Why Cloth Diapers?


Save Money


  • The average family spends between $1900-$2800 diapering their child. Cloth diapering costs between $300-$1200 saving you from $700-$2500 per child. 

  • Your savings will only multiplied if you have more children as our quality diapers will not wear out with one child but can be used for years to come as your family grows.

Healthy Baby

  • Since unbleached cotton is the most natural fabric, no chemicals, bleach or synthetic materials are present that can irritate the skin.

  • Cloth diapers are natural and do not cause heat against baby’s skin.

  • The breathable cotton used in our cloth diapers is excellent at preventing diaper rash because it allows for increased airflow inside the diaper which helps prevent diaper rash and keeps your baby cooler.

  • With all natural materials, only soft cotton sits against your baby’s delicate skin reducing the chances of diaper rash.

  • Infants who use cloth diapers potty learn an average of 1 year before children who use disposables.

  • When you consider the absorbency of cloth, it will absorb less than paper diapers is actually a good thing! Wait....why is this good?  Cloth diapers generally start to feel damp after an average of 3-4 hours of wear, cueing your baby that they have wet their diaper. This will transition them to the potty much quicker.

Happy earth

  • To manufacture a cloth diaper takes minimal resources.

  • By using cloth diapers, you are making a conscious choice to save our landfills from unnecessary waste. The average baby using disposable diapers adds between 3000-5000 diapers over their diapering life, and these diapers take over 500 years to decompose. 

  • Cloth diapering products can be used until their diapering life is over then made into rags, and will eventually decompose and return to the earth.

  • Additionally, cloth diapers release solid waste where it belongs – into the sewage system where it is treated with other household waste water.