Did you know your baby will go through approximately 7,000 diaper changes before they potty train?
This Letter Is Especially Important For All Parents That Are Considering Cloth Diapers
Don’t spend another minute trying to decide what diaper style to invest in or how to wash cloth diapers. I want to chat with you first!
From the orderly-chaotic household with seven kids, mom , Megan Alfaro:
You figured you could watch some YouTube videos, read some blog articles and grab some cloth diapers from FB Marketplace or Amazon and be on your way to successfully cloth diapering...
What problem ensues? Those FB Marketplace diapers aren’t working the way you thought they would after all of your research, you have constant leaking with the Amazon diapers, washing the diapers is just as complicated as you feared it would be and now you’re questioning if this is all really worth it in the end.
I was standing where you are - 15 years ago!
I was researching cloth diapers in 2007 but there was a lack of information (now there is an abundance of information). I struggled to understand how the diapers worked and what would be a sustainable option for my family. Maybe you feel the same way?
•Maybe you don’t have time to invest into “all the necessary research”
•Maybe someone gave you a bunch of their old diapers and you aren’t sure what to do next
•Perhaps you are ready to buy some cloth diapers but you’re worried about wasting your money on something you won’t stick with
I ended up buying some cloth diapers off ebay back in 2007 in order to save money (that was the whole reason I was cloth diapering anyways!)
Little did I know, but those ebay diapers were cheap knock-offs of an actual cloth diaper brand. They worked ok for a while, but had I not discovered there was a better way, I may have walked away from modern cloth diapering all together.
I soon discovered an entire world of buying and selling used cloth diapers and was able to try several different kinds. With more and more experience, I started to be able to tell what diapers were actually a good deal and which ones weren’t (spoiler alert, not all used diapers are going to work well).
And let me tell you, I’ve had a lot of experience with cloth diapers since 2007!
I cloth diapered my first son with basic (prefold) cloth diapers in 2006. Then I cloth diapered the rest of my kids with modern cloth diapers starting with my second son in 2007, my third son in 2009, my fourth son in 2012, my daughter in 2013, my fifth son in 2016 and now I’m currently cloth diapering my sixth son who was born in 2019!
Did you count that right - seven kids! I’ve cloth diapered all of them.
Now I’m here to break cloth diapering down for you and make it really simple.
•Imagine if you could successfully cloth diaper full time with ease.
•Imagine how much money you would save!
•What if you didn’t have to worry about running to the store for diapers at the last minute?
Back in 2007, I knew there were other parents considering cloth diapers and running into the same issues as me - lack of availability of information and lack of products. That’s when I decided to pursue the idea of teaching others about cloth diapers. In 2008, with $250 cash, I invested in some diapers from a small work-at-home mom brand and a rubbermaid tote to haul them around in. I’d meet with inquiring parents in their homes and teach them about the diapers, how to use them, wash them, and the accessories they’d need.
Fast forward to 2022 and I’m still offering the same information, but to a larger audience, beyond my local doorstep. I now own and operate a brick and mortar store, Colorado Baby, which is dedicated to helping "moms become who they aspire to be" through sustainable products, educational support around those products, and providing a local and online community to connect with.
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