cloth diapering

A new baby is on the way or has just been born, and sooner or later arises the inevitable question whether you want to use sposies or cloth diapers on your baby’s bum. 

But wait- is this really a conscious decision? Or isn’t this rather a question that does not even come up? People more often than not use sposies not because of an educated decision, but because that’s what is “normal”, it’s what everybody does? After all, do most people you know even have a second thought about throwing a diaper away after it’s been used?

No – most parents are not aware that using cloth is even an option. What’s more, most people give you that astonished look when they first hear about cloth diapering in the 21st century… Probably that’s because they immediately think about that horrid flour sack towel/fixing-pin combo 1920 style.
But… this is cloth nappy age 2.0: Today’s nappies are incredibly cute, they are easy to use, and, in contrast to what our parents and grand-parents have in mind when thinking about cloth diapers, we can now rely on washing machines to do all the work for us.

Add to this the fact that cloth is much better on baby’s skin, there are no longer any major reasons to not give it a try, even if it’s just for part-time. So yes, if there is something revolting inside of you at the idea of wrapping your baby in plastic 24/7, if you plan on avoiding unnecessary waste and money, or if you have any other reason to question disposable diapers, then there are high chances you’ll appreciate cloth diapering!

Going for cloth is a conscious decision one can take for various motives: And yet, it is not always simple to get the feel of things right from the beginning. To be honest, there is a huge variety of brands and nappy types out there, but this should not discourage you!

If you feel like you don’t know where to start and would like to have someone help you getting acquainted with all you need to know for a successful cloth diapering journey, you have the possibility to opt for a cloth nappy consultation.

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