Get a Clue About Games and Cloth Diapers
- What: Most popular posts
- When: June 2020
- Why: See what other people read
- Where: At home
This month’s favorites ranged from keeping older kids entertained to keeping diapers on infants. Read on for more about each of this month’s most popular posts.
Clue Junior: This classic game comes in an easier format for kids. Players move color-coded figures around the board to collect information. The simple black and white pictures on the clue sheet make it simple for readers and non-readers alike to play. Participants race to solve the mystery of who ate the cake, with what drink, at what time.
Football Peg Game: Recreate the grid iron with this simple peg game. A roll of the dice determines each play, as contestants try to score and win. This compact game fits well into bags for traveling, though the small pieces can be tricky to keep up with on the go.
Velcro vs. Snaps: If you’re new to cloth diapering, or even looking to expand your collection, get the lowdown on the fastener debate here. Both Velcro and snaps offer advantages and drawbacks, and only you know what will work best for you and your baby.