**keep chemicals away from baby and out of landfills
**create less garbage (about 25 billion disposable diapers end up in landfills each year)
**save you and your family money (approximately $2,500 per year is spent to diaper a baby in disposables - you can spend around $200 for enough cloth diapers to diaper your child from birth to potty training...AND you can re-use those same diapers for subsequent children)
Would you like to learn more about the different types of cloth diapers on the market today?
Are you interested in finding out how cloth diapers are washed and cared for?
Click on the image below for a link that will be very helpful - and if you'd like to ask questions, let me know. Once you figure out the system that works for you, you'll fall in love with cloth diapers and the benefit to you, your family, your infant, and the environment!
|Imagine Baby Products|
I used cloth diapers in 1980 for.my son, I was a stay at home mom and he got too many yeast infections, the Doctor told me to switch.ReplyDelete
Did he get yeast infections using cloth diapers? I doubt that. Unless you wash it properly and dry it under the sun there is no chance of getting any issue. Cloth diapers are always better than disposable diapers.Delete