July 15, 2019
Here’s to one year of the Cloth Diaper Podcast. Can you believe it? I can’t. Mostly because I felt this might be a project I give up on but I’ve been loving connecting and sharing the many different stories over the years.
To celebrate a year we are venturing out of cloth diapering and chatting with Elsbeth from the Practically Zero Waste Podcast about going zero waste. How does this connect to cloth diapering? Well this cloth diapering mama is going to help walk us through the zero waste movement and why we could or should make this change alongside your cloth diaper lifestyle.
June 24, 2019
What happens when you have to go to work? Well you could have a daycare provider who is totally on board with cloth diapering. When this happens it means you jump into a new world of cloth diapering as a working mom with childcare.
This show is with Shannon Sands, a Nebraska based Child Birth Educator. She wrote 5 tips for the cloth diapering working mom and thought we'd walk through some of those on today's episode. Check the show notes for more links and details.
May 27, 2019
This the part 1 of a 2 part conversation with Jays Nest about cloth diaper content creation. I asked you on Instagram and a lot of your questions were based around that topic so we made a day out of it. Jaqueline is a YouTuber in the cloth diaper space.
Part 2 coming later this summer about her inspiration and spirituality as a creator.
For more details go to http://www.clothdiaperpodcast.com
May 13, 2019
Courteny from Eco Accoutrements joins me to talk about fitted cloth diapers and how they might work for your family. We talk about the different variations and styles, as well as what goes into the cost when purchasing a fitted cloth diaper from a WAHM (work at home mom)
This is Show 30 of the Cloth Diaper Podcast.
April 29, 2019
This isn't a show about the nitty gritty details of Elimination Communication. This is just a show talking with a parent who makes it work for her and her family and maybe she'll inspire you to do it for yourself.
Sometimes we talk to experts, but mostly we just talk to other cloth diaper parents who make cloth diapering and other things work for them and their families.
Today, I'm joined with Sarah from the Rural Red Head to learn how elimination communication works (and doesn't work) for her lifestyle.
April 8, 2019
Jenny from Cloth Diaper Revival joins me to talk about the 2019 Flats & Handwashing Challenge. If you have no idea what the Flats & Handwashing Challenge then this is a good episode for you. The show is all about the basics, what to expect and where to find some more information. If you have more questions wander over to her Facebook group for some support.
This is the 9th year of the Flats & Handwashing Challenge. Cloth Diaper Revival has hosted the challenge for the past three years. It was started by Kim Rosas at Dirty Diaper Laundry and continues onwards as a platform to talk about Diaper need and a way to cloth diaper in bind.
The Flats Challenge will be May 13 - 19, 2019. You can learn more at http://www.clothdiaperervival.com including registration!
Show Notes: http://www.clothdiaperpodcast.com/show-28/
March 25, 2019
Did you ever consider a cloth diaper service for your diapering journey? I didn't. I think I'm too stubborn to let people do things for me, but a cloth diaper service can be a welcome relief for many parents looking to find a hybrid between disposables and cloth diapering. Diaper Services offer all the perks of cloth diapering without the headache of washing diapers and finding the time for that.
Today's show, I chat with Kelly Epstein from Bundle Baby, a Colorado Diaper Service serving the Front Range area. If you're in the area check her out for an affordable switch for your family. If not, take a look for something near you. We all win when more families consider cloth diapering options regardless of where they live.
March 11, 2019
Cristina, @EcoGirlMama, joins me to share her cloth diaper journey. She is a Smart Bottoms Ambassador, mom of 2, and from Kansas. Her passion to cloth diaper started with a life long journey of health and natural living.
On the show, we talk about how detergents might impact health and environment. Cristina then provides some insight on how to know what might work for you and your family, and how she's made it work for her.
Follow along for some inspiration, chatter, and let's build up some questions to learn and develop over the weeks to come.
February 25, 2019
Tyanna lives with her one-year old and husband in an RV, FULL TIME! This is a chat about living tiny, cloth diapering and motherhood.
February 11, 2019
Ready, Set, Change! The GCDC is a community cloth diaper event present in over 14 countries around the world. Having set World Records in the past, the Great Cloth Diaper Change is something a little easy going this year with a variety of dates and times that might work for you and your kids.
Listen to today's show to learn a little history, a little about the event, and a little about Karen, the Calgary-based organizer of the GCDC. Find an event near you at www.thegcdc.weebly.com or register one yourself by April 15, 2019
Show notes coming at www.clothdiaperpodcast.com