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“Great Cloth Diaper Change” @ USA Baby, 4/23 – REGISTER NOW!

USA BABY (and Big Kids, Too) hosts
“The Great Cloth Diaper Change”
Saturday, April 23 at 11 a.m.

Discover the hip and convenient world of cloth diapering today! Participate in The Great Cloth Diaper Change at USA Baby and Big Kids, Too (1113 Murfreesboro Road in Franklin) on Saturday, April 23 at 11 a.m. by RSVP-ing then joining thousands of other parents across the nation — at the same time — in raising cloth diaper awareness. The Great Cloth Diaper Change — started by the non-profit Real Diaper Association — is an annual event where parents change their babies and/or toddlers into a reusable cloth diaper or training pants at 11 a.m. as an environmentally safer alternative to disposables. More than 7,441 people participated in the event last year (in the United States alone) with a global reach of 280 events all over the world. The first 50 participants receive a goodie bag; enjoy local vendors on site, too.

Join us in becoming cloth diaper aware!


Reusable cloth diapers have many benefits, including:

  • Environmental: Cloth diapers reduce waste for families with children in diapers by more than 50%.

  • Financial: Cloth diapers allow families to save more than $2000 per child.

  • Health: Cloth diapers help parents reduce exposure of their babies’ skin and lungs to the chemicals in disposable diapers.

  • Cute and comfortable: Parents love putting soft cloth diapers, available in a variety of styles and patterns, on their babies.

  • Convenient: Once you’ve purchased your stash, no more weekly trips to the store to purchase more – simply put a load in the laundry!

— Source: Real Diaper Association

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Susan Swindell Day is the editor in chief of Nashville Parent and the mom of four amazing kids.