Fill your pants – washable nappies and ethical goods
With one beautiful baby and a fabulous sense of humour intact, Laura found herself entering the world of cloth nappies.
Now any cloth nappying mama will tell you that these things are addictive. Yep, poo gets really interesting and nappy stashes provide comfort and excitement, like sweets used to when we were kids.
Laura has turned her passion for cute cloth wrapped bums into a thriving business with her aptly named Fill your pants. See, I told you this woman has a wicked sense of humour.
While people will rapidly forget something boring such as Little Green Blog, who is ever going to forget fill your pants?!
If you’re a washable nappy virgin, then Laura has a lot of advice on her site. Reasons why cloth are better for your baby, your bank balance and of course, the environment are there along with a handy table on the different types of nappies available. She even shares hints and recipes for making your own washable wipes.
When you consider that most disposable wipes contain harsh chemicals, are a once-use disposable item that ends up in the landfill and come in plastic packaging, plus they cost loads for what they are, then this is a great page to go and learn how to clean bottoms DIY style.
Laura also stocks a fabulous range of clothing. Oh how I wish Hooligan clothing had been around when my daughter was a babe. This range of ethically produced clothing is really awesome and great if you want something a little ‘different’. On Laura’s site you can also buy the fabulous Lactivist clothing for your babe, safe, natural toiletries, slings and gifts for yourself because every Mum deserves to be treated like a Princess.
You’ll find every type of nappy you can wish for, passionate, expert advise, and a great range of products.
In addition, you can keep up with Laura’s latest news via her blog or her newsletter which you can sign up for on the left hand side of her website.
Go and visit ethical mama’s; you won’t regret it! Laura has a sale on at the moment, so go and grab yourselves a bargain.
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