Cloth Diaper Podcast
111: Meet Candace, the woman beyond Twisted Mystic Tushies

111: Meet Candace, the woman beyond Twisted Mystic Tushies

June 18, 2022

Sometimes it can feel like every day another cloth diaper brand is popping up, bringing you new prints and ideas - but behind every brand is a person, a wonderful and caring human passionate about  building their own community for reusables. 

 

Today's episode is with Candace, the owner of Twisted Mystic Tushies and she shares her cloth diaper journey, her business journey, and the future for her brand and person. 

 

Shop online: https://twistedmystictushies.com

110: Meet Christina, Spunky Rumps Diapers

110: Meet Christina, Spunky Rumps Diapers

June 9, 2022

This is the story of Spunky Rumps, a new work at home seamstress sewing up all things cloth diapers including the The BeEflat, Pocket Control, Pocket Fitted, and more. She shares her introduction to cloth diapering, navigating her new small business, and dreams for the future.

 

Shop online: https://spunkyrumps.com

 

This episode of the cloth Diaper Podcast is sponsored by Happy BeeHinds - now one of the largest retailers of cloth diapers in the United States, this small business is proud to bring you products like Spunky Rumps and their own house brand. Shop with them today: https://happybeehinds.com

109: She invented a textile, and then a diaper. The Story of Sumo Diaper

109: She invented a textile, and then a diaper. The Story of Sumo Diaper

June 2, 2022

There are so many ways that people find themselves is the cloth diaper industry, and today we share the story of  the Sumo Diaper and how inventing a textile resulted in Louisa designing a diaper - a diaper made with innovative new technology, and many layers of custom woven fabric. 

 

Learn more and be prepared for their kick starter campaign: https://sumodiaper.com/en/english/

108: Introducing Bayrli Diapers, an Irish Brand making global waves in sustainability

108: Introducing Bayrli Diapers, an Irish Brand making global waves in sustainability

May 26, 2022

I'll insert something here soon, but you gotta check out this brand.

 

Shop Bayrli Diapers: https://bayrli.com

 

 

 

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107: Naomi’s Newborn Diapering Experience (Sewing Your Own Cloth Diapers)

107: Naomi’s Newborn Diapering Experience (Sewing Your Own Cloth Diapers)

May 19, 2022

Naomi shares her story of cloth diapering and the struggles of a newborn who is a super soaker maxing out her homemade fitted diapers made of up cycled t-shirts. In this show we chat about navigating heavy wetters, sewing your own diapers, and tackling the experience of cloth diapering for the first time. 

 

This show is sponsored by the Blythe Life. The Blythe Life is an up-and-coming US based small batch manufacture and retailer of baby kids, women, and home goods. Shop the Blythe Life: https://theblythelife.com

 

 

 

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106: How the worry of a diaper shortage resulted in starting her own WAHM cloth diaper business

106: How the worry of a diaper shortage resulted in starting her own WAHM cloth diaper business

May 2, 2022

Remember early March 2020, and supplies were limited? Nicole, then on her fourth baby, decided to check out cloth diapering. Two years later, a shout out from Mari at Petite Crown, and Nicole is making the most beautiful pocket cloth diapers, and clothing for families around the world. 

Learn the story of McCozy Bottoms on today's show: https://www.mccozybottoms.com

This show is sponsored by Shine Cloth Diapers

Shine Diapers: handmade and curated in Las Vegas, Shine Diapers has been a long time supporter and advocate for cloth diapering with ready to ship cloth diaper covers, fitted diapers, and other amazing products including Black Lives Matter merchandise and buttons. 

Shop with Shine Cloth Today: https://shinecloth.com

 

 

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105: How to camp with cloth diapers

105: How to camp with cloth diapers

April 25, 2022

Cloth diapering parent, Jill shares her camping with cloth diaper experience and how she navigated through the weekend trip via canoe in the backcountry of Ontario, Canada. This episode is a fantastic reminder of navigating through new adventures as a family, and how we incorporate diapering, or embrace the challenge of diapering. 

This show is sponsored by Redwood Cloth Diapers 

At Redwood Cloth, we want to make it easy and affordable for parents to choose a more sustainable way to diaper their children.

Helping to preserve and protect the environment for our younger generations is at the forefront of our mind at Redwood Cloth. We donate a portion of our annual revenue to The Save the Redwoods League and are constantly evaluating and implementing more sustainable business practices.  

There are also bundles regularly available at redwoodcloth.com to make building your stash easy! 

Questions asked/answered in this episode
  • Would you go camping with cloth diapers again?
  • What type of stash did you build for camping?
  • How did you wash cloth diapers when camping?
  • Why did you take cloth diapers camping?

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104: Starting a Cloth Diaper & Sustainable Living Business during the Pandemic

104: Starting a Cloth Diaper & Sustainable Living Business during the Pandemic

April 18, 2022

Katrina shares her story of starting an online cloth diaper business focused in simplicity and sustainability. The owner of Peanut & Poppet, this online UK Nappy business is challenging the status quo with a no nonsense approach to diaper laundry inspired by her own journey into cloth diapering.

Shop her store: https://www.peanutandpoppet.com

 

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103: the show with Laura Ankrum, Thirsties Diapers

103: the show with Laura Ankrum, Thirsties Diapers

April 11, 2022

You may know that Laura Ankrum as the face at Thirsties Diapers. She's well known for her video content, cloth diaper courses, and just being that person you talk to online when in the Thirsties social spaces. This Spring she announced that she's moving on, and we've taken this opportunity to share her story, experiences, and answer a few questions from you.

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102: Raising Eco Minimalists with Laura, the episode about abandoning cloth

102: Raising Eco Minimalists with Laura, the episode about abandoning cloth

April 4, 2022

Laura Durenberger, the host of Raising Eco Minimalists, joins me to talk about the journey of sustainability as new parents and how to raise more eco friendly kids, while taking care of ourselves.

Unlike every other episode of the Cloth Diaper Podcast, this episode shares a story of struggle because for Laura cloth didn't work out, and she set a really important boundary and expectation of herself by putting cloth aside for her mental health and well being. 

Listen to Raising Eco Minimalists: https://www.raisingecominimalists.com

This episode of the Cloth Diaper Podcast is sponsored by Esembly.
 
Esembly is a compete reusable diapering system. Everything new parents need from super-soft organic diapers and cloth-friendly skincare, to upcycled storage bags and specially-formulated, patent-pending detergent. By providing everything you need from birth to potty training, Esembly makes cloth diapering easy and approachable. And with limited edition collaborations with artists like Oliver Jeffers and Reyna Noriega, Esembly diapers are simply stunning!
 
Visit Esemblybaby.com to learn more, and use code CLOTHDIAPERPOD20 for 20% off your first order. Esembly is also available on Target, Indigo, Amazon US and Amazon Canada.
 
Questions asked on Show 102 of the Cloth Diaper Podcast 
 

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