Why Cloth Diapering is Better

by Andrea C
(Blue Ridge Summit, PA, USA)

Every mom has an opinion on why cloth diapering is better or not. Here is my story. My daughter was born 7 weeks early and when my milk dried up at 2 months, I wanted to do whatever was best for her (saving money was a goal as well), so I decided to try cloth.

9 months later we're still going strong and finding reason after reason why clothing is better in my opinion. For instance she's never had the same awful rash she used to get from the few times that I used disposables. I wish everyone would try cloth diapers for just 2 weeks to see why cloth diapering is better all the way round! Not only do you save money and save the environment for our children's children's children, you also are saving your little ones from an increased risk of reproductive cancers. Knowing all that why would any mom NOT be willing to at least TRY cloth?

From the Webmaster:
Andrea, you have made an excellent case for using cloth vs disposables. Another good reason to give cloth diapers a shot are great free cloth diaper samples like this one!

After writing such an excellent testimony on why cloth diapering is better, I'm sorry to see that you did not include your contact information. I hope that you return to Unique Baby Nursery Themes, Decorations and Decorating Ideas before the deadline to submit your email address.

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