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Wednesday, May 9, 2012


Why Join The Cloth Diapering Movement?
  • Baby loves a soft, fluffy butt.
  • You save big bucks and the planet.
  • Eco-friendly cloth diapers are fashionable too.
  • Yes, cloth diapering is fun for moms (and dads).
The leading cloth diaper expert Kelly Wels has gotcha covered in this definitive guide to everything you need to know (and forgot to ask) about cloth diapering: "Changing Diapers: A Hip Mom's Guide to Modern Cloth Diapering".

About Kelly

Kelly Wels is a leading cloth diaper expert and advocate who has a passion for helping parents make informed decisions when it comes to how they diaper their babies.
In November 2010, Kelly founded, which she calls her “passion project.” Her mission is to share her love for cloth diapers and advocate for diapering change. She says she believes that through education and knowledge, parents can be empowered to make more positive diapering choices. Kelly also is a green living promoter and social media marketer.
Kelly was previously known by her peers as the founder and owner of and, two popular online cloth diapering stores. In the summer of 2010, Kelly decided to turn her business over to new owners and pursue her advocacy passion full-time, without dealing with the day-to-day pressures of running a multi-million dollar business.
Kelly has personally been honored with a Congressional Award from Maine Senator, Olympia Snowe, who also is a ranking member of the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship. The Congressional Award recognized Kelly for her success as a leading entrepreneur in Maine. Kelly also founded blog, which was recognized as a “finalist” for “Blog of the Year” by the Stevie Awards for Women in Business in 2010.
While Kelly is an advocate for diapering change, she has dedicated a lot of her energy supporting causes important to her cloth diaper passion and to her personal life. She champions awareness for organizations like the Cloth Diaper Foundation, Real Diaper Association, Cloth for the Coast and the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
Most importantly, Kelly is a mom to three children, Olivia, Hanz and Riley. She currently lives in Waterford, Maine, which she says is like stepping back in time with older homes that are nestled in rolling foot hills . Kelly spends her free time working on several cloth diapering advocacy projects, including her new book “Changing Diapers: A Hip Mom’s Guide to Modern Cloth Diapering“, loves gardening, and consults with other entrepreneurs on their social media marketing efforts.

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