cloth diapers were
first manufactured and distributed in the 1980's. Three mothers who
were using cloth diapers on their own babies wanted more from their
cloth diapering system. They were inspired to create products that
they and other mothers needed. Bummis was an in-home business until
the demand for their products grew. Bummis is now sold throughout the
world on cloth diaper retail websites like KellysCloset.com. The
mothers who created Bummis
cloth diapers believe
using cloth diapers is both fun and easy. Their goal is to share this
economically and environmentally friendly diapering method with other
understandable why some parents are hesitant to try cloth diapers.
Many parents fear they are a messy hassle or that it takes too much
time to learn how to fold them. Bummis
are designed to make cloth diapering easy and stress free. Diaper
pins and plastic pants are a thing of the past. Cloth
diapers have come a long way since the traditional flat diaper.
use hook and loop closures and waterproof fabrics that have replaced
pins and plastic pants. Flushable liners make clean up easy and
parents never have to rinse or dunk soiled diapers in the toilet.
diapers are stylish and comfortable. Featuring different colors and
prints, these diapers are so fashionable and fun you might want to
forget about putting pants on your little one. Bummis cloth diapers
are available in different prints for boys and girls. Your baby can
look cute and be comfortable without needing to worry about diaper
spills or leaks.
are also environmentally safe. Disposable diapers take up space in
landfills and are not biodegradable. Cloth diapers hold true to the
rules of reduce, reuse, recycle. Cloth diapers help prevent the one
to two tons of garbage produced by each baby using disposable
diapers. Bummis cloth diapers are more affordable than disposable
diapers. Parents can spend up to three thousand dollars from the time
their baby is a new born until he or she is potty trained if they use
disposable diapers. Because you can reuse cloth diapers, this means
you'll save money.
Wels shares a similar vision to that of the moms who created Bummis
Wishing to share the benefits of using cloth diapers, in April of
2001, Wels launched an online baby boutique from her home. Today,
under new management, KellysCloset continues to follow the vision
pioneered by Wels. KellysCloset.com makes shopping for and learning
about cloth diapers convenient. The site features many of the most
popular diapering products and provides information on how to start a
cloth diapering system. Kelly's Closet has information on how to
clean and wash cloth diapers, how to fold them to fit your baby and
more. Parents can find their favorite brands like Bummis
Happy Heiny's and Kushies.