell upon removing the diapers from the washer, but your diapers won't smell of vinegar once they have been dried.

You can dry your diapers either in the dryer or on hung on a line outside. If you choose to line dry them, you can throw them in the dryer for just a few minutes to soften them up a little. Line drying will allow the sun to naturally whiten your covers and help remove stains. Drying your PUL covers in the dryer will not harm them.

DO NOT: Use Borax or Bleach on your PUL covers
DO NOT: Use any fabric softener or fabric sheets – these will put a coating on your diapers which will yield in less absorbtion.
DO NOT: Use ‘normal’ laundry detergent on your diaper items. Many of these contain oils and fabric softeners in them.
PLEASE DO NOT: Wipe off a PUL cover and reuse it on baby…although this may seem practical, it is unsanitary. Feel free to rinse the cover in warm water (if only pee has been on it) and allow it to dry between uses.

Dealing with the nasty stuff (Poop): Using a diaper sprayer is not necessary and can sometimes be an added cost to cloth diapering. If you have a diaper sprayer, use that to spray the poop off your diaper. If you do not have one, and your baby is on solid food, you will need to rinse your cloth diaper to remove the poop. Doing this while the toilet is flushing helps to rinse the poop off, just be careful not to accidentally let the diaper slip into the drain! Breastfed poops require no rinsing. Simply place those diapers in your diaper bucket.

Happy Diapering,

Momma Moose

Friday, April 17, 2009

Custom Order Large Changing Pad

I've been working on a custom order for a lady in California...she wanted something which could be wiped down, and had a little padding to it. We worked together to create her perfect item.

The overall dimensions of the changing pad measure 24" by 30" inches. She chose orange antipill fleece with a layer of cotton batting. For the changing surface, I used Chocolate PUL. Then I topstitched it, giving the pad a nice finished edge. Matching orange snaps hold the changing pad together when it is folded. You can see how large it is by looking at my little Angel laying on it.

This changing pad will be multifunctional for her - it will make a great changing pad, but can also do double duty as a small nap blanket, reducing the number of items in the diaper bag, and making Momma's life a little easier!

If you would like a changing pad like this, feel free to contact me through blogger, or my store, or my Etsy shop, or my 1000Markets shop!

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Custom Made Large Changing Pad

I am making an Custom Order for a fellow Etsian - she placed an alchemy request for a large changing pad, and she graciously accepted my bid out of all the others...here are some details, and when completed, I'll share pictures.

Overall measurements: 24inches by 30 inches
PUL shiny side out (so she can wipe it down).
One layer of Warm and Natural Batting
One layer of Orange Anti pill Fleece

The is a LARGE changing pad, and I think she'll find it more versatile than she realizes- it will double as a lap pad, as well as a small blanket - just enough to cover her little fella in a stroller or car seat for chilly days!


Monday, April 6, 2009

Wool Wraps

Little Moose Diapers Recycled Wool Wraps are made from 100% wool items. This cover has two layers, with the inner being a darker shade of green and the outer being Teal. Lastin is sewn into the legs and across the back, fully enclosed so no elastic touches your little one's skin directly. Aplix 800 is used for closure, yielding a more adjustable fit.

Sizes fit -
Newborn 6-10 pounds
Small 8 to 14 Pounds.
Medium 14-20 Pounds
Large 20-30 Pounds
Extra Large 25-35 Pounds

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Burp Cloths and Flannel Wipes

When I first switched over from disposables to cloth, I was most aggravated by using disposable wipes...and then I thought I had a light bulb moment - why not make cloth wipes - little did I know, I was the only one who saw this light bulb as I soon found that most cloth diapering families already use cloth wipes! Needless to say, Little Moose Diapers' Flannel wipes are made of 2 layers of flannel, while the family wipes are made of a layer of flannel and a THICK layer of white terrycloth.

I soon found the need for some large absorbent burp cloths, since my daughter was known to spit up her entire feeding (or so it seemed). The burp cloths I make are made of one layer of microfiber terry surrounded by adorable flannel prints. The edges have been snipped and leave an frayed appearance, which babies enjoy playing with.

You can find these items and more at www.littlemoosediapers.com

Happy Diapering!
Little Moose Diapers

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Cutting fabrics

I have spent the afternoon cutting diapers out of PUL, and flannel. I am in LOVE with these new colors! I have an assortment - a rainbow if you will, of PUL colors to choose from:
Sky Blue
Lt Lavendar
neon green

They are so pretty!

Off to cut more....Don't forget to visit my store www.littlemoosediapers.com

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Stocked Today

Just added to the store: Longies, Family wipes, Flannel wipes, Fitted Diapers, Burb Cloths...more to come as soon as I get the pictures loaded!

Happy diapering!

Friday, March 27, 2009

New Store

I have uploaded a few items to the new store site...

Little Moose Diapers

Feel free to visit!

I WILL offer a grand opening sale, probably in May!


Thursday, March 26, 2009

Coming Soon...

I have a store site!!!! www.LittleMooseDiapers.com

I CAN'T wait to get it loaded and running!!!


Wednesday, March 25, 2009

How to wash wool

Wool can be used with great success as a diaper cover over prefolds or fitteds.

How to wash your wool Diaper Wraps and Longies

Rinse the wool item in cold water to remove any urine or feces. It is not necessary to wash your wool cover or longies after every use. Although some momma's will wash their wool items every month or more, I recommend washing wool baby items at least every 2 weeks. If there is poop on the cover, you can spot clean it using an olive oil bar soap, or Ivory soap.

1. Fill a sink with warm water, and add a little wool wash (Eucalan No Rinse Woolwash is recommended) Use the amount recommended on the bottle.
2. Soak your covers in the wool wash water mixture for about 30 minutes. Do not agitate it in there. Just let it soak.
3. When time is up, gently squeeze out the excess water, supporting all aspects of the wool item in your hands (don’t let anything dangle).
4. Lay the covers on a flat bath towel and roll them up, pushing down a bit to help get the extra water out.
5. To dry, you may lay them on another dry towel, or line dry them. I have laid my covers over the side of a laundry basket without any distortion in the cover being noted. Be sure the items do not become distorted during drying.
*Washing wool in the washing machine is not reccommened as this can cause felting, which will shrink your diaper cover. Drying in an electric dryer will do the same thing.

Happy Diapering,

Sunday, March 22, 2009

New Flannel

Tomorrow I am going to the Fabric Store to pick out some new flannels....can't wait! These will be used for Fitted Flannel Diapers, as well as some burp cloths, maybe even bibs...can't wait!!!


Wednesday, March 18, 2009

How to wash Cloth Diapers

The following is my method for handling soiled cloth diapers.

Wet ones and wipes go directly into a dry pail which sits on top of my dryer, with no lid on it. You can use a lid if you wish to, but I find the diapers build up an amonia smell if they are left in a closed container.

I wash diapers when the dry pail is full. This can be once a day, or every other day. I never let the diapers go more than 2 days without washing.

Rinse any stool in the toilet, and place your dirty diapers in a dry pail. Should odors build up, sprinkle a little baking soda on top of each diaper you place in the pail.

When it is time to wash the diapers, I fill the washer with cold water, and add about 1/4 cup of bleach - yes, bleach. I know bleach has been rumored to ruin cloth diapers, but I would rather have a ruined diaper than have bacteria growing on my baby's diapers. (If you use cute prints, remember that bleach can fade colors). There is another choice fro killing bacteria in diapers, which I have not tried yet - called BacOut.

Once the washer is full, I add my diapers. Utilize a rinse cycle followed by a regular wash cycle to ensure the diapers come clean. Adding 1/2 cup distilled white vinegar to the fabric softener dispenser or downy ball during the final rinse will help soften your diapers and further prevent odors. Vinegar also has some antibacterial properties. Tumble or line dry.

Do NOT use fabric softener as this will leave a waterproof residue on your diapers, decreasing absorption.

*I have used bleach on my diapers for over a year now, with some of the original PUL covers still in rotation, and have not noticed any breakdown in the covers or diapers*

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Why Little Moose Diapers?

So how did I come up with the name Little Moose Diapers? Let me tell you, it wasn't exactly easy. I fumbled through name after name, much like the princess in Rumplestilskin did....until it just hit me - Little Moose Diapers! Cute, catchy, easy to recall. Not to mention the moose is one of the easiest creatures to make charactures of. After the name received passing approval from the management team - AKA my four children - I knew I was onto something....

But again....why a moose you ask? I also wanted a name that would somehow signify my locale - Maine....and Maine is FULL of Moose (or at least my neck of the woods are).

And so, Little Moose Diapers was born!


Monday, March 16, 2009

I'm on twitter

Now you can follow me on twitter. See the sidebar, scroll down a bit, and there are the updates! Click follow me on twitter and join the crew ok, there's no one there yet).


Incoming Fabrics

Many of my fabrics are on backorder. Here is a list of the fabrics and colors I am expecting in within the next few weeks:

Suedecloth - used as a stay dry liner in overnight pants, diapers, and some Momma pads:

Cotton Velour - can be used in diapers, and also as a feel wet layer in pullups.
kelly green
light blue
light yellow
heather gray
light pink

2 mil Polyurethane Laminate -a waterproof outer fabric for diapers
sky blue
lt lavendar
neon green


Sunday, March 15, 2009

Organic Bamboo Cotton Diaper Inserts

Today I completed a custom order of inserts for pullups. I made 2 Organic Bamboo Cotton Inserts for use with the Sham Pocket Trainers.

I am a firm believer in being a good Steward of the Earth which God has provided us to abide in. Although I am not head over heals about being green, I strive for our family to do so in as many ways as possible, and for us, cloth diapering is one of the best ways to do so.

Little Moose Diapers' Organic Bamboo/Cotton/Poly Blend (70/28/2) inserts are made of three layers, measuring either 12 x 12 inches or 9x12 inches. They will work great in pocket diapers, trainers, laid under baby with a cover, or as boosters for overnight.


Bamboo has been touted as having antibacterial characteristics. It is a fast growing plant, which makes it a more earth friendly fabric. Bamboo is is very absorbent, and has antibacterial properties. Bamboo also won’t retain odors after washings, and it will remain soft after multiple washings.


Saturday, March 14, 2009


I have received the Microfiber inserts I ordered, and I am SO impressed with them. I tested them by pouring water over them, to see how much they could soak up - one of these fellas can hold 1 and 1/2 cups of water! The only drawback with using Microfiber, is that there can be a 'squish factor'. When fully saturated and compressed, the Microfiber doesn't hold the liquids in. This is why it is important to also use a layer of cotton, bamboo, or hemp around the Microfiber.

I will be working on adding layers to these Microfiber inserts and listing them in the shop soon. I'm thinking I'll use someof that cute flannel I purchased a while back.

The Microfiber inserts will work great tucked inside trainers or pocket items (diapers, trainers, pullups).

A word of caution - it is rumored that microfiber is so absorpant it should not be used next to the baby's skin, as it can leave irritations. It is perfectly safe for use in pockets, or when layered within another fabric.


Thursday, March 12, 2009

The History behind Little Moose Diapers

I came to cloth diapers out of a desire to be more wise with the family's finances. I had wanted to cloth diaper for some time, but my sitter pretty much refused to wash a cloth diaper, and the thought of part time cloth diapering honestly never ocurred to me.

Then in 2006, our third child was born, and my husband and I took a leap of faith We trusted God solely and I quit working as a Travel Nurse (RN). We used my last 2 paychecks to pay our bills as far ahead as we could. Then, when our income tax refund came in, we put all that we could towards paying our bills for the next few months. At the time, my husband was a full time college student, on track to graduating in May of 2007. With her being born in December this left us living off his work study pay for about 5 months. God was good, and we had enough money to buy our groceries, and diapers and pull ups for the children. May came, and he graduated, and the Lord blessed him with a full time job.

It wasn't until late summer of 2007 when I began to look for ways of lowering our expenses. I looked at buying some brand name cloth diapers, but was astounded at the price of some of them. I started to look into sewing my own cloth diapers. My family and friends have been amazed at how well they work, and how different cloth diapers are now, as opposed to say 20 years ago.

I then began selling my cloth diaper items as a means of bringing in a little extra money while supplying other families with quality made cloth diapers at a lower cost. I began selling wool covers and longies on Ebay and Etsy. I opened a store www.mommah.etsy.com, which is still open and stocked with a few diapers and bibs along with lots of longies. Recently, I opened a new store, www.littlemoosediapers.etsy.com.

Little Moose Diapers is slowly being stocked with All In Ones, Pullups, Training pants, Absorbant Inserts, Diaper covers, Fitted Diapers, and more. I plan to offer Big Kid Overnight pants, for the big kid who wets the bed, or for the special needs children out there.

Thanks for stopping by!