Green Bambino, the largest cloth diaper retailer in Oklahoma, has just gotten bigger. Earlier this month, Green Bambino moved to their new location, which is about three times larger than their previous location. The new store features a wide range of green products, everything from cloth diapers to organic shampoo. There is also an event area for baby showers and community meets, two play areas, an art gallery, and a classroom for eco-parenting classes.
Green Bambino says their philosophy is simple. “Making greener choices for your baby and your family should be simple. For some families, that means choosing organic cotton products, for others it means using clean-rinsing, phosphate-free laundry detergents. Some families, like ours, even choose to use reusable cloth diapers for their infants and toddlers. We’re here to show you how easy it is to incorporate environmentally sensitive changes to your life.”
Green Bambino’s big focus is on cloth diapers. “Cloth diapers have changed dramatically in the last ten years. Many are as thin as disposable diapers and go on and off the same way. Parents no longer need pins, plastic pants or toilet dunking,” said Green Bambino owner, Morgan Harris.
Cloth diapers are a great choice for environmentally friendly families, as well as families that just want to save some money. It’s estimated that you will pay $3,000 per child for disposable diapers, while you will only pay an estimated $500 per child for cloth diapers. Cloth diapers are easier and better than ever so now is the time to head over to Green Bambino and check them out. Don’t have children in diapers? Green Bambino has a wide range of items for everyone. They carry personal care products, reusable bags, waste-free lunch products, and more.
Green Bambino is open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and located at 5120 N. Shartel Ave. in Oklahoma City.
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Lisa Sharp is passionate about green living, organic food, animals, and natural medicine. She is an environmental activist, green living expert, and consultant. In addition to being the founder and editor of Green Oklahoma, Lisa has a green living blog, Retro Housewife Goes Green. You can follow Lisa on twitter @Retrohousewife5 and Facebook.
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