LolliDoo Diapers and The Real Diaper Association Join Forces to Protect Fannies

GGSI, Creators of LolliDoo® Diapers, Joins The Real Diaper Association. Non-Profit Educates Parents on Cloth Diapers.
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Sept. 19, 2008 - PRLog -- Go Green Sustainable Industries, LLC, makers of LolliDoo® Diapers ( has added their voice to the call for revolution…the cloth diaper revolution.  Founding Partners, Melissa Morgan and Alison Manes, feel The Real Diaper Association’s (  mission is perfectly in line with their bottom line—they both want to put cloth on babies’ bottoms.

Morgan explains: “We feel that cloth diapers are better than disposable diaper products.   Whether they're ours or someone else's, they're the best diapering option.”  And Manes says: “We want to change the world, one butt at a time.”

The Real Diaper Association, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, provides support and education to parents all across the U.S. for the use of simple, reusable cloth diapers. The goal of the Real Diaper Association is to put more U.S. babies in cloth diapers. To do this they aim to create a cultural shift in understanding cloth diapers-their environmental impact, their ease of use, their accessibility, and their acceptability. The Association will help parents understand that cloth diapers are real diapers.

LolliDoo® Diapers are real cloth and they recently launched at the ABC Kids Expo in Las Vegas, September 3-11, 2008.  LolliDoo Diapers feature a unique
composition of completely sustainable materials that wick away moisture.  They are created from recycled, ultra-soft Ecospun® performance fleece.
They are:
•   FREE of Dioxin, Sodium Polyacrylate (absorbent gel), Tributyl-tin
                    (TBT), Polyurethane (PUL), chlorine and fragrance.
•   100% Machine washable and re-usable.
•   Not disposables. BTW, there is no way to dispose of a disposable.

About Go Green Sustainable Industries (GGSI), LLC
Born from their desire to use eco-friendly and safe diapers for their own
babies, Alison Manes and Melissa Morgan created GGSI and the
LolliDoo® line of re-usable, all-in-one cloth diapers. In the next few years,
the company plans to add other eco-friendly products and services that
focus on families and education. The founders are committed to ensuring
that all of their products are handcrafted in the USA with eco-friendly,
sustainable and ethically processed materials, and that all aspects of the
GGSI business are run with respect to minimizing environmental impact.
They are also developing a recycling program that allows consumers to
return the diaper to them at the end of its useful life, where they’ll feed it
into existing fiber recycling channels.

GGSI’s websites ( and
also offer a variety of informative articles, tips, resources/links and message
forums for the health and eco-conscious parent.

The Real Diaper Association is a collective non-profit organization in which parents and small businesses take the lead in creating a cultural shift to increase the use of simple, reusable cloth diapers. We connect current cloth diapering parents to the long history of cloth diapering. Cloth diapers are real diapers. The Association organizes local advocates and activists for cloth diapers through a member-supported resource center which plans campaigns, trains organizers, distributes educational information, supports local groups, and connects users to the U.S. Cloth Diaper industry. Local Real Diaper Circles reach users face-to-face with knowledge and tools to make cloth diapering accessible and acceptable to U.S. parents, who have the power to change the world one baby at a time.

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A revolutionary cloth, all-in-one diaper created with recycled plastic bottles. Eco-friendly, LolliDoo Diapers keep babies dry without chemicals. Unique composition of completely sustainable materials wick away moisture. Machine washable and re-usable.
Source:Anne Moratto
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