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diaper

a. a woven pattern on fabric consisting of a small repeating design, esp diamonds
b. fabric having such a pattern
c. such a pattern, used as decoration

diaper

diaper
An allover pattern with motifs placed in a repeated design, esp. on a rectangular or diagonal grid.
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Modern Cloth Nappying Pinays and Cloth Diaper Addicts PH-These two are completely different groups, with over 30,000 members each.
Modern cloth diapers hold their resale value well, and a large number of people are looking for alternatives to disposable diapers.
The reason why babies were clumsy even with cloth diapers could be because the cotton ones are heavy and are not as absorbent (as the disposable diapers) ," said the paediatrician.
Cloth diapers have come a long way in the past several years and this event is designed to be an eye opener and an inspiration for expecting and new parents to use cloth diapers, a more planet- and wallet-friendly alternative to disposable diapers.
There was no better way for me to gain control over the chaos of the newborn baby days than to watch a dozen cloth diapers snapping in the breeze.
Instead, the group brainstormed and developed Mothers and Company, which now boasts the largest retail selection of nursing bras and cloth diapers in the area, she said.
NEW YORK -- A little-publicized government report in the United Kingdom late last year has cast doubts on the environmental benefits of using cloth diapers.
After her son, Levi, was born, she returned to work for six months before leaving to run Modern Mommy Gear, an online store that specializes in eco-friendly parenting products ranging from sippy cups to cloth diapers to baby hats to eco-friendly cleaners--more than 2,000 unique products from 75 manufacturers.
Still, analysts and market forecasters say the disposable diaper market could be in for a shaky few years as more parents consider returning to cloth diapers and birth rates in some areas of the world fall.
We have our son in reusable cloth diapers, many of them bought used, and they will be resold when we are done.
In more recent times, cloth diapers were the norm in developed societies until World War II, when mothers newly entering the workforce began to seek greater convenience.
Despite the environmental downsides, over 90 percent of Canadian parents choose disposable over cloth diapers.