Many parents have heard about the benefits of cloth diapers... they are less irritating to your baby’s skin, less harmful to the environment and more cost-effective. However, there is one major deterrent...having to wash them! Here are 5 tips to make the job easier!
To many parents, cloth diapers seem like a money saving option. After all, once you use disposable diapers, you throw them out, and they’re gone while a cloth diaper can be reused, saving you on the expense of having to buy new ones. But if you do the math, you may find that the amount you will end up saving with cloth diapers surprising.
It can be heartbreaking for parents when they see angry red sores on their baby’s sensitive skin. Many mothers and fathers have experienced that feeling of not knowing what they can do to make their children feel more comfortable. Learn more about what you can do to heal rashes with cloth diapered babies.
Once upon a time there was a young woman who was monetarily slender (ahembrokeahem) and pregnant, and she was also very Earth-concious and wanted to make the best choice when it came to diapering her soon-to-be bundle of joy.