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Cloth diapers have come a long way from the big squares of cloth, pins, and plastic pants of your grandmother’s generation. Now they are easy to use and comfortable for babies. Every order comes with our Free Cloth Diaper E-Book and continued customer support to make cloth diapering simple and take out any guess work when it comes to washing, wearing and troubleshooting any hiccups along the way. Each and every one of our customers are helping to create the change in reducing disposable diaper waste.


Transparent pricing – Your dollar, your decision.

When your dollar is your vote, we believe customers have a right to know how much their products cost to make. We share the true costs behind every diaper—from materials to labor to shipping to your door to help you to make the best decision about how you spend your dollar.



Eco-friendly – Designed with the earth in mind - made well, made to last.

We design our diapers to stand the test of time. We pour a lot of energy into sourcing quality materials from quality suppliers so that you can use our diapers for years, from child to child. Our design of fully adjustable snaps will cover your baby all the way to potty-training. When you compare the impact on the environment of a handful of reusable cloth diapers to the staggering amount of raw materials involved in manufacturing 6000+ disposable diapers from birth to potty-training and the overwhelming amount of trash & plastic and other chemicals that will sit in a landfill for 500+ years, cloth diapers are the clear winner of the sustainability contest.


Cost-effective - It makes “cents”.

The cost of cloth diapers is significantly lower than the cost of disposables. Diapering a child in generic disposables typically costs more than $1,400 over 2.5 years compared to a full time cloth diapering system that can cost as little as $300. The cost of cloth diapers comes upfront, when building up supply, but it relieves the recurrent stress over budgeting for disposable products on a regular basis.


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