Ready, Set, Change Your Baby’s Diaper!
Did you know that there’s a world record for the most cloth diapers changed at the same time?
Reusable diapers are making a comeback, and last year on April 23, 5,026 moms changed their babies cloth dipes simultaneously at 127 locations during the Great Cloth Diaper Change.
Now, the Real Diaper Association wants to break that record.Â On April 21, Earth Day, the nonprofit, which advocates for the use of reusable cloth dipes, will be hosting a multilocation event in which they hope moms all over the world will help beat last year’s record.
It’s got to be cool to break a world record, but this event is also intended to help increase awareness for cloth diapering.
To be part of the event, check the association’s website for an official location.Â If you can’t make it, you can donate anywhere from $1 to $20.Â The donations will support the RDA in their efforts to help more families find and use reusable diapers.
Have you considered – or do you use – cloth diapers?
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