showcasing different ways to diaper for less.
At the first Cloth Diaper Blogger meet-up on November 2, 2021, we talked about the affordability and changing costs of cloth diapering. Shipping costs, manufacturing costs, and access is starting to shift and change; and for many families that means access to affordable diapers will be more important than ever before.
Every Friday, we invite you to share in the conversation of affordable diaper options with your audience and use the #AffordableDiapers to amplify the options available.
What is affordable? Affordable is defined as “reasonably priced” or “inexpensive.” Both of these terms are incredibly variable depending on your region, experiences, and accessibility. What is affordable to a resident of San Francisco or a resident of the Yukon or a resident or rural Minnesota might look different. Affordable has many shapes and sizes. That’s okay.
Generally, we suggest that a diaper is affordable if it’s under $15USD. This seems to be about that benchmark that industry providers can create and market diapers at.
What type of content can I post/create?
You can create new content or reshare content. For many of us, this is a reminder to influence conversations of affordability and the options available. Schedule to reshare your video or blog post about different low-cost diapering options.
What hashtags should I use?
#AffordableDiapers #ClothDiaperNetwork and let’s share in the message and invite everyone to come to the table with new ways to diaper for less.
Professional Cloth Diaper Educator
Bailey brings 5+ years of cloth diapering experience and conversation to the cloth diaper space. She's not just your every day mom blogger sharing her experience - Bailey is immersed in the cloth diaper community learning from other parents and growing as an individual. She wants to find the cloth diaper solution that truly works for you.
Bailey believes we need to stop and listen to cloth diapering parents. We need to recognize our own bias and preferences and focus on solutions that work for you, not us. The Cloth Diaper community needs to recognize the privilege of being able to cloth diaper, and provide spaces for more conversations and stories.
Cloth diapering is not about rules but about our own strength as parents to do the best we can for our children with the resources available.