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Old July 9th 06, 04:57 AM posted to misc.kids.breastfeeding
oregonchick
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EEGADS! Formula poop stinks! Emily is 7 months now, and we have run out of
our frozen breastmilk so have transitioned over to formula. She is also
enjoying many solids as well. Almost instantly, the smell became so
overwhelmingly stinky it was a shock. Now I am wondering the best way to
dispose of the diapers... Before, if they sat for a day or two in the
garbage, it was not noticeable, but now it requires immediate action! Any
suggestions?


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Old July 9th 06, 08:38 AM posted to misc.kids.breastfeeding
stasya
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oregonchick wrote:
EEGADS! Formula poop stinks! Emily is 7 months now, and we have run out of
our frozen breastmilk so have transitioned over to formula. She is also
enjoying many solids as well. Almost instantly, the smell became so
overwhelmingly stinky it was a shock. Now I am wondering the best way to
dispose of the diapers... Before, if they sat for a day or two in the
garbage, it was not noticeable, but now it requires immediate action! Any
suggestions?


My dh did this from day one with our first baby, and that was take the
diaper directly out to the garbage in the garage. That was down two
sets of stairs yet. I live in a different house now, and with my third
who's now 6 months old, I still take even just the wet diapers and toss
them in the can outside the back door. I live in a much much smaller
house so that's ok. Thanks for reminding me...I must stick with the
breastfeeding for longer. I'm trying for 9 months this time. With my
first, I stuck to it for 8 months, the second lasted until barely 6
months. Not-stinky poo is good motivation!

Stasya

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Old July 9th 06, 09:52 AM posted to misc.kids.breastfeeding
Irrational Number
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oregonchick wrote:

EEGADS! Formula poop stinks! Emily is 7 months now, and we have run out of
our frozen breastmilk so have transitioned over to formula. She is also
enjoying many solids as well. Almost instantly, the smell became so
overwhelmingly stinky it was a shock. Now I am wondering the best way to
dispose of the diapers... Before, if they sat for a day or two in the
garbage, it was not noticeable, but now it requires immediate action! Any
suggestions?


I take individual poopy diapers to the outside
trash bin after changing. Only pee diapers
stay inside the house.

-- Anita --
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Old July 9th 06, 06:54 PM posted to misc.kids.breastfeeding
Anne Rogers
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Default I miss breastmilk poo!

cloth nappies, catch the poo in a liner and flush directly down the toilet,
seriously, consider it, we never have a smell, we have a nappy bucket with a
lid which keeps in any wee odours and there is no poo left around to stink.

actually down the toilet is the only licensed place to dispose of human
solid waste, you generally get away with nappies in your domestic waste, but
daycare centres and the like have to arrange for specific collection of
nappies.

Anne


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Old July 9th 06, 07:55 PM posted to misc.kids.breastfeeding
Jess
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"oregonchick" wrote in message
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EEGADS! Formula poop stinks! Emily is 7 months now, and we have run out
of our frozen breastmilk so have transitioned over to formula. She is
also enjoying many solids as well. Almost instantly, the smell became so
overwhelmingly stinky it was a shock. Now I am wondering the best way to
dispose of the diapers... Before, if they sat for a day or two in the
garbage, it was not noticeable, but now it requires immediate action! Any
suggestions?


Keep the plastic bags from when you go shopping, and invest in a stick-um
air freshener for the trashcan.

And a gas mask. It only gets worse, trust me.

Jess


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Old July 14th 06, 11:43 PM posted to misc.kids.breastfeeding
Brookben
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what kind of liners?

I started using cloth recently and would LOVE a liner.

Misti

Anne Rogers wrote:
cloth nappies, catch the poo in a liner and flush directly down the toilet,
seriously, consider it, we never have a smell, we have a nappy bucket with a
lid which keeps in any wee odours and there is no poo left around to stink.

actually down the toilet is the only licensed place to dispose of human
solid waste, you generally get away with nappies in your domestic waste, but
daycare centres and the like have to arrange for specific collection of
nappies.

Anne


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Old July 21st 06, 09:54 AM posted to misc.kids.breastfeeding
Anne Rogers
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"Brookben" wrote in message
oups.com...
what kind of liners?


we use biodegradeable ones that we get from a local organic/fair trade store

I think they are imse vimse

Anne


 




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