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Drop the Disposables, Part4

Brandy's daughter, Willow(Editor's note from Anna --- the sanitary pad article yesterday was by Brandy too, of course.  I just put my name on it accidentally!)

Tell folks you use cloth diapers and immediately get looks of surprise, horror and disgust.  Yes, I use cloth, but these are not your mother's diapers.  They're much more absorbent, especially for night-time --- the only leaks I've had have been from disposables.  There's nothing creepier in the morning than pulling off a diaper heavy with the cellulose gel that disposables are filled with.  Cloth diapers can easily pay for themselves in a year or less, depending on the type you use, and there are few things more gratifying than knowing you will
never run out. 

Everything you ever needed to know about diapers....



This post is part of our Drop the Disposables lunchtime series.  Read all of the entries:





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