I agree on you my friend. In my case, When I told my husband I wanted to use cloth diapers he looked at me like I had 6 eyes. He felt a little better once I bought one diaper and showed him how they worked. After a year of cloth diapering he has accepted them as well as can be expected. I have to keep reminding him how much money we've saved this year and that usually brings a smile back to his face. [br>[br>When we were interviewing caregivers we had a few diapers available with us and explained how they worked. Here is a sample of the conversation with them: "We use modern cloth diapers like this on our baby, are your familiar with them? Let me show you how similar they are to disposable diapers." [br>[br>Don't get frustrated, stay positive and try not to get defensive. People just want their concerns to be heard before they make the commitment with you. [br>[br>Want additional support? The Real Diaper Association has several pamphlets developed that you can use when introducing cloth diapers to your friends, family and caregivers.
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