A blog for cloth diapering Mammas. Doing our best for our babies and our Mother Earth.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

The Great Cloth Diaper Change


Help Put Cloth Diapers in the Record Books
Cloth diapers have come a long way in past 10 years, and it’s time to stand up and be noticed. Celebrate Earth Day, by joining the North American and International cloth diaper communityon April 23rd, 2011 at 9AM PDT (11:00AM TN time)to set the Guinness world record for the most cloth diapers changed simultaneously.

There are many ways to participate so please take a few minutes to explore the site to find a location near you or offer to host a location of your own. The more babies participating the better, so every cloth diapered bum counts. Can’t attend an event near you? Consider getting involved in your local cloth diaper community by learning more about organizations like the RDIA and RDA.

We can’t wait to put cloth diapers into the record books!

Green Pixie Baby is proud to be hosting this event at our Franklin, TN location. 117 Third Avenue North (within the Shop Around the Corner). Please see our Facebook page for all the details and to RSVP if you plan to attend. http://www.facebook.com/greenpixiebaby

Help us spread the word about cloth diapers!!

Wishing you a day full of love and peace,


About Me

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Franklin, TN, United States
Hello my name is Marie. I have four healthy, beautiful children. When our latest blessing joined our lives in November 2008 we decided to do the best thing for her and our planet. We went the cloth diapering route. During our search for cloth diapers we found limited availability in our area. We knew that we were not the only family facing this dilemma. Together we decided that we were going to help bring the green trend of cloth diapering to Franklin, TN. So here we are! We specialize in American made cloth diapers and baby products. Spreading the love of cloth diaper fluff and American made stuff one baby at a time. www.greenpixiebaby.com won’t you join us in saving our planet and parenting green?