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Canadian triplets – in cloth diapers
November 19, 2007 2:28 pm | by

If you are expecting multiples and want to hear from someone who has “been there, done that” with cloth diapering multiples, this article from The Prince Albert Daily Herald might provide some insight. I’m sure the cost savings of cloth diapers over disposable diapers has added up quickly for this family!

With a year of experience under her belt, Charlyn has some advice for new parents of triplets, John and Sarah McDonald, of the Rural Municipality of Paddockwood, who gave birth to their triplets in Saskatoon on Nov. 5.

Charlyn admits triplets are expensive but there are ways to save money. Cloth diapers are a big cost saver.

“We go through 21 to 25 diapers a day.”

There is a lot of washing and drying involved but it saves money. When they go out, she uses disposables.


About the Author

Jenn is the founder of Cotton Babies & creator of bumGenius, Flip, and Econobum, worldwide leading cloth diaper brands. She has four children (Andrew, Oscar, Elsie and Louis) and holds an MBA from Washington University. When she's not working full time, she enjoys teaching business leaders how to implement sustainable economic & social change.


1 Comment

  • Cecette said...
    April 9, 2009 at 1:39 pm

    Just wanted to say I love your blog…also it was amazing that I came across this post…the family you mentioned from the RM of Paddockwood are my parent’s neighbour…in fact my sister was best friends with the mom. I will for sure pass on to her that her choice to cloth diaper has even reached into the states!