It’s no surprise that cloth diapering families have a variety of needs and preferences. Consequently Thirsties offers a variety of cloth diaper types: All in One, Pocket Diaper, Fitted, Duo Wraps, Diaper Covers, Prefolds, and Inserts. Yet cloth diapering preferences and needs are not limited to diaper types but also materials. Many love the absorbency and fast drying time of Thirsties microfiber terry. While others prefer natural fibers like Thirsties hemp/organic cotton found in our Prefolds and Hemp Inserts. Thirsties fans have been asking for a natural fiber diaper and after a long detailed design process and several proto types we are happy to introduce the newest member of the Thirsties line up…
Please give a warm welcome to our all-new Natural One-Size All-in-One diaper! This new, easy-to-use cloth diaper includes 11 thirsty layers of natural fibers: 3 layers of organic cotton in the body and 2 soaker pads … Read More
Now that Earth Day is over, you’d think we’d be all done with the whole “find ways to improve our planet” thing, right? But, nope!
I’m trying to make a concerted effort to MAKE EVERY DAY EARTH DAY. After all, it’s our home 365 days of the year; why just look for ways to help it on ONE day, or one week, or one month?
The good thing is that many of us already make everyday Earth Day. Whether you cloth diaper for an economic reason, environmental cause, cuteness factor, or some other awesome reason, you’re still doing a huge part to help cut back on unnecessary waste. It’s true!
Even if the only environmental choice you make is to cloth diaper, your impact is massive.
April is a great month, isn’t it?
Spring is here (for most of the country). It’s “Earth Month”, a whole month dedicated to thinking about our environmental impact. It’s a month to celebrate the #MakeClothMainstream challenge. There’s even a day to take part in the Great Cloth Diaper Change.
I mean, seriously! It’s a month MADE for eco-conscious cloth diapering families!
Depending on where you live, GCDC activities vary. Some… Read More