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Let us help you learn the cloth diaper terms and abbreviations. We have guides on how to cloth diaper including a checklist of all the items you'll need to get started cloth diapering. Learn more about cloth diaper care and washing instructions.

You'll earn reward points for every dollar you spend at Kelly's Closet. Save your reward points and redeem them for gift certificates to spend on cloth diapers, baby carriers, or other items for your baby.

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Winter Sale

In addition to our large selection of cloth diapers we also have cloth diaper laundry detergents, safe teething toys, silicone teething jewelry, and baltic amber teething jewelry. Many of our customers wear their babies with soft-structured baby carriers or wraps. We have natural skin care, body wash, lotions, and sunscreens safe for use for the entire family. Once your baby is ready to graduate from cloth diapers we have reusable cloth training pants, potty seats, and stepstools.

We carry a full line of eco-friendly menstrual care products including reusable menstrual cups from Diva Cup and Lunette. Try Pink Daisy reusable cloth menstrual pads. Need care for sore, cracked, or leaky boobs? Find natural nipple balm, reusable cloth nursing pads, and chic nursing covers in our breastfeeding care section.

Cloth diapers save your family money. You can cloth diaper for as little as $50-100 with our budget friendly cloth diapers. Cloth diapers are eco-friendly and can be reused for multiple children. Cloth diapers can even be resold once your child is potty trained saving you even more money. Swaddle your baby in natural fibers like organic cotton, bamboo, and hemp. Cloth diapers are gentle on your baby's sensitive skin and are free of artificial chemical & toxins.

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