In How-Is-This-My-Life news, I am going to be the official Guinness World Records Witness for the Great Cloth Diaper Change in Denver this April 26th!
Bucket list be like…
127. Officially Witness a Guinness World Record check!
One of the first parenting decisions I made before Kendall, my first baby, was born was to use cloth diapers. I blogged at length about it, and what we used with him many years ago.
3 babies in now, and we’re still rocking the cloth diapers… half of the time. I used cloth diapers full time, all the time, every day with Kendall. We even traveled with them.
When Leyna got here, I took disposables with us on trips, and she wore them to daycare.
Now, I’d say it’s a 50/50 split. Because that’s what works for us.
I get a lot of emails and messages from people looking for cloth diaper advice. The truth is, I’m really not an expert. Everything I know, you can find under my Cloth Diapers category on here.
But my friends? I have some cloth diapering ninja bad-ass friends who are full of info! Here are a few of their blogs:
In my experience, cloth diapers have come a long way in the nearly 6 years we’ve been using them. It’s easier than ever to find something that will consistently work for you. We’re big fans of pocket and all-in-one diapers here.
Kanga Care sent me these Rumparooz pocket diapers for Lowell right before he was born, and he’s worn them since he was about a month old.
Clearly they accommodate the chunk quite nicely.
So this is such a wonderful, full-circle moment for me! I am honored and so excited to be a part of the Great Cloth Diaper Change. For those of you wondering just what the heck that is, you can read all about it here and find a location near you.
If you’re in or near the Denver area and want to participate, I would LOVE to see you! You can find more details on the Denver page here. It will be part of the Kanga Care Natural Parenting Expo with sponsor booths and speakers (me!).
And! I’m going to have Lowell with me.
All. Of. That. Squish. will be on my hip (or my boob), and there to help break a World Record!
Can’t make it? Dry your tears with a prefold and enter the Facebook giveaway. There are loads of great prizes up for grabs!