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One-size diapers for families with multiple babies

Posted by Bryana on 5/18/2007 to Cloth Diapering Multiples

Any time there are multiple babies and/or toddlers in a home still in diapers, the budget has to expand to keep those kids' bums covered (pun intended *wink*). One thing you do not see in the disposable diaper market, but is a steadily growing style of cloth diaper is one-size cloth diapers. One-size cloth diapers are an economical approach to cloth diapering multiple children of varying ages and sizes.

Be a part of the Real Diaper Giveaway!

Posted by Bryana on 5/8/2007 to Cloth Diaper News

Seattle proposal to tax disposables is a good step in reducing waste

Posted by Bryana on 5/4/2007 to Cloth Diaper News

In one of my posts back in March I asked the question, "Are you trading trash for your personal convenience?" I wrote:

"There are battles after battles for where to place the newest landfills. No one wants them in their backyard - who can blame them - but it doesnt stop their usage of them. I take issue with that. If you are a mass contributor to the mess - then at least carry the responsibility."

Out with the old, in with the new

Posted by Bryana on 5/2/2007 to Getting Started

Let's talk about the modernization of cloth diapers, shall we? We all know that cloth diapers have been around for quite some time - ask your grandmother, she'll know, but to say that today's diapers have not advanced would be a falsehood. Yes, you can get the same ol' single-layer, flat squares. And if you're really hankering for it, you can even secure them with metal diaper pins and use waterproof plastic pull-on pants to keep the moisture in. BUT? You don't have to. Nope ... diapers have moved into the new millenium.

Disposable diapers are for SINGLE USE only

Posted by Bryana on 5/1/2007 to Cloth vs. Disposables

Use a cloth diaper again and again. By definition, disposable diapers are single use items. The debate rages on and on whether or not disposable diapers are more environmentally sound than cloth diapers, but for the life of me I can't figure out why.

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