Cloth diapering comes with a variety of financial, environmental, and health benefits, not to mention that they are much cuter than disposables. Upon first impression, however, cloth diapers can seem complicated and intimidating. This one-session class provides an introduction to modern cloth diapering while paying due respect to tried-and-true diapers from decades ago. Examples of diapers and accessories will be shown so you can get a real feel for what they look like and how to use them. Feel free to bring any cloth diapers you already own if you have questions or concerns. This class may be taken during pregnancy or anytime after. All classes take place at the Old Stone Church 251 Main Street, East Haven. Partners and other caregivers (grandparents-to-be, etc.) are encouraged to attend at no additional cost.
Instructor: Deanna Martin
Different diaper types available, from modern to old-school
Pros and cons of each style to find what works for you
How to use each type of diaper
What accessories you need to succeed
How to store and wash your diapers
Upcoming Dates: (all classes are Saturdays)
March 31, 2018, at 9:30 am
Fee: $10 per couple Cash or check payable to Deanna Martin, due at the start of class. There is no charge for families receiving cloth diaper loans from The Rebecca Foundation's Cloth Diaper Closet or similar organizations.
Please visit www.clothdiapersct.com for more information about cloth diapering. The Rebecca Foundation's Cloth Diaper Closet provides free cloth diapers loans to families struggling financially, as well as military families, foster families, and families with children with special needs. Please visit www.clothforall.org for more information.