New Mother Creates Cool Reusable Cloth Diapers

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When Margarita McClure found that her newborn baby wasn’t as active or time consuming as she had expected, she found herself making things for the baby while it slept – namely, designing and manufacturing reusable organic cloth diapers.When Margarita McClure found that her newborn baby wasn’t as active or time consuming as she had expected, she found herself making things for the baby while he slept – namely, designing and manufacturing reusable organic cloth diapers. Her first reason was they are hypoallergenic, and better for the baby’s skin, but her second reason was to help the environment: “We don’t generate much waste from my house, and the thought that I’d need an extra bag or two or three for diapers seemed wasteful.” She first started selling her custom made diapers on eBay, but after finding a lot of success and positive feedback in her work, she launched Swaddlebees, and eventually Blueberry Diapers. So, if you’ve got a baby on the way, or know someone who does, make sure to check out these two green diaper companies.

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