Wonderful if you are strictly organic/green-minded (which I am not).
I would recommend that any parent feeling overwhelmed by the amount of "STUFF" you have to get for a baby read this to feel like you can breathe a little easier. =)
The ECO-nomical baby guide can guide you to a cloth diaper that will work for your needs and budget!
This book offers a lot of practical advice and I think it is a great beginner's guide for someone who is just starting to live greener. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Hw60
The person I gifted it to found it so helpful, she put some tips in practice & passed it on to a friendPublished 5 months ago by luv2read
I really like how the authors of this book talk about many different angles and recommendations for each topic covered. While there's an entire section dedicated to cloth vs. Read morePublished 19 months ago by k4krystal
We bought this book while in my first trimester before we told anyone that I was pregnant. It is FANTASTIC for settling fears about getting EVERYTHING that the big box stores tell... Read morePublished on June 12, 2012 by TrinaD
I was initially encouraged and excited by this book, but became disappointed upon finding the dreadful statement in the back inside cover, "Printed in China." Wow!!!! Read morePublished on October 3, 2011 by Aubrey E Bretsnyder
I purchased this book last year, 2010, while I was pregnant and getting ready for baby. It was very helpful in assisting with trying to be earthy, economical and green when it... Read morePublished on April 4, 2011 by Amazon Customer
This is a great resource! The diaper section alone is worth buying it for because it details all the different styles of diapers, as well as how to use and wash them. Read morePublished on March 22, 2011 by Lady1Kat
Some of this advice is ridiculous:
"Dancing and jiggling can replace the soothing movements of a rocker," (37). Read more