Hi friends! It’s Tamara and I am here today to talk to you about stinky diapers.
Whether it be an ammonia, musty, or ‘barnyard’ smells, these lingering odours can be extremely frustrating to deal with. Figuring out the cause of your stinky diapers is the key to finding a solution, and I am here today to walk you through it!
An Exclusive Collaboration! An Exclusive Collaboration! An Exclusive Collaboration!
We are beyond excited to announce an exclusive collaboration between LilHelper.ca and Fluff Love & CD Science!
Did you know that all of the washing routines recommended by Lil Helper’s Delight Team are based on recommendations from Fluff Love University?
That’s because the recommendations made by Fluff Love are based on science and the belief that your diapers should always be as clean as possible for your little ones bum! That’s definitely something we can get behind.
Erin wrote a super informative blog post a while back all about Cleaning Dirty Cloth Diapers. It features lots of information directly from Fluff Love University!
This adorable, exclusive print features multicoloured penguins doing Lil Helper laundry on a chic black background.
How many of you can relate to that frustrated purple penguin? Thanks to the amazing people in the Fluff Love community, you don’t need to feel that way ever again.
Need help coming up with the perfect washing routine? Feel free to email the Delight Team at email@example.com or go ahead and check out the Fluff Love website directly for some awesome advice and tips!
On a scale of 1-10, how much do you love this exclusive print?
Let us know in the comments down below!
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 Erin.
An interesting fact about me is that I have a Bachelors in Social Work. My education and work experience are what led me to write about the diaper crisis. It is also the reason I want to talk about foster parents who cloth diaper.
According to the most recent federal data there are over 400,000 United States children involved in the foster care system. Over 100,000 of those children are within the typical diapering ages.
I feel so honored to get to share the experiences of 3 amazing foster parents who cloth diaper. Sarah and Grace are LilHelper Ambassadors, and Anna is a local friend of mine. As much as possible, I have tried to use their words in this post, because I believe that there is power in what they said without any kind of spin from me.