What happens when your daycare refuses to use cloth diapers? You’ve made the costly investment in all the gear, found the most efficient way to wash them, and heartily enjoyed the whole experience…until you have to go back to work and send baby to a sitter.
When we found out that our childcare center wouldn’t use cloth, it became part of our decision to switch. It actually had a policy prohibiting the use of cloth diapers! That daycare wasn’t a particularly good fit for Roscoe anyway, so it wasn’t a difficult choice. But what happens when you find the perfect care center for your child, except for the fact that cloth diapering isn’t accepted?
Rebecca’s daycare provider had never worked with cloth diapers before but was willing to give it a shot. Her sitter sends dirty diapers home in a wet bag and has been happy to find that using cloth diapers with Rebecca’s daughter has cut down on her overall garbage bill.
What has your experience been with cloth diapers at daycare? Have you found that specific types of care providers such as centers or in-home daycares are more willing to use cloth? Are daycare providers more willing to use certain types of cloth diapers like all-in-ones over prefolds? Please share your stories!