Do you ever look back on your parenting and the choices you made and wish you could change them? I do. While I believe I’m a good parent there are choices I made when my daughter was younger that I wish I would have done differently; one of those choices would have been my choice in diapering. I hopped on the “green” ban wagon a little late in the game. I wasn’t knowledgeable enough of about the options available to me at the time. While I chose “green” bath products for my daughter I opted for disposable diapers and regret that decision. I regret that decision for several reasons. It would have been more environmentally friendly,and healthier for my daughter had I used cloth diapers but I was still half way on the wagon at that point in time.
I have spent time researching options and now and more knowledgeable in my life choices. There are great resources available to parents, such as the online shopping option, BetterClothDiapers.com. Better Cloth Diapers specializes in cloth diapers, breast pumps and baby care products. All products on BetterClothDiapers.com have been carefully pre-screened and evaluated by a healthcare professional specializing in childbirth, obstetrics and lactation. According to BetterClothDiapers.com, they strive to promote family health and happiness by providing healthy and environmentally friendly options as well as high quality parenting information and resources. The site is continually adding new organic and Made in the USA products.
BetterClothDiapers.com is an authorized retailer for Tiny Tush, a cloth diaper that I was lucky enough to review. Since I no longer have a child in diapers I called on a friend. My friend has used cloth diapers for over three years so I consider her a pro in the diaper business. My girl friend does not use the Tiny Tush brand so I was curious to see how she compared the product she has been using to Tiny Tush.
Better Cloth Diapers sent me an adorable red, white and blue cloth diaper which my friend thought was cute too. That’s a thumbs up already since we all know that we want are babe’s to look adorable. Not only was the diaper adorable but she liked the fact that the diaper didn’t leak, the snaps were durable, the diaper was a one-size fit diaper, the product came with two liners, was durable, and eco-friendly. My friend has never used Tiny Tush but gave it her motherly stamp of approval.
Tiny Tush diapers are easy to launder, simply wash the diaper for a normal or extended cycle using the pre-wash setting and dry on normal heat. Tiny Tush diapers are eco-friendly, adorable, cost effective and a healthier option for your family and baby. For more information you can check out BetterClothDiapers.com
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