Cloth Diapers

Why Organic When it Comes to Cloth Diapers?

Organic cotton is grown without the use of pesticides. When cotton is grown organically, the food or fiber is grown without the use of toxic chemicals and pesticides unlike conventional farming. The process of growing things organically allows the soil to also be replenished. It is better for our earth,

wildlife and children. Children are not exposed to the harmful chemicals and pesticides in organic cotton and it is much healthier for them.

Cloth diapers are easier than you think. Gone are the days of flat diaper, saftey pins, and plastic pants and here come the NEW cloth-material diapers with soft velvety materials, velcro, snaps, and super soaker absorbency. These diapers have become so mom friendly that you just don't have anymore excuses... you need to try them today.

Why use cloth diapers?

Here a many of reasons to switch.

  • Babies are healthier in cloth.
  • Disposable diapers contain many chemicals that may be harmful to your baby.
  • Disposable diapers are very expensive.
  • Disposable diapers become very expensive over time.
  • Disposable diapers can only be used once and tossed out.
  • They can not be used from one child to the next.
  • Disposable diapers are really bad for our environment.
  • Single use disposable diapers end up in our landfills and contribute to more pollution of our environment.
  • Your baby will have fewer tendencies for diaper rash in cloth.
  • Cloth are more breathable and contain no perfumes.
  • Babies tend to potty train sooner. (Because babies feel the wetness next to their skin, babies learn to potty train much sooner.)
  • Babies are comfier.
  • Soft cotton next to a baby’s tender skin is much more comfy than plastic.
  • No need to run to the store for disposable diapers.
  • You never run out of your supply at home.
  • Babies look adorable!


    What is Hemp Fabric

    Hemp fabric is naturally anti-microbial. This means babies diapered in hemp will be protected naturally from bacteria, mold, mildew and fungus and that could mean less diaper rash! Also, due to the porous nature of the fiber, hemp is more absorbent than cotton and can breathe, so it's cool in summer and warm in winter. This means comfort! Hemp has been found to have 8 times the tensile strength and 4 times the durability of cotton, so diapers made from hemp will last longer and stand up to rougher use than cotton.

    Why Hemp?

    Hemp fabric is wonderful!

    Hemp is actually a weed and therefore is grown without the use of pesticides and herbicides. It also wonderful for our environment! Because hemp is more porous, it is more absorbent and durable than cotton. It is more breathable and is naturally anti-microbial. Hemp is also a natural insulator. It is warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Hemp also wears in and does not wear out! It actually gets softer with every washing (like the old blue jeans - which were made from hemp years ago) It is also completely biodegradable. Hemp is truly an amazing fabric! I found that the

    Swaddlebees Baby Line offers a great and wide selection of products. Swaddlebees are adding quality products everyday. Swaddlebees offer hemp diapers, pocket diapers, fitted diapers, diaper covers, and diaper accessories. You will also find organic cotton terry and organic cotton velour in the line.

    Another testominal from one of my readers:

    After trying nearly every diaper out there, I'm happy to say that my baby is a Swaddlebees girl! These are our go-to daytime diaper. I switched from disposables at 12 months and found her clothes didn't fit well over most cloth diapers. I'm so glad I found these! I love the cotton velour. It's gotten softer in the wash and it doesn't feel cold and clammy when it's soaked like some natural fibers can.

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    Here are Some Myths about Cloth Diapers

    When a parent considers using cloth they inevitably must wade through the mass of misinformation. No doubt these inexperienced parents hear that cloth are unsanitary, that they perpetuate unpleasant odors, leak profusely, and require a lot of back breaking work.

    These parents though, can take comfort in the fact that these are all myths about cloth diapers. You can get the facts here:

    Myth #1 - Expensive

    It is estimated that using disposable diapers can cost you between two and three thousand dollars per child, from birth to potty training. That is an astounding amount of money to spend on what is essentially garbage. Cloth diapers, however, are much cheaper in the long run, even if the initial investment is more. It is entirely possible to diapered a child for 3 years for $100-300 dollars. These diapers will likely last for one or more subsequent children as well. Do the math, the numbers don't lie.

    Myth #2 - Smell

    Cloth diapers do not smell any more then a disposable diaper does. The smell that emanates from a cloth diaper thrown in a diaper pail can not be more offensive then a soiled disposable diaper thrown in a garbage can. Innovative new diaper pails and odor controlling accoutrements in a variety of sweet smelling fragrances have eliminated this problem entirely. Odors are also held at bay by using a dry pail method for storing soiled diapers, where diapers are not left to sit in stagnant and possibly malodorous water. With these new advances, there are no reasons why cloth diapers need to "smell".

    Myth #3 - Are Hard to Care For

    Many parents have adopted a dry pail method of storage. This means that they simply remove a soiled diaper, dispose of any solid waste by dumping it in the toilet, and then toss the diaper in a diaper pail until laundry day. While some cloth diaper users may still rinse diapers in a toilet or sink before putting them in the pail. Here a testominal from one of my readers:

    Before our baby was born, my husband and I decided to go with cloth diapers, because they are environmentally friendly. All our friends and family told us we were crazy. At first I thought that it would be much more work then using disposable diapers. Now I know that our generation was simply brainwashed by companies making disposable diapers. Its easy, and love that I can change diapers as often as my baby needs not thinking about cost. Now we can't imagine using disposable diapers for our son. Our son has never had diaper rash, and we love that his delicate skin touches soft cotton instead of "cheap" plastic. Cloth diapers adsorb so well, that sometimes I am not sure if it is wet or not!



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