Help Set a Record with The Great Cloth Diaper Change 2012!

Are you a cloth diapering mama? Or are you interested in cloth diapers? Then join other moms in the U.S and 15 other countries across the world for The Great Cloth Diaper Change on Saturday April 21st, 2012 at various locations.

The aim is to set a world record for the most cloth diapers changed simultaneously. The website explains

This world record attempt is a great way to show the world how many people are already choosing and using reusable cloth diapers successfully. But there are still a lot of people who don’t know about cloth diapers.

So if you are interested in learning about cloth, go along to the event and talk to other moms about all the different options available. And believe me, there are so many options, it can feel a little overwhelming at first, but then you realize that options make it even more fun! It’s like buying shoes or purses- so many to choose from, how can you choose just one type? You can love them all!


The Great Cloth Diaper Change in the US. Photo by Everything Birth inc


The Great Cloth Diaper Change in Malaysia. Photo by Aizat Asyraf Photography

I am very excited as it will be my first time attending the Great Cloth Diaper Change, and I hear some of the hosts make it fun by having raffles, goodie bags, food and music. Let’s make history!

You can find a location near you that will host the Great Cloth Diaper Change here. Have fun!

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Alicia G.
Alicia G.

We’ll be attending! As for cloth diapering being worse for the environment, check the research. There was one study (most likely funded by disposable diaper companies) that found that cloth diapers were more environmentally damaging, however the study didn’t take into account many crucial points. For example, I line dry my diapers thus using less energy. I also plan to use the diapers on more than one kid, which the study didn’t mention. More waste? And pollution? I’d like to see that evidence. Possibly more water and energy use, but not waste. Disposable diapers were found to produce seven times… Read more »

Heather P
Heather P

^^ Ummmm…. What?! OK…

As for The Great Cloth Diaper Change, can’t wait!!

jennifer lynch
jennifer lynch

I think it’d be a fun record, but I don’t agree with what they’re trying to draw attention to. It’s already been researched and proven that using cloth diapers actually creates more waste and pollution than disposable ones.