Eco-friendly Diapers – Fact or Fiction?

Tl;dr Sustainable ingredients are usually better for baby, but no diaper is compostable or biodegradable in a landfill.  For perspective, the use of disposable diapers has the same environmental impact each day as driving 1.5 miles. In our next post, we’ll talk about how disposable diapers are usually better than their reusable cloth counterparts. As […]

Huggies vs. Pampers

Before the 1960’s, diapers were exclusively a cloth, reusable product. In 1961, Proctor & Gamble introduced Pampers under the advertisement “Instead of a diaper…Pampers“. Today, Pampers and Huggies are both synonymous with “diapers” and these one-time-use, disposables diapers are the dominant product in the market. Cloth diapers have made a recent resurgence, but it remains […]

7 Diaper Tips to Prevent Blowouts

tl;dr To prevent diaper blowouts, go up a size in your diaper and switch to an “active” diaper if you’re using size 3+ (Huggies Little Movers or Pampers Cruisers). Make sure you can see the ruffly leg cuffs when the diaper is on. First things first, blowouts are unavoidable. We’re going to talk about several […]