May 25, 2020
This episode is a little of everything and the first in a two part series. Rebecca is a mom of two living in Oregon and she shares about her stash and how her wash routine has evolved. Now that she lives off grid with solar power, she also talks about how vinegar helped her wash routine and why she uses BioKleen.
Key topics: hand washing, off grid, vinegar, biokleen, grey water, marketing of stay dry.
This is a great parent cloth diaper parent story to remind us that not all answers are found in the obvious place and through trial and error we can find a cloth diaper lifestyle that works for us.
May 10, 2020
Today I'm joined in studio by a local cloth diaper mom - Kate. Kate joins me for a conversation about how local cloth diaper communities helped her build her stash. We also talk about building those relationships as moms and how to find them both online and offline.
Making mom friends is hard and it's scary, but it starts with showing up. Here's how we show up for our mom friends.
For more information: https://www.clothdiaperpodcast.com
March 9, 2020
Elisha is a mom of 1 in Ontario. She’s loved hearing from other brands and parents on the cloth diaper podcast and is excited to share her story on the show.
This is a long show. But its an incredible conversation with another cloth diaper mama about her cloth diaper experience.
--- Show notes is at www.clothdiaperpodcast.com/show-42/
February 26, 2020
Stacey Reason joins us from Germany to talk about her experience cloth diapering in Germany. She shares an American perspective abroad as we talk about the challenges of European washing machines, hard water (citric acid/vinegar) and sourcing a stash.
IG Handle - @Stizzle4Rizzle
Show notes: www.clothdiaperpodcast.com/show-41
February 3, 2020
Visit Cloth Diaper Podcast for a GIVEAWAY the week of February 3 for Lilly & Frank Diaper ---- Today, we are joined with Heather Seguin, the owner and seamstress behind Lilly & Frank. Lilly & Frank is a Canadian cloth diaper brand specializing in fitted cloth diapers. Available in four sizes, with a plethora of well-coordinating prints, Lilly & Frank Fitted Cloth Diapers are stash-worthy.
Learn about her business, why she started cloth diapering, and a few basics on fitted diaper lingo on Show 40 of the Cloth Diaper Podcast.
Show notes available: http://www.clothdiaperpodcast.com/show-notes/
January 20, 2020
Banian Blends is a new cloth diaper brand coming to market with a diaper that is open source. Check out today's show to learn about the simplicity of cloth diapering with owner, Valerie.
Show notes: https://www.clothdiaperpodcast.com/show-notes/
January 2, 2020
Sophia is a first time mom to twins in Washington, DC. Sophia works from home while taking care of her seven month old boy/girl twins. She shares her journey in cloth diapering on the Cloth Diaper Podcast.
November 5, 2019
Kelsey Domiana is a little bit of everything including an intuitive lifestyle coach and best selling author. She helps women navigate through their journey of motherhood and learn to listen to their wisdom. We are talking about her cloth diapering journey today on the show including cloth diapering in Russia, and motherhood when your husband is barely home.
Her Book: Help! My Husband is Hardly Home: 8 Steps to Feel Supported While Raising Your Family
Show Notes: www.clothdiaperpodcast.com/show-37
September 30, 2019
When we think of cloth diapers we think of iconic Made in the USA brands and everything else being Made in China. But, part of the reason behind the Cloth Diaper Podcast is to uncover and chat with passionate makers around the world including Dgnait from Baby Koala.
Tune in to learn about how Baby Koala came to be, a glimmer at diapering in Israel, and what exactly makes a Baby Koala cloth diaper special. Dgnait is joined by her husband Gilad who provides that little extra oomph of Dad-awesomeness to the conversation that is much need.
This show is brought to you with support from Humbird. Pre-order opens October 1-7 for four new wool colours: Brickhouse, Jaded, Carob, and Bermuda Triangle.
September 24, 2019
NCDR means "not cloth diaper related" and while do we chat about how using a diaper service was the best choice for Meera, we're here to continue the conversation beyond cloth diapering and help answer the question and navigate the waters around "what else can I do."
Meera is the woman behind the greenmum.net. Follow her on Facebook, Instagram or Pinterest for eco-friendly lifestyle tips, support and conversation.
Join us next week for more cloth diaper conversation.