Volunteering with The Rebecca Foundation I have the pleasure of seeing a variety of brands, prints and types. Recently I was introduced to Nora’s Nursery with the little one still in cloth diapers I had the opportunity to test this brand out and include them in my chapters inventory.
If you’ve hung around cloth diaper websites for a while, you’ve seen the occasional blog post or toolkit on how to be a cloth diaper advocate. Teach people how modern cloth diapers work, dispel myths, etc. For The Rebecca Foundation and other diaper banks that provide cloth, cloth diaper advocacy is about education and awareness […]
When we switched to cloth diapers, we went for the most straightforward systems possible. Lots of all-in-ones and all-in-twos, as close to disposable as possible. I had a strong aversion to the idea of folding diapers and using pins. Sometime around 18 months, my daughter started taking her diapers off faster than an actor doing […]
The Rebecca Foundation is opening Bend’s first diaper bank in 2018. Diaper need in the United States affects 1 in 3 families, especially so in Central Oregon. Diaper need in the United States affects 1 in 3 families, especially so in Central Oregon. Many families will have to choose between either purchasing diapers or food.
Working Families Can Cloth Diaper Too! One of the big myths about cloth diapering is that it is too time-consuming for regular working families. Cloth diapering is for any family that chooses to do it – whether one or both parents stay home, or both parents work outside of the home. I wanted to share […]