How Safe Are Lil Helper Products?
Hey everyone! Ariel here this week. Have you found yourself wondering about the safety of Lil Helper products?
It’s a completely fair question to have, and something I have asked about pretty much every baby product I have ever bought. I mean, I spent nine whole months growing this little human, of course I want to use the best and safest products possible!
So, let’s get right to the nitty gritty of it…
CLOTH DIAPERS: SAFE OR STUNTING GROWTH?
There’s this massive misconception out there that the bulkiness of cloth diapers can cause your child to have hip issues. Some people say it could slow how quickly your child crawls or walks.
Hi Folks! It’s Tamara here.
This week I have the honour of introducing you to a give-back program very near and dear to our hearts. The Baby Do Better Program!
Some of you might be familiar with our ‘Baby Do Good’ program. Baby Do Good was put into place when Lil Helper as a company first began back in late 2011. The program saw us donating one brand new Lil Helper diaper for every 3 diapers sold.
We are proud to say that under Baby Do Good, Lil Helper donated several thousand brand new diapers over the 7.5 years that the program was in place. This is a number that we are very proud of!
While Baby Do Good saw us giving back in rewarding numbers, as a company we struggled with the fact that we very rarely received feedback from the individuals who actually received the donated diapers. This is why we ultimately decided to revise our give-back program to something that felt more personal and community driven.
And thus, Baby Do BETTER was born!
Hey Y’all, it’s Erin!
I love cloth diapering and Lil Helper. I’ve been thinking about ways to use cloth diapers after potty training.
This post is going to give some suggestions.
If you had to give up cloth diapering sooner than you hoped, this post is also for you!
Hey y’all! It’s Jess. I hope everyone is enjoying the cooler weather (depending on where you live)! With colder weather comes more time indoors and inevitably, on the internet.
Let’s talk about something that runs rampant on the internet (and in many mom groups)– mom shaming.
What is mom shaming?