From your baby’s delicate skin to the environmental impact, what’s the deal with diapers?

If you’re like most of us, just the thought of cloth diapers is enough to create panic. 


Most of those thoughts probably focus on the hassle, the diaper pins, and of course, the clean-up. Isn’t it just easier to buy disposable diapers and be done with it?


I hate to admit it, but I used to think the same thing - even after decades of working with moms and babies! I had no idea what harm plastic diapers were doing to my daughters, the negative impact they had on the planet, or just how much money I was - quite literally - throwing away. 


Spoiler alert: modern cloth diapering is not what I thought it was, and it’s probably not what you’re imagining either. In fact, you may already know it’s what’s best for your baby, but you need a better understanding of what’s involved before you commit. I don’t blame you.


You’re the reason I made this course, and it was these very real questions and worries that moms just like you have that I most wanted to answer.  


Questions like:


  • What kind of chemicals are in disposable diapers?

  • I heard cloth diapers could save me thousands of dollars per child. Is that true?

  • I’m all in but my friends think I’ve lost my mind. How am I supposed to deal with them?

  • Can my baby travel in a cloth diaper?

  • How do I clean one of these things?

  • And of course...what do I do with the poop?!


Over the course of nine fun and informative chapters, I’ll answer each of these questions and more. You do not want to miss this! 


As moms, we’re committed to leaving our children with a better world than the one we inherited. Cloth diapers are a powerful way of keeping that promise.


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INSTRUCTOR

Shari Criso MSN, RN, CNM, IBCLC

Having accurate information and positive support is the only way to make informed choices for yourself and your baby and I believe everyone deserves to have that. This course was made for you and is the result of 30 years of experience that I've gathered as a Labor and Delivery Nurse, a Certified Nurse-Midwife, an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, and a breastfeeding mom!