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39. Easy Cloth Diapering…Without the Stress With Lacie Wever

May 31, 2022 Stephanie Moram Episode 39
Green Junkie
39. Easy Cloth Diapering…Without the Stress With Lacie Wever
Show Notes

Hey, Green Junkie!

If I say “Cloth Diapers” what reaction do you have?  

(Don’t worry, all reactions are accepted here) 😉 

For so many people, the idea of cloth diapering is gross, stressful and seems like a lot of unnecessary work. Even if you want to help the environment, giving up those convenient disposable diapers can just feel a little too exhausting. 

 I cloth diapered with both of my kids and let me tell you….it was amazing. So amazing, I actually miss cloth diapering - if you can believe it.

 I was blown away by how easy it was and how quickly it fit into our busy lifestyle with a newborn.

Still skeptical? Don’t worry. In today’s episode I’ve brought on Lacie Wever to help dispel the rumors surrounding cloth diapering and to help you start your own journey with absolute ease.

 You won’t want to miss this episode where we discuss, 

  • The importance of grace during your cloth diaper journey
  • What you should do first thing when deciding to use cloth diapers
  • Clearing up the myths about cloth diapers
  • How to remain flexible while using cloth diapers
  • The easy way to cloth diaper

You’ll discover that and so much more in this episode.

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Thanks for listening and being here.

Your green bestie,

Xoxo Stephanie

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Music By: Liz Fohle