Imagine what happens when a baby has enough diapers.
A baby with a safe supply of cloth diapers is changed more often.
Because she is changed more often, she has less diaper rash. Because she has less diaper rash, she might cry less.
Because she cries less, her parents might be less anxious.
Because her parents are less anxious, she might have less stress at home.
Because she has less stress at home, she might have a better learning environment.
Because she has a better learning environment, she might do better in school.
Because she does better in school, she might get a better job or start a business that creates employment for other people.
A family with access to a safe supply cloth diapers is empowered.
A family with access to a safe supply of cloth diapers has more money in their budget every month that they can use to buy food for their children or pay for other family essentials. This leads to other changes.
A family with access to a safe supply of cloth diapers has more money in their budget for food or other essentials like utilities and childcare. They don’t have to ask for more diapers and, as a result, may experience lower stress.
It’s like clean water. Cloth diapers can change everything. Simple, really.
One thought on “What happens when a baby has enough diapers?”
A family that has access to a supply of cloth diapers eliminates the weekly stress of running out of diapers. Of having ONE more thing to worry or fuss over. I think everyone can agree, money aside, a mom’s memory isn’t always her strong suit. I love not having to remember we’re almost out of diapers…because we never are more than a load of laundry away from more ?
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