Kiki & Lala

Does the Pitter Patter of Little Feet Leave a Carbon Footprint?

Posted on: May 20, 2009

Yes it sure does.

Diapers leave sizable carbon footprints considering they are made by the planet’s smallest human inhabitants. But thankfully, it is possible to help out Mama Earth even before potty training. Check out Earth’s Best Organic Diapers – now available in the Philippines! (Manila at least… through a Multiply vendor).

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They are biodegradable and made of naturally absorbent materials like corn and wheat. They’re also perfume, dye, bleach and latex free. But what I like best is the price tag. The current brand of diapers I use comes to about P7.50 each. These are just P5.73 a piece! How can you beat that? It’s the kind of win-win that mommies can’t resist!

This is one diaper change I’m happy to make 🙂 BUT I’ll have to wait till the next shipment of XL arrives.

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4 Responses to "Does the Pitter Patter of Little Feet Leave a Carbon Footprint?"

Cool! Do they have other products? Lala, I think the mompreneur within you is waiting to be unleashed. Declare it! Declare it!

They have organic wipes 🙂
And of course a ton of food products – baby food in jars, biscuits, juice – which is also available here in Healthy Options.

she is already a mompreneur ! she came up with the messy baby line, and even has more suggestions. lala, if you want to start up your own baby whatever, let me know and i’ll totally help you!!!

thanks, twinnie!
don’t worry – as soon as i figure out what i wanna do, i’ll be making you kulit like anything 😉

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