The endless debate rages on: should you buy cloth or disposable diapers? Of course some will choose base on personal preference. Others may wish to focus on cost effectiveness and 'greener' option. The answer may surprise you.
Cloth diapers have come a long way over the last few years and most of the styles are as easy to use as their disposable counterpart. Here's a look at the different options:
Potty training is something that every child will encounter. When cloth diapering the transition to regular underwear is a bit more natural.
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The largest and most objective study to date was carried out by the Environment Agency, the public body responsible for protecting the environment in England and Wales. The panel compared disposable diapers to home-laundered cloth diapers and commercially laundered cotton diapers in terms of impact on the environment.
Weeks 33-36 of your pregnancy is a good time to plan for some special needs and concerns that will be important after your baby is born. The following items will be necessary and/or convenient for the everyday care of your baby: