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Green Living Blog: Choosing eco-friendly diapers

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Green Living Blog: Choosing eco-friendly diapers

Green Living Blog logo After reading this post, don't forget to enter our contest – you could win a new dishwasher. Plus, do you have your own story to tell? Send it to greenchallenge@canadianliving.com (no more than 300 words, please), and you could win one of 30 daily prizes. Today's winner is Karen Ferri.
I'm a new first-time mom and was rather unsettled about using disposable diapers and wipes after I heard about their terrible environmental impact, not to mention the negative impact on your wallet. I did some research and quickly realized that the alternative options were delightfully numerous – from the old-fashioned folding cloth diapers to the all-in-one diaper with a cotton insert.In the end, I chose an all-in-one diaper. There is no folding required and I only do one load every three days. I can't believe how easy it actually is! I use face cloths to wipe my baby instead of wipes – she really appreciates the warmth. She never has diaper rash and the money you save is well worth it. I'm really happy that I made this choice.
Thanks to Karen for sending in her story – and don't forget, if you still haven't entered, there's still time to send your own story to greenchallenge@canadianliving.com. Calculator and The LoraxKaren wins a TS-1200TG Green Calculator, courtesy of Canon, and a copy of The Lorax by Dr. Seuss, courtesy of Random House. Today's code word: baby Read more: • Make your own baby foodRaise your baby the eco-friendly wayThe great diaper debate
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