Saturday, May 8, 2010


I love the look and feel of cloth diapers on a little new born baby. There is something so right about having that soft cotton feel on your itty bitty babies bum. When you hear the words "cloth diapers" most minds go directly to Grandma using the good old prefolds and pins, But Cloth is not what it used to be. They can be as fashionable as a Gucci bag or as plain as a prefold. Cloth can save you money, Unwanted diaper rashes and blowouts, and a cleaner future for your kids.

"Disposables. For these calculations, let's assume that a family needs about 60 diapers a week. In the San Francisco Bay area, disposable diapers cost roughly 23¢ per store-brand diaper and 28¢ for name-brand. This averages to 25.5¢ per diaper. Thus the average child will cost about $1,600 to diaper for two years in disposable diapers, or about $66 a month."

"No one knows how long it takes for a disposable diaper to decompose, but it is estimated to be about 250-500 years, long after your children, grandchildren and great, great, great grandchildren will be gone."

Cloth can be easy, with All in One (no cover needed) diapers and a sprayer hooked to the back of your toilet for easy rinsing. Changing and washing can be convenient and even enjoyable, after all these diapers are much cuter than the your paper Pampers.

But where do you find these cute diapers diapers? My favorite place to browse for cute cloth is They have a great variety of shops where moms just like you and I work hard to stay home with there little ones.

There is a large variety of different kinds of cloth diapers to choose from. IF you have never given cloth much thought why not take the time to investigate this healthier and much cuter option for your little one.

some links with great info and shopping are below:

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