As someone that isn't a parent I may seem like a weird cloth diaper advocate but over the last several years of being an environmental blogger/activist I have an increasing number of parents ask me about green parenting. This has led me to learn a lot about cloth diapers, breast feeding, homemade baby food, green school supplies, healthy toys, etc...
|Since I don't have kids my bear models the cloth diapers.|
This is a FuzziBunz diaper.
I was joking the other day with my mom that I likely know more about cloth diapers than a lot of parents. I have learned all about prefolds, pocket diapers, all-in-ones, one size diapers, wing droop, hip snaps, snappies, and all that good stuff. I feel this is very important so I can answer my readers questions about these issues.
Also I believe cloth diapers have a bad reputation for being bulky, ugly, and gross. They really aren't. They have changed so much over the last several years and now are really quite cute and easy to use. I plan to bring my cloth diaper stash to green events to show parents what new cloth diapers are all about.
|My bear sporting an Itti Bitti Tutto diaper.|
Since I'm not a parent I need feedback from parents on cloth diapers. I have set up a survey about cloth diapers for parents to fill out. Click here to fill it out. It's both for parents that have used cloth diapers and those who didn't. Let me know what you think about cloth diapers.
Also feel free to share your stash below, thoughts on cloth diapers, blogs about cloth diapering, etc.