Cloth Diapers

Raising 1 baby (through college) is estimated to cost $235,000 for a middle-income family!

I created an e-book called the “Active Mama’s Guide to Saving Money with Cloth Diapers so you can learn how to save your pennies while raising a baby in cloth diapers. I will ensure you leave equipped with a cost-benefit analysis weighing the pros and cons so you can determine if this is one way you’d like save money without sacrifice of quality of life or health to your family or baby.

To put your baby in disposable diapers for 2 years costs the average family about $2,500. If you use cloth diapers, you can diaper your baby at an 80-88% discount! That’s equivalent to spending only $300-$500 over the same 2 years.

Other benefits include:

  • less diaper rashes
  • better for the environment
  • much cuter diapers

Your take-aways include:

  • Demystifying Cloth Diapers & Cost Benefit Analysis
  • Getting Started Guide
  • 12 Considerations before you purchase
  • Types of Cloth Diapers Comparison Chart
  • Laundry & Care – Easy as 1 2 3!
  • How to prevent and treat stains
  • Troubleshooting leaks
  • Nighttime sleeping
  • Containing stinky smells
  • Getting your significant other ‘on board’
  • Where to purchase: new vs gently used
  • Useful Links
  • Pictures Pages of my favorite buys
  • Price breakdown Examples

As a Bonus, I will teach you how to make completely natural diaper rash powder using 1 ingredient you most likely already have in your kitchen.

If you’re interested in purchasing the book, click here to email Robyn

– Robyn

Robyn is the founder of the Active Mama’s Meetup Group.

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