A customer shared a post from this satiric site with me yesterday on our Lil Helper FB group. It caught her eye because it sure looked like a Lil Helper cloth diaper to her (and a few others agreed) and hey, guess what? When I looked at the image and checked the filename, it WAS a photo of one of our dipes, likely taken from our site who-knows-when (we don’t sell this particular diaper any more but we do sell a whole bunch of other lovely things that are NOT $750).
Our only sorrow is that our diapers DO NOT really have emu thread in them …. any more.
I fought for it, really, I did.
And the feathers in the inserts? Not goose. Flamingo. Anyone who’s anyone knows flamingo down is the go-to for cloth dipes.
Thanks for the laugh, GunkLife.
The $750 cloth diaper your baby needs, apparently.
When should you start using cloth diapers on your baby?
Short on time/attention span? Watch this quick video:
For folks who have a little more time on their hands:
How does one do up all those snaps on our Lil Helper cloth diaper covers?
The Spectrum of Scary
For those new to cloth diapering, the snaps could scare anyone. How DOES a one size cloth diaper fit?! On the Spectrum of Scary, it’s exactly between putting together furniture from IKEA and meeting one’s in-laws for the first time.
Our mandate at Lil Helper is to make your life simpler, not more difficult. The snaps can—and have—confounded the brightest and best minds of our generation. Some take to them like the proverbial duck to water, while some are less inspired. So, without further ado, today’s blog post.