Show 18 of the Cloth Diaper Podcast brings you the interview of the year with an up and coming Cloth Diaper Brand and Business. Fluffy Penguin is cloth diaper business redefining cheapies, and perhaps the industry. Learn why Ket got started and what she hopes to achieve in 2019.
Show 17 of the Cloth Diaper Podcast features Emilie from Les Confections Lili or Lili Diapers. This passionate mama, along with her friends and family sew up gorgeous high end cloth diapers in Drummondville, Quebec. Emilie chats about her struggles with her business, her dreams to expand, and why she uses the products she use. We also talk about why newborn diapering isnt' our top recommendation for parents.
Show Notes: www.clothdiaperpodcast.com
Show 16 of the Cloth Diaper Podcast. Warning, this week's audio is less than awesome. Jessica from Dapper Derrieres Diapers, or Brooksys Diapers, joins me to share her passion in creating cloth diapers and chats about her dreams to move to manufacturing in the United States. We hope to follow up with her in the years to come as she grows and establishes her business. Find the show notes at www.clothdiaperpodcast.com
1 in 3 Americans struggles to afford diapers, and without the resources of national cloth diaper charities where do we turn to next? Local community. Listen in to Nichole & Renee as they share their story and experience with starting a local diaper bank. They speak to their dreams, challenges, and provide insight to how you can support your local community.
Show 14 of the Cloth Diaper Podcast brings us around the world to an early morning chat with wool and diaper maker Dawn of HumBird Wool. We talk about her journey, her why, and her dreams for her business.
Show notes will be available at www.clothdiaperpodcast.com
Have you wondered what a big name cloth diaper brand looked like when they were just starting out? No? Well, today’s guest, Thea from Bebeboo Cloth Diapers is going to go places. Today's episode is about this startup cloth diaper brand owned by a passionate minority mama. She's creating diapers for everyone and a passion for finding her purpose and supporting community.
Show notes at www.clothdiaperpodcast.com
The goal of this podcast is talk about everything cloth diaper, and today's show is a special treat because I'm talking with a passionate and dedicated mama from Washington State making cloth diapers for adults. That's right, you read that right, she's the new owner of Snap-Ez Cloth Diapers which makes diapers for all sizes and abilities.
You'll want to listen to this episode because she's talking cloth diaper business, being a homeschool mama of 4, and a fascinating area of need.
This episode is brought to you by poop and the questions on Instagram. I sit down with my Cloth Diaper Husband to talk about poop, diapering and potty training. We also finish up the episode with Lauren from Fluff Bum Love about getting started with wool for cloth diapering. find the show notes at www.clothdiaperpodcast.com
Apologies for some of the lag in the audio quality, but this story is too important to share. I'm joined with Allison a former Regional Director with the Rebecca Foundation to learn about where things went wrong with this non profit in the cloth diaper community and her experience in trying to figure it out. If you have cloth diapers from the Rebecca Foundation you are encouraged to pass them along, or touch base with local chapters. Show notes will be found at www.clothdiaperpodcast.com
What's the rage with the latest cheapie on the block? I chat with Lauren from BumBumBabies about her unusual cloth diaper wash routine, addiction to Mama Koala, and why she's starting her own cloth diaper brand. Check out the show notes at www.clothdiaperpodcast.com.