Adventures of a Free-From Clothbum Mum!

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Real Nappy Week 2014: Why Cloth Nappies?

on April 29, 2014

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Well, it’s the end of the second day of Real Nappy Week 2014.
I hope those of you who are out bargain hunting are having a great time and those of you that are out to find out more information about cloth nappies are finding all the information and advice that you need.

The cloth nappy community are a fabulous bunch – all you have to do is join one of the many groups, be it via Facebook or through sites like Cloth Nappy Tree to get lots of advice and support.

For those of you who are new to the cloth nappy world and are wondering if, maybe, cloth is really for you then, firstly HELLOOOOOO! WELCOME! And, most importantly – how utterly BRILLIANT of you to be considering cloth nappies.

Cloth, for me personally, has been one of the best parenting choices that myself and my hubby have made so far. We have found them to be an immensely easy, practical and relatively cheap way to nappy our son and now that he is pretty much completely toilet trained, we’re really missing that cute fluffy bottom!

Not only are cloth nappies so much more economical , eco-friendly and effortless , they are also immensely cute!

Over the next few days, I’ll be blogging more about why cloth is so fantastic and give you some more links back to previous posts I’ve written to help you along with your cloth journey through to toddlerhood.

Have a good look around all the manufacturer’s websites and, whilst you’re at it, why not get involved with the Great British Nappy Hunt or Reusable Pursuit (plus the Passport Pursuit that can link you up to your local cloth nappy library).

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