Join Us for the Healthy Child Healthy World Diaper Chat on Twitter this Thursday Night!

Join me in another Twitter chat on diapering hosted by Healthy Child Healthy World this Thursday night. There will be prizes to win, of course, but good conversation, company and hopefully you will learn a thing or two while you’re there! Details below!

A baby goes through an average of five to eight thousand diaper changes. No matter which you swear by – cloth or disposable – your decision has far- reaching consequences. And, any way you go about it, it’s important to understand any potential health risks involved with the whole process.
Join us this Thursday, February 3 at 6pmPST/9pmEST to learn all the dos and don’ts of diapering.
Our guest experts are:

We’ll be discussing things like:

  • Cloth vs. Disposable and what are the best options in each category
  • Safely dealing with rashes, dirty diapers, and more
  • Stocking a safe and healthy changing area and diaper bag

If you’ve already served your time catering to that end of a baby, please join us to share your experience and advice!
Prize #1 @gDiapers Sweet Bundle Orange/Green, 6 Little gPants+4 gRefills
Prize #2 @ecostoreusa Baby Gift Basket incl. Baby Nappy Balm
Prize #3 @SeventhGen gift basket incl. diapers & baby wipes

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By Emi Stapler. I am a cloth diaper advocate, green parenting blogger, mother of three and a military wife who enjoys sharing my motherhood adventures and advice. Follow me at The Cloth Diaper Report on Facebook, Twitter @TheCDReport , Google +, Pinterest and Instagram.

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