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Friday, March 18, 2011

Cloth Diaper Goodness

GOODNESS: –noun 1. the state or quality of being good. 2. moral excellence; virtue. 3. kindly feeling; kindness; generosity. 4. excellence of quality: goodness of workmanship. 5. the best part of anything; essence; strength. 6. a euphemism for god: Thank goodness!

With just over a month left to fund my photo journalism book project, to help spread the word that cloth diapers are best -- I'd like to take a moment to recognize some other great missions out there also trying to spread the love.  I would love to see these great projects also be in the pages of my book, so that after reading and SEEing why cloth is best, parents will see even more ways to help!

1.  Change 3 Things: Change 3 Things, created by Cotton Babies, is on a mission to help parents commit to changing at least three cloth diapers each day.  The idea is to help parents see that cloth diapers are so much easier than they seem, and to maybe help parents realize not only how much money they can save but the impact they will have!  Even parents with kids in daycare can change just 3 cloth diapers each day -- one or two in the evening, wear one overnight, and another in the morning!  Easy as pie!

2.  The Great Cloth Diaper Change: Coming the April 23, 2011 cloth diaper moms and dads across the nation will be changing their cloth diapers at the same time in order to put cloth diapering in the Guinness Book of World Records!  Not only will the event be the first of its kind in the big book, but it will create lots of media attention everywhere!  I love it!!  Find out how you can participate at a location near you (or even organize your own group!) at:

3.  The Cloth Diaper Foundation, Inc.: This non profit organization is amazing!  Many parents who would love to cloth diaper to save money simply don't because they can't figure out how to manage the upfront cost.  The Cloth Diaper Foundation is dedicated to lending out enough cloth diapers to get any qualifying low income family started for as long as they need them!  Wow!  To learn more, to donate, or to apply, visit

4.  Real Diaper Association: The Real Diaper Association is a non profit organization dedicated to educating parents about cloth diapering!  The organization helps cloth diapering parents and advocates create circles in their area to help promote cloth diapering, and provide gear and learning materials to do so!  I am a proud member of this organization!  Visit them and become a member today at

5.  Cloth Diapers in Hospitals: This is a group of cloth diaper advocates excited to see more hospitals and parents choose to cloth diaper while at the hospital.  They are working with the RDA and trying to raise money with apparel in order to help promote the cause!  Not only would it have an amazing impact if hospitals chose to cloth diaper, but parents would be more aware of the choice from the beginning!  Visit their blog at

6.  Cloth for the Coast: Created by Fuzzibunz, this great program takes your donated used cloth diapers, baby blankets, towels, and burp cloths and is using them for wildlife rescue and oil spill clean ups in both the USA and abroad.  Who knew you could recycle using cloth then clean up an oil spill!?  Amazing!  Visit them at

I know there are so many more!  So please make sure you leave your favorite cloth diaper missions in the comments below and read them too!

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