diaperkind

A Cloth Diaper Resource for New York City

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  • Shop

    Our shop is comprised of hand-picked and tested, responsibly made, and oftentimes local products that we think you'll love.

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  • FAQ

    For straightforward information on our service, home-laundering or deciding between the two, check out our Frequently Asked Questions below.

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  • Sign Up

    If you'd like to cloth diaper but find the prospect to be overwhelming, then consider us your one-stop low-fuss solution!

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New to Cloth Diapering?

  • Cloth Diapering 101
    Phone Consultation

    Come join us for a thorough breakdown of all things cloth diaper. We'll give you the lowdown on the many different styles to choose from, compare costs, and review the specifics of both home laundering and our service. The class will allow you to see in-person demos, touch and feel the different diaper brands and styles, and ask questions.

    Unable to attend a class? Perhaps a Phone Consultation will answer your questions.

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  • Support Group
    Mentor Program

    You are not on your own. All of us at DK live right here in NYC, so we share your (arm-laden, foot-swollen, sleep-deprived) steps. We have weekly Support Groups throughout the city and a Mentor Program comprised of seasoned DK families. Help is always available.

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  • Visit the Diaperkind Diaperhouse
  • About Us

    Diaperkind was founded in April 2009 by Sarah Edwards and Liz Turrigiano. After cloth diapering our own kids and home-laundering to do it, it's become our mission to make cloth diapering accessible and manageable for everyone.

    Our “Diaper House” has been built with you in mind. In addition to being diaper friendly, it's parent and kid friendly too! We'd love for you to come by and share some pie (Four and Twenty Blackbirds is next door!) while letting the kids run around and play...

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