We’re getting “greener”

June 8th, 2010

I’ve always tried to do little eco-friendly things, like recycling. I don’t even remember not recycling we’ve done it for so long. I try to turn off lights. I try to get energy-star appliances and we recently got energy-star windows. But cloth diapers? I always thought there was no way.

I’m not going to go into full detail because I’m actually writing a review for Greater Fort Wayne Family magazine. But I will say it’s hard not to like GroVia cloth diapers. Besides being more eco-friendly, they’re cute. And fairly easy. And so soft I can’t wait to put more on my little’s baby’s tushy. And what attracted me in the first place was that they make a hybrid – a disposable insert that goes inside the cloth shell. Check them out here.

Also, a friend tipped me off to this site: babysteals.com. Everyday they feature one baby-related item at a really good price. If you subscribe, you’ll get a daily e-mail alert about it. I was really happy to see today’s item is the GroBaby diaper set. (GroVia is the new name for the GroBaby line. There have been small improvements made to the line under the name GroVia, but you can save a lot of money buying the older GroBaby line right now).

Anyway, I’ll be writing more in the future I’m sure, but I’m excited for the new approach and feeling good about it.

One Response to “We’re getting “greener””

  1. Elizabeth on June 8, 2010 10:15 pm

    Yay for cloth diapers!

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