September 20, 2021
I wanted to take a break from back to back stories of cloth diaper brands and retailers and just chat about what's going on in my head. This summer, I have consulted with many different brands, businesses and creators to share ideas, think about how we can do things.
And one of the biggest things we need is you.
This is a short episode of just my thoughts on a Saturday afternoon after editing multiple episodes. I wanted to remind you that we need you to be an advocate, and that you know more than you think you know, and that you can do all those things you want to do.
Don't wait to be an admin.
Just go do it with kindness and love.
September 6, 2021
Join Derrin as we learn about Cooper Rose, a small shop diaper made in the United States with high quality natural fibres. It was such a pleasure to chat with this busy mama and learn how she gets diapers to your door without being a seamstress. Sometimes, cloth diaper brands are passionate women who inspire and hire others to make their dreams come true.
Shop Cooper Rose: https://cooperrosebaby.com
Show Notes: https://www.clothdiaperpodcast.com/show-76
August 23, 2021
From selling on Kijiji to scaling at an international level, David from La Petite Ourse shares his story of building a cloth diaper brand. Based out of the Montreal Area, LPO diapers are a well-designed product at an incredibly affordable cost. David is a very fast talker, but incredibly passionate about his diapering business and the journey that go this brand to where it is.
Shop LPO: https://lapetiteourseusa.com
Show Notes: https://www.clothdiaperpodcast.com/show-75
August 9, 2021
Kaileigh from the Salem Cloth Project joins me today to talk about what is the Salem Cloth Project and how they support families in their region access diapers, feel empowered to cloth diaper, and make small changes to low waste products.
This is a fantastic episode.
I love it.
Salem Cloth Project: https://salemclothproject.org
Show Notes: https://www.clothdiaperpodcast.com/show-74/
Even though we LOVE cloth diapered bottoms, sometimes we need to cover them up. Banyan Babes Clothing creates thrifted wardrobes for babies based on parent specifications. With fully recyclable shipping materials and worldwide carbon neutral shipping you can feel good about supporting this Mom run business.
July 26, 2021
It's been three years of bringing you over 70 episodes of cloth diapering stories from brands, retailers and parents around the world.
*Anna's audio quality has a low buzz that I was unable to correct, warning that this may not be comfortable listening experience for everyone*
Today we circle back to chat with Anna from Nerdy Momma's Cloth Diapers. Anna was one of my first guests on the show. So we catch up and chat about where she is today, some of our goals in the cloth diaper community, and some of the challenges about growing cloth diaper businesses in 2021.
This is a conversation between cloth diaper friends, and I look forward to bringing you another year of cloth diapering content.
July 12, 2021
Danielle shares her story of cloth diapering on the Cloth Diaper Podcast. This mom of two also gave us an insight into the how and why she got started leading cloth diaper classes in her local community. We also chatted about how she used reusable period products in her post partum period, and a few other conversations.
Show 75 of the Cloth Diaper Podcast
This episode is a casual conversation that goes in a few different directions. Sometimes that's how motherhood and cloth diapering can go. Hope you leave inspired and look forward to learning more from other cloth diaper parents in the future.
Show notes: https://www.clothdiaperpodcast.com/show-72/
June 28, 2021
Katie Kilsdonk is the Program Manager and Volunteer Coordinator at Jakes Diapers. Jakes Diapers serves families around the world with accessing washable diapers to help address the ongoing global issue of diaper need.
Listen to learn about the origin, future, and motives behind this important part of the cloth diaper community.
Learn more: http://www.jakesdiapers.org
June 14, 2021
This episode of the Cloth Diaper Podcast is with Jen from Sweet Cloth Bums. This Ex Pat mom living in the United Kingdom shares with us why she started cloth diapering, her experience with flats, and why you should try flat cloth diapers.
This interview was for the Flats & Handwashing Challenge to bring more stories of parents using flats because Flat Diapers have a marketing issue.
June 7, 2021
Meaghan Johnson joins us again to share her story of starting the Milwaukee Diaper Mission a diaper bank supporting families with cloth diapers, disposable diapers, and period products. She shares why and how she started a cloth diaper bank and resources for others who might be interested in making this happen in your community.
Diaper Banks need an array of volunteers and supports to get started. This is part of a special series for the 2021 Flats Challenge
Show notes will be available at www.clothdiaperpodcast.com/show-69/
May 31, 2021
Pam reached out to share her story about using flat diapers on the Cloth Diaper Podcast, but this episode is more about the important work she does as a cloth diaper influencer and community leader in the Philippines. Pam's experience and background in social work really shapes her passion and we talk about how to support parents, how to support businesses, and some of the bigger government work that needs to be done.
The international cloth diaper community is a fantastic space to support and we have so many of the same goals. I hope that we all learn and feel inspired this year about how we can create inclusive content and maybe dream bigger and think about the social policies we need to better support cloth diapering, families, and the reusable industry.
This is show 68 of the Cloth Diaper Podcast
Show Notes: https://www.clothdiaperpodcast.com/show-68/