I was hesitant to try hemp diapers with my first because I'd been told they might hold odor... after reading this article I think that warning is unfounded! I was really interested to learn that hemp is naturally pest and fungus resistant.
This is an amazing giveaway. I already knew hemp was an amazing plant and knowing that Babykicks uses it for their cloth diapers is great because as we learned above hemp is 4x more absorbent, and 3x stronger than cotton. These would help keep my newborn dry once she arrives in mid May 2014. Thanks Mothering for always providing great information and links to wonderful companies like these.
betsy: wife to tony, mama to haven (7/6/10), arlo (m/c 1/21/12), and expecting valencia in late december.
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