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Diaper drive July 2012
by Jeremy Farmer
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Just foods diaper drive??? What is wrong with this headline???
Oh I like trick questions...but I figured this one out...NOTHING! Cause the headline is actually "Just Food Diaper Drive - July 2012"
Just Food is the name of the organization. If you read the flier you will see what the need is and why they are trying to help their clients.
This states that some laundromats ban washing of cloth diapers, yet adults or teens who suffer with incontinence can wash their undies. Where is the equality in that. As for myself, I think disposable diapers simply cause mothers to leave the babies wet for longer periods, because the babies urinate several times in them before they are changed. This can cause diaper rash. Whereas with cloth diapers, you know when the child is wet and change more often. No diaper rash. Also disposable diapers take up a great part of the land fill that simply is not necessary if mothers were not so lazy. As for day care centers, I don't even want to start on that. Mothers throw away disposable diapers and go back to cloth ones. They are less expensive than disposables and 6 dozen will last the entire time the child is wearing them. I know from past experience with 5 children. Who by the way did not wear disposables.
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