Because green is in, more and more parents are going back to using cloth diapers on their kids instead of the disposable types. Pico Boo Baby, a family-owned business based in Dallas, is leading the way in the fabric diaper scene, with products that are both eco-friendly and stylish.
Owner and designer Leslie Pico explains that cloth diapers are better than disposables because the latter is basically paper that has been treated with chemicals. She adds that cloth diapers are also easier on the wallet, as regular diapers can cost between $1,800 and $2,400 over a three-and-a-half-year period. And that’s just for one child and does not include the cost of disposable wipes. Moreover, fabric diapers can be resold once your child outgrows them – something that can’t be done with disposables.
Pico Boo Baby is the first cloth diaper brand to offer a variety of attractive prints in large quantities, with organic materials sourced from the United States and other countries. Leslie and her family create each diaper by hand, as well as handle all other aspects of the company, truly making Pico Boo Baby a family business.